This exhibition revolves around the evolving concepts of silence associated with ecological and environmental changes: artists look at the existence of silence from the perspective of ideas, ideologies and understandings, of its strong presence at the core of our landscapes.
The presence of the abstract and the transient, both elements of silence, are unearthed and expressed as an unscathed presence in landscapes. This is then translated into the existence of life itself, all of which are inextricably woven into a daring and vivid presentation through art. As creativity rests in the centre of the unspoken, an intangible occurrence of the real, there is the explanation of how landscapes and all things living finally, and eventually, end in the silence of eternal consciousness.
- Gabriela Garcia-Luna, On the way to Newfoundland, 2011