We see by the grace of light.
In the interplay between light and matter, our view of the world is formed. How light interacts with our surroundings, illuminates and colours what we see.
Imagine our minds as prisms, refracting the myriad of radiating colours that flow in through our eyes. We don’t just see objects – we witness the rebounding of light, shaping our internal world like coloured rays seeping into Plato’s Cave. These internal reflections can transcend time, projecting radiant memories.
Through the interplay of textured glass and colour, Internal Reflection presents an ethereal landscape of monolithic functional objects, lighting and artwork. Beyond the first impression, the artists strive to make work that evokes internal reflection, with the aim to colour perception with hope, optimism and empathy.
Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert presents Internal Reflection by Rive Roshan, the first Australian solo exhibition by the Amsterdam based artists Ruben de la Rive Box and Golnar Roshan.