COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION
1ST JULY 2022

FLOATING DIMENSIONS

COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION

With the exhibition floating dimensions, MACADAM gallery is glad to present a unique variety of work exposing rare and volatile figures, floating through dimensions. In their presence, the viewer is thrown to a new world of exciting sensations, blurring the boundaries of time and visual representation.

Floating dimensions is proud to show the latest works of Jaime Poblete, the new member of the Macadam artists family. They are exclusive forms who meditate on the surface and its opening towards space. The artist creates shapes that affect the boundaries of the form and the plasma, giving life to images that persist like reverberation. Then, the exhibition displays brand-new Totems and Rayons from Thomas Devaux, where figurative sources are turned into abstract dimensions. In these works, reflects and colors are uniquely influenced and changing through lighting and colors.

In Floating dimension, the public will be exposed to a wide variety of floating figures. From the famous Moreno’s floating favelas, to Oli-B sensual rounded forms and Urbanski’s levitating shapes. Thanks to his meticulous work with geometric abstraction and an impressive research around color, Urbanski creates vibrant and moving images that seem to levitate within their frame. This exhibition also has the pleasure to expose the latest uncommon and curious creature of Jan Kalab, with the pieces Jungle Void 222 and Melted Red Ameba 1021, which challenges the classical canvas painting into a three-dimensional artwork. On another side, the artist Katy Ann Gilmore, who will present a solo show in September 2022 at the gallery, proposes a new volatile sensation from her dexterity in the use of mathematics and geometry for artistic purposes. Finally, the figuration libre of TOMA-L, created through a wild use of materials, represents strange creatures evolving in a unique and strong flow of energy.

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  • EXHIBITION : 01.07.2022 > 21.09.2022
  • EXHIBITION : 01.07.2022 > 21.09.2022