Galerie Wenger

Mühlebachstrasse 12 CH-8008, Zürich 043 211 30 33

info@remove.me @galeriewenger.com

www.galeriewenger.com

 

 


I’m inspired by architectural constructs, and how simple lines can construct perspectives, helping us to solidify (or question) our ideas about the space we inhabit. Lines recede to a vanishing point, converging and depicting perceived depth where it does not exist physically. I’m not trying to trick the viewer, but ultimately hope to pique interest in our interpretations of what lies in our visual field. Shifts in your viewpoint skew the lines and create alternate interpretations of what’s happening around you, allowing for a phenomenological perspective.

In this recent work, I’ve been exploring small shapes congregating together, creating a larger composition. They each obey their own physical laws, either following a particular vanishing point or being “folded” in a specific fashion. When placed together, these shapes construct a galaxy of forms.
– Katy Ann Gilmore, 2020

Katy Ann Gilmore
Catenary Skew 7
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Catenary Skew 8
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 25
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 30
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 32
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 37
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 36
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 29
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 38
2020, Acrylic on dibond.
Katy Ann Gilmore
Fold 42
2020, Acrylic on dibond.