BERGMAN detail, Finite Volumes in Infinite Space, fabricated acrylic, seven 9cm cubes and two oblongs 9 x 5 x 9cm, 9 x 3 x 9cm 2014 image by Shannon Morris

A Slow Waltz Amarie Bergman

Date et heure du vernissage
Vendredi 7 décembre, 2018, 18:00

Sawtooth ARI
First Floor, 160 Cimitiere Street
Launceston TAS 7250

A provocative quote by Kazimir Malevich complemented with recent astrophysical theories about dark energy, dark matter and time are the origin of reductive work that centres on “a pure notion of infinity, given material form.” To present the tangible modality of reductive art in the 21st century, while simultaneously celebrating ‘codes’ of Malevich and astrophysics, equates to a metaphysical continuity.

A Slow Waltz, a site-specific and mostly white exhibition at Sawtooth Artist Run Initiative (ARI) in Launceston, follows Une Valse Lente, a similar but different version presented earlier this year at Abstract Project in Paris.

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