Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Core Gallery, in London, has a new show, If You Don’t Like the Road You Are Walking, Start Paving Another One, featuring the work of Sarah Gilbert.
[M]y intention is different from entertainment or communication because it doesn’t serve for needs, I am driving my work to a dimension Heidegger calls ‘an unusual space’, a freed space, ‘clearing a space larger than the typical space’. To approach this particular space, I make an effort of presence of the work, by presence I mean density of manifestation, how to increase the presence (charisma) of the shape shown in its relation with the world (the wall and the space of exhibition, the light, the viewers).
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