The exhibition aims to establish a dialogue between photographers Paul Clemence and Julien Spiewak. The works chosen for this exhibition deal with perception of space inside and outside international museums. The components of architecture and Interiors are explored in both artist’s practices inviting for the reflection about not only the role of museums but how aesthetics influence our appreciation of their collections. Clemence highlights Architecture’s intangible and elusive qualities through personal perceptions of the built landscape in its forms and scales, such as buildings, cities, and interiors. Whether the texture of a wall, or an intricate structural detail, a street corner, or a light moment revealing the expansive quality of a room, Clemence’s work informs in new ways the sense of experiential aesthetics in time and space. Spiewak works explore the occupation of space with furniture and objects and how they engage with the human body. He produces staged images where interiors and body parts intersect in relation to the history of buildings, its furniture and its previous occupants. By placing an unexpected body part in his frame, the photographer...
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