Thursday January 17, 2013
Clouds hang in London gallery
You wouldn't call this exhibition fluff, but some of the subject matter certainly is light.
These cloud images are the work of Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde, who used a fog machine to create the series.
Called "The Uncanny" the exhibition features two emerging artists, Smilde and Adeline de Monseignat.
It draws on each one's relationship with their materials and the ways in which they create a sense of unease for the viewer by using the familiar out of context.
De Monseignat calls her figures "creaptures", a cross between sculptures and creatures.
"The Uncanny" was organized by independent curator, James Putnam and will run in London's Ronchini Gallery until February the 16th.-Reuters