Opening reception with the artist Thursday, November 15, 6 – 8pm
“In her second show with the gallery, Delphine Burtin brings together four new bodies of work, all visual explorations using forms found in nature such as harvested plants or a subject as essential as folded paper. Burtin presents us with photographic work that is a study around the object: it’s geometry and the space it inhabits, forcing us to question our relationship to the tangible. The artist’s treatment of her subject in muted light, decomposed space and the loss of time creates a visual pun where the elements of the “real” only emerge in the final image. The invisible nature of the photographed subject becomes the final protagonist, our minds are lost in the reality the artist gives us. We recompose the object following the visual breakdown she presents. Burtin goes beyond the creation of the image. She looks to the sculptural dimension as her building blocks and the experience of the viewer as the final touchstone between the constructed interior world: the picture space and its’ relationship to an objective reality.”
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