The works shown in the exhibition Paperboats reveal and conflate formal and mental dichotomies. They express, on the one hand, a drive to come up with an articulate form, a need for an order of (geometric) composition and, on the other hand, feelings of the void appearing under one’s feet, of insecurity, alienation and disappearance. It is physical presence or absence (the human body and face, often fragmented or concealed), the relation of body to personality or to its surroundings that is being interpreted in various ways; next to the objectified (rearranged, re-composed, scrutinized) human figures, the presented objects and landscapes gain an anthropomorph reading.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)