Josef Albers has said that 'what counts is seeing\, coupled with fantasy\, with imagination'. A widely renowned color-theorist and artist\, Albers finds that slight shifts in pe rception\, color\, and perspective can result in significant change in rece ption and meaning\, a heightened sensitivity to reality\, and stimulation t o a previously unchallenged sense of awareness. Taking this as a starting p oint\, the work exhibited further takes cues from meaning\, language\, and communication\, the exhibition projects a series of views of the world as i ndefinable\, in-flux\, and in some instances\, entirely void of meaning\, o r playful.


Mysteries brings togeth er nine international artists who challenge reality to arrive at new modes of communication and meaning through the perspectives in their work. Each d econstructs and re-shapes his or her surroundings and reality through the p rocess of art-making\, offering a vision of the ordinary as something altog ether extraordinary. 

DTEND:20111002 DTSTAMP:20161027T051956 DTSTART:20110901 GEO:51.5269013;-0.0892059 LOCATION:Beers London\,1 Baldwin Street \nLondon\, EC1V 9NU SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Mysteries\, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori\, Tim Bailey\, James Clarkson\, Aiden Doherty\, Scott Everingham\, Selma Parlour\, Charlie Penrose\, Tine Semb\, Uygur Yilmaz UID:198419 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR