In sight

“In sight” is the first result of the ongoing visual researching project “quiet abundance” on the concepts of asymmetry and imbalance. It is a site specific installation of paintings in a visually charged room, creating dialogs between the real space and its painted representations. It experiments with visual disruptions and tests the limits between pleasure and discomfort resulting from this perceptions. 
In the bunker space at Culterim Gallery the idea was to emphasise the given friction between all layers of former uses by bringing to light some of its characteristics and blending the art interventions in a camouflage approach. Some paintings are placed next to the original situation, some are playing with repetition, and others are installed across the room, mirroring reality. 
Using visual errors and breaking the logic of appearance, the project attempts to challenge the expectations of beauty.