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A series of paintings of flat concrete landscapes stretch out across a gallery – 40 metres of grey expanses – with no indication of where that landscape might be. Inspired by directors like Werner Herzog, David Lynch and Andrei Tarkovsky, Gisele Camargo, the artist of the exhibition 'Falsa Espera' has positioned the paintings as if they were a film storyboard – blocky, flat-planed and giving little away. Focusing on an ‘expressive minimalism’, in her own words, Camargo considers the physical space of the gallery equally as important as the space she is trying to represent within us – the 'inner space' we search for.
By Alexis Sogl
Date 15 Jun 2012-12 Jul 2012
Open 11am-7pm Tue-Fri; 11am-5pm Sat.
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