In a confrontation with our experience of place, space, ourselves and the perceptions of our environment, Rachel Wrigley and Zuzanna Suchon use the medium of paper in their practices, challenging their materials in a creation of re-imaginings and alterations.
Both artists work with composition, structure, symmetry and perspective, yet drawing their inspiration from converging ideas. While Rachel Wrigley investigates architecture and space as a moveable, impermanent fixture, re-visualising interiors, household objects and spaces, Zuzanna is influenced highly by music, spirituality, symbolism and mysticism, creating new patterns and illusions.
Despite their differences, both artists show how, through the expression of thought and creativity, the mind is able to wander, aiding emotional clarity and freedom of thought. In the search for another place or form, the artists in this show express that inner desire to escape the reality of the modern world and break into other boundaries, investigating unique and evolving dimensions.
An exhibition curated by Leana Lovell Gardner and Mariaelena Soligo.
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