Order is a perceived notion, it is seeked but never truly achieved as nature and life depend on change and movement. Much like weeds growing out of concrete, wherever we establish a sense of form and confinement, we are bound to face its erosion, seduced by alien dispositions. In Amorous Delineations, the artists look to discern, digest, and delineate the complexities of their surroundings into clear structures and refined compositions. While Jing Hu’s chaos becomes a harmonious dialogue between bright colours and free-floating lines, Albert Ruiz uses space and geometry with a beautifully tamed configuration. Oskar Glemme, on the other hand, steps back to look at human isolation in a magnetic study of light, landscape, and people. And finally, Victoria breaks down everyday objects, signs and human interactions into infographical designs and semiotic instructions to show the elusive nature of things.
Text and curation by Tara Aghdashloo