Cadogan presents their Summer Exhibition. This exhibition brings together the work of Mimi Jung (b. Seoul, South Korea and living and working in Montana) and Perla Krauze (b. Mexico City), two artists with unique approaches to traditional craft methods. The exhibition is a collaboration between Cadogan and Galería Hilario Galguera from Mexico City, curated by Freddie Burness and Georgina Pounds.
Mimi Jung redefines the traditional practice of weaving, experimenting with intricate new techniques while exploring the medium’s potential for self-expression. Jung investigates the way people continuously negotiate space within and between themselves. Jung’s work examines multiple dimensions of identity and self-preservation, particularly relating to private and public self-representation and the ways these depictions are manifested through social and cultural mores.
Perla Krauze works with a number of materials from lead, clay and water to stone. Using graphite frottages from stones and pavements and engraved volcanic rocks from El Pedregal, her paintings are abstract topographies and mappings. Stone is a fundamental material in her practice; linked to memory and durability,