UNTITLED I (SHAFT)
by Tessa Mo
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Curator Annelien Bruins says:
"This work is eery and realistic at the same time. The coldness of the mine shaft depicted suggests alienation but put into context this work is simply a part of everyday life. "
UNTITLED I (SHAFT)
The SHAFT series explores the notion of transitional space and suspension of time, using the mine site as a metaphor. The visual ambiguity is derived from macro photographs of everyday objects. As a result, the paintings exist in the territory between realism and abstraction, the banal and the uncanny.
London Based artist Tessa Mo's work explores the notion of vertical transport. Her paintings are based on themes of weightlessness, awareness of existence and the idea of transcendence. The visual ambiguity of her work exists in the polarization between the abstract and the real, where doorways, openings and holes signify an entrance into another, altered reality.
Tessa graduated from London's Wimbledon College of Art in 2011. A winner of the Clyde & Community Award, Tessa's work has been featured in Solo and Group Shows across the UK.
Product DetailsTypeOriginal ArtMediumPaintingStyleAbstractSubjectAbstractYear2011Size30.0cm x 40.0cm x 3.8cmReady to hangYesSignedYesMaterialsOil on Canvas
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