Curated by Natalie Bell, Assistant Curator, the exhibition traces the artist’s interest in the sculptural practice.
Her works, whether they be installations or sculptures, allude to a history of spiritual, medicinal, or funerary practices, as well as contemporary methods of sensory appeal.
- : Elaine Cameron-Weir, a terrestrial sediment melted by hypervelocity impacts from outerspace, most fell on Bohemia, molten, forming strange shapes and solidifying bottle green like the eyes of a gorgon, 2014 (detail). Stainless steel, sterling silver, laboratory clamps, and carved moldovite, dimensions variable. Courtesy Rodolphe Janssen