Would you like to meet and chat with the artists about their work? Join us for an artists' talk at Lubov with two of the artists on view, Heather Anne Halpert & Anastasia Kolas. They will be discussing where their inspirations come from, and how it translates into their work.
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Inset brings together three independent works by Heather Anne Halpert, Ruth Höflich and Anastasia Kolas, each tuning to the malleability of a produced environment. Awareness tracks with a delay, while the senses are ordered, solidified by unseen forces into habits of subtle leveling and filtering, on repeat.
Peripheral, embedded, glimpse at a glance: Inset is a lopsided diptych in a room, video wraparound as sculpture dressed up to audition for a play in three parts. The play bill promises a dramatic reenactment of pre-set, side-effect and agency. Roger Caillois describes dissymmetry as the accidental cut or break in an established symmetry. It is by definition transient, a moment of change into something new. Strung together across two channels, the video works invite the viewers to revisit their daily entanglement within the visual and sensory flow.