‘Dissolution of the Rectangle’

Redgate Gallery London 2009

At first glance, the spectator is confronted with a geometrically analytical approach to form and colour, and a shattering of the object into geometrical sharp-edged angular pieces. On closer inspection Sagman’s work reveals a very methodical, yet poetic and lyrical reconstruction of objects into intricately made 2-dimensional assembled paintings. Instead of an image of the external world the viewer is given a world of its own, analogous to nature but built along different principles.

Sagman aims to reproduce different perspectives or forms simultaneously, as they might be seen through her mind’s eye. Her work attempts to imitate the mind’s power to abstract and synthesize its different impressions of the world into new ‘wholes’.

Redgate Gallery London 2009

 

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