I had a rather cultural tuesday. Going to the Saatchi Gallery and discover this great exhibition PAPER .
thoses 2 first artists are my favourites.
I like the first one for this up to details collage of the interiors of those kitchens belonging to wives of different social categories. It does look like a doll house, you just removed the roof-lide, or like the familly left not a while ago, and just went in another room; It feels like playing SIMS, and having quite a curious eye on how those people lives.
"Dawn Clements’ works use drawing as a way to document and describe
durational experiences: watching a film, for instance. Employing a
painstaking precision of description and often writing notes directly
onto the paper, Clements uses the act of drawing as a parallel to
remembering: these are aides-memoires, attempts to hold transient
things in the mind. Like the tracking shots of cinema, they sweep
through interiors, gathering visual information, but by eliding the
human presence, abstract place and setting from their narrative
PS: I'm crap at writing so I'll rather quote.
Han Feng Floating City
Tracing paper (laser print) and fish tackle thread
Jodie Carey The Daily Mail - Arrangement One
Newspaper, stained blood, tea and coffee, wire, oasis, concrete urn
Marcelo Jácome Planos-pipas n17
Tissue paper, bamboo, fiberglass and cotton thread
Nina Katchadourian Lavatory Self-Portrait in the Flemish Style #4
Aurel Schmidt Body Swallows World
Pencil, colour pencil, acrylic on paper
Paul Westcombe Coffee Cups
Ry Fyan The Metropolitan Meth Silo
Acrylic and ink on panel
amazing tree cut out of well-know brand shopping bag . So delicate.
Site Specific Oil Installation: 1987, used sump oil and steel, dimensions variable
srtiking installation, especialy as you arrived in the space you're not sure if the floor is a mirror apart from the strong and powerful odour of oil.
"Richard Wilson is one of Britain's most celebrated
sculptors. He is known for his interventions in architectural space which
draw heavily for their inspiration from the worlds of engineering and
construction and are characterised by concerns with size and structural