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Hamish Morrison Galerie is delighted to announce its third exhibition by the Spanish artist Nuria Fuster (*1978). The exhibition features new sculptures\, photography and wo rks on paper.

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For several years Fuste r has been assembling chaotic graceful sculptures of found everyday objects \, discarded by a society too busy and no longer capable of fixing or resto ring them. A barrage of objects\, colours and textures\, once-loved beds\, clothes\, cupboards and broken doorways are brought together to begin a new existence\, both familiar yet fresh and surprising. Within her assemblages \, Fuster explores and kneads the small spaces between the separate worlds of brutality and elegance\, chaos and order\, functionality and dysfunction ality\, generating new connections with different “words”. Various dialogue s ensue between the pictorial experiences\, the physical qualities of the m aterials she uses and the meaning these objects play in her domestic surrou ndings and within society.

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“To observ e the rawness of a surface\, its nature\, its complexity\, an infinity of i nvisible creases crowded into an apparent smooth and slippery plane\, is a metaphor for the vastness of the reality faced by humans. The Deleuzian fol d\, "within a fold there another fold" is also present in many of my works through textiles.” Fuster’s choice of materials is directly related to the knowledge of the material and its ability to change and also its ability to change our perception.

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“Beuys’ sculp ture opened the concept of the pure construction of human thought. From the re it is possible to create sculpture in infinitely different ways. My work s explore other ways of practicing sculpture and my love of materiality. It is the protagonist and as such\, in some ways defines the result.”

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In this exhibition Fuster utilises wind and heat\, subjecting the materials to “accidental” actions in a process beyond the artist’s control. For Fuster\, what comprise these sculptures are not only the physical materials\, but also the air and the altered position in space. This philosophy is also echoed in her new series of graphic works en titled Planarios. These images are the result of scanning three-di mensional objects. The scanner records the edge and any direct contact with the screen but is also able to record the air and the light which interfer es with the volume of the object. This third dimension is flattened by the same image plane\, condensing three dimensions into two\, but the air\, unf ocused parts\, light and height remain. As such the piece does not abandon its sculptural nature.

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Nuria Fuster w as born in 1978 and since 2012 has been based in Berlin. She studied Fine A rts in Rome and Madrid and has completed her PhD. She has participated in n umerous exhibitions in Spain as well as internationally\, in Germany\, Fran ce\, Italy and the United States. She is a scholar of the Fundación Marceli no Botín. Her work is included in numerous catalogues\, and featured in Fra ncesca Gavin’s 100 New Artists book published in 2011.

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DTEND:20130309 DTSTAMP:20140420T181701 DTSTART:20130125 GEO:52.50278;13.39072 LOCATION:Hamish Morrison Galerie\,Friedrichstraße 232 \nBerlin\, 10969 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:When Someone Melts a Menhir\, Nuria Fuster UID:255527 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130125T200000 DTSTAMP:20140420T181701 DTSTART:20130125T180000 GEO:52.50278;13.39072 LOCATION:Hamish Morrison Galerie\,Friedrichstraße 232 \nBerlin\, 10969 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:When Someone Melts a Menhir\, Nuria Fuster UID:255528 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR