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2019 Luminous Void

EXHIBITIONS: Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert
27 September – 3 November 2019


Planet earth is surrounded by the most theatrical of backdrops-a magical display ofinfinitude in whose darkness the lights of dying stars reach us millions of light years from their original source. Such drama of exploding stars and gaseous infernos eventually fades and expires, morphing finally into something else, somewhere else. Artists and philosophers alike have drawn inspiration from the magnitude of the heavens and the esoteric nature of time and here in Luminous Voidwe seesometiny threads of their influence in the intensity of colors, the layered darkened backgrounds and the evolving, shifting forms and shapes. The cosmos is an alluring, beckoning subject.