Allouche Gallery, New York
Reinoud Oudshoorn begins his process by staring at an empty, white surface — be it a blank piece of paper or a rolling cloud — and seeing what imaginary forms emerge. He develops these potential shapes into scant sculptures made from iron and glass that hint at potential windows, portals, shadows and infinite space. All of Oudshoorn’s works feature the same vanishing point, at roughly 1.65 meters, colluding to alert the viewer to the invisible world waiting perpetually, just out of view. His sculptures become humble arrows alerting viewers to it.