Sinuous spheres. Not only a reference to the three tondo paintings in this exhibition, and the viewer’s desire to walk in circles around all of these new works to figure out their geometry and catch their colour shifts, but also to the twisted globe on which we live.
“My compositions are getting more and more complicated,” Samara Adamson-Pinczewski says. “But you know what, life is complicated.” The challenges we face today are intense – socially, politically, environmentally, psychologically, metaphysically. Despite this, these new works by Adamson-Pinczewski are labours of love by an artist who is forever absorbing new information and exploring new ground.
The gallery is currently closed to the public, but visitors can arrange a physical viewing by appointment by calling the gallery. The exhibition can also be viewed online. View the exhibition here.