The artists participating in this exhibition all deal with marks in a way that acknowledges materiality as a component of larger wholes. Rather than defining ideas in conceptual, and thereby exclusive terms, the ambition of the exhibition is to unify the exhibited works through their visual parallels, granting the ideas inhabiting each work equal attention. This notion therefore begins to form a territory of seamless aesthetics that cultivates the ideas of history, memory, surface and landscape with which the artists are concerned. The title Seamless Territories is thereby a recognition of the idea of a territory as the definition of an outside and inside that fosters a device for inclusion and exclusion. The word seamless seeks to comment on the visual relationship between the exhibited works by way of their reliance on mark-making as a means of expression.
Goia Mujalli, b. 1985, Brazil.
Sif Nørskov, b. 1992, Denmark.
Vanessa da Silva, b. 1976, Brazil.