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It's at it's last days: post war design at the Design Museum in London
Fiona Morley's intricate work expands drawing into a three-dimensional realm. Her use of flat emulsion paint contrasts and accentuates the three-dimensional effect of the wire, the depth of the work appears to change with differing levels and angles of light cast upon it, creating movement from the shadows cast from the wire.
'My work explores human expression, form and relationships between individuals and within the crowd. Having studied drawing and sculpture, I found wire the ideal medium to take the drawn line off the page into 3-dimensional space. Using wire, the definition of form comes as much from the voids and shadows as from the material itself. Human expression and form is complex, fleeting and fragile. The web-like weave of wire, shadow and space attempts to communicate this nature. The resulting wire characters combine the ghostly and ethereal with the comic and cartoon.' Fiona Morley.
Born in 1977, living in NY, exhibitions and publications since 2000.
Rémi will present part of his work at the next party. The art room is born.
He had an exposition at ZSenne, who we thank for their fine collaboration.
Read and see a lot more about him here
Fred Martin will show two of his charcoal works we saw recently and several video performances on big screen in the Blue Room that can be viewed from a mezzanine.
This one "L'écorché" will not be shown but gives an idea: