woensdag 20 februari 2008

Louise Hopkins

Louise Hopkins re-shapes the surface of things: consciously interweaving paint into and out of a pre-existing object, evolving it into something entirely new, while at the same time, retaining the resonance of what lies beneath. Whether painting across furnishing fabric, sheet music, maps, or newspapers, Hopkins creates a meticulously controlled interplay of contradictions: between erasure and exposure, beauty and ugliness, love and loss, language and meaning.
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