Planes of Flow
The exhibition is an allusion to the idea of 'impossible objects', two-dimensional geometrical figures representing a projection of a three-dimensional object which is in reality impossible, as it suffers from distortions and breaks from other view-points. Such as an example is the 'Apolinère Enameled', a 1916 advertisement painted by Marcel Duchamp which depicts a girl painting a bed-frame with white enamel paint, including conflicting perspective lines that produce an unfeasible realisation of such, and where a piece of the frame is missing.
4 April 2015
Windsor, Antique and Modern Furniture
261 New Cross Road
SE14 5UQ London