Thursday, 2 November 2017

Thursday 2nd November: White Cube, Bermondsey














As I'm interested in colour and light in art I visited the Bermondsey White Cube to see the current exhibition of Ann Veronica Janssens, which is her first solo show in the UK.  With this tri-colour lamp “Reggae Colour” from “Dichoric Projection” she exposes how different coloured lights can create charged atmospheres, specific perceptual effects or psychological moods.  In the same room are equally cosmic works including a floor of scattered iridescent glitter and two large holographic coated, shattered panes of glass.  In addition to this are a gold leaf venetian blind and Aquarium with an optical illusion of a floating layer of blue pigment.  
I've also snuck in a few other images to give insight to other artists on show in the adjacent rooms including Cerith Wyn Evans 9X9X9 neon sculpture and Dami├ín Ortega's "Coliseum: Diagram of Time" concrete blocks.




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