artists & participants
Sadie Benning, Abigail DeVille, Nina Hoffmann & Ulrike Müller
curator: Dean Daderko
Vogt Gallery is pleased to present Reflecting Abstraction and to announce the grand opening of the gallery. The inaugural exhibition is curated by Dean Daderko and features work by Sadie Benning, Abigail DeVille, Nina Hoffmann and Ulrike Müller.
"REFLECTING ABSTRACTION" CURATOR'S TALK, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 6:30 PM
Curator Dean Daderko opens up the conversation about his show "REFLECTING
ABSTRACTION" to the public. Please join us for a lively discussion.
Clarice Lispector said “the smallest piece of a mirror is always the whole mirror.” Is it also true that the smallest piece of a body is always, somehow, the whole body?
The use of figural or anatomic references in a work of art can offer viewers the opportunity to imagine themselves or other bodies in a place that is otherwise undefined. This is a space of possibility, where new ways of being in the world can be experimented with, and where a body can be free of the limitations imposed on it.
…a body, the body, her body, your body…