Mary Corse: May 11 to June 23, 2018. Lisson Gallery London _ Between 1965 and 1968, her interest in creating space continued with a series of triangular column sculptures, wall-mounted constructions of painted wood and Plexiglas and electric light boxes.
The exhibition project “Mary Corse: A Survey in Light” is organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, in association with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art by Kim Conaty, Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawings and Prints with Melinda Lang, curatorial assistant.
Whether artists are exploring line, color, shape, and form or space, time, and motion or sight and perception, at one point they arrive to light as material or medium to be included in artistic reflection and concept, impartially if they are working in the analog or the digital sphere. This is a collection of traces that can feed a mind map to formulate questions of analysis and inquisitive perspectives to follow up the developments of natural, technical, and digital transformation of light rendering visible the world.
_ „Linien führen das Gedachte, ins Vergessene tropfen Spiegelungen, der Erkenntnis im Natürlichen begegnet sich selbst die Ergriffenheit der Strukturen, klärend zersplitternd die Kanten ins Weiß“ _ notierte Raika Dittmann 2016 neben ihren Zeichnungen, da studierte sie schon zwei Jahre an der Hochschule für Bildende Künste Saarbrücken bei Daniel Hausig. Sie wollte Malerei studieren.
_ In the mid-1960s, a loosely affiliated cadre of artists based in Southern California including Robert Irwin, James Turrell, and Doug Wheeler — frustrated by the limitations of abstract painting — turned their attention away from the creation of conventional art objects and towards sensory perception itself.
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