The House in the Trees
Working predominantly in ink, the New York-based artist explores potential architectures of the subconscious and how images, objects and memory are intertwined to conjure complex and spiritual spaces. In her latest exhibition, she showcases 8 intricate drawings on paper that highlight the haunting symmetries and embedded narratives within labyrinthian environments, prompting reflection on the human psyche and the relationship with space and time.
Juxtaposing Eastern and Western artifacts, the artist’s works create an enchanting yet unsettling atmosphere. Viewers are invited to traverse mesmerising rooms filled with intricate details, where diverse cultural elements evoke a sense of abundance and immersion in confined spaces. This ‘architecture on paper’ journey entices viewers to experience a contradictory blend of awe and unease.