Saint Cloche’s newest exhibition, Up-Aspect-Down, is impressed by ambigrams: artwork kinds involving phrases which can be readable from a couple of perspective.
‘They work like visible illusions, revealing surprising new messages with every amalgamation,’ says Saint Cloche founder and curator Kitty Clark. ‘With each exhibition, I try to present artwork a singular voice and visible language.’
Kitty determined to make use of this open-ended idea as the inspiration for a brand new group present. She approached artists Minna Leunig, Monique Robinson and Lana Launay, figuring out every would deliver one thing dynamic in their very own medium that would ‘mirror the relationships inside and round us.’
Regardless of the artists’ differing mediums of portray, ceramics and sculpture, they share an analogous power. Whereas Minna’s summary work depict playful and daring silhouettes of crops and animals, Monique’s tactile sculptures additionally tackles ideas of the pure world by her follow, LOCKERROOM.
‘Gentle and shadow comes throughout very strongly in each Minna and Monique’s works. Their distinctive mark-makings highlighted in the precise gentle virtually intensified the power of their works,’ Kitty explains.
These themes prompted Kitty to succeed in out to sculptor and artisan Lana Launay, who works with sustainable and pure supplies in her intricately handwoven objects of sunshine. Up-Aspect-Down options Lana’s first sculptural works, the place she experiments with form, gentle, and scale throughout the formal context of inside life and its limitations.
Collectively, Minna, Monique and Lana’s work kinds a poetic dance impressed by the occasions, the cyclical rhythms of life and nature, and a permanent serenity with an abundance of sunshine and heat.
See Up-Aspect-Down for your self at Saint Cloche from July 20-31.
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