Minute ink lines meander across a vast canvas covered in a brownish ochre wax. Blades of green grasses over cross each other and are sewn into the paper. Threads of willow and raw silk are interwoven and crisscrossed creating organic shapes. Ceramic fragments are juxtaposed emerging as topographies.
Cultures cross each other, Japanese, Argentinean, Korean, British. Artists bring their own lines and cross-reference them with art from the past and other cultures. In Gomez Centurion’s works, there is a homage to Hokusai and his 36 views from Mount Fuji. A reference to the crossing of the Andes and liberation of Argentina, Chile and Peru. Lines + Crossings invites the viewer to a walk delineated by ink, pencil, threads and more, conjuring a journey through time and materials.