25 Mai – 30 June 2012
Strawberry Fields forever.Nothing is real and nothing to get hung about.Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see…
The Βeatles (Strawberry Fields Forever)
The lyrics of the song are accompanying mentally the browsing through time ( Transition is called by Nicole Lychnou ) .
Sensations-Procedure -Techniques, all unfold as the works are hung on the walls of Chili Art Gallery, where Nicole will be exhibiting from 25 May to 30 June 2012 .
Indeed living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see. , life which artists convert into a myth -this is actually their job- and recompose with material from the past, the present and the future.
The artist describes herself:
Works of wood or thread, collage with paper or sandpaper are collected and exhibited under the title TRANSITION.
Events, landscapes, figures, shapes and conditions are whispering what life is made of. Her works are illusion as well as wondering.
The artist writes for this project:
“The transition of creativity from one module to another shaped works from materials and style : wood, saw , and paints , paper, glue and sandpaper , and later the cardboard, threads and marker serve different purposes:The integrity of form in wood freezes movement and creates tension by giving a snapshot. The thread from flexible can become willful by repeating or stretching. Sandpaper can add volume and playfulness in a collage. The uniform color or the strokes of the brush change the form and sensibility of the project.This adventure through the materials indicates the curiosity and the search for a result that is closer to the individual need for expression and communication. The form must meet the content.In the passage of time, the transition from one style to another has had a complementary effect . The wood has produced a skein of thread, which has been used to demonstrate volume. The thread, in turn, has changed the wooden forms and collage. This interaction has created a coupling in contemporary works, one final ( ?) transition.” Nicole Lychnou
curated by jenny tsoumpri