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Untitled (Black Bar), 2014

Black Glass
4 7/10 × 78 7/10 × 4 7/10 in
12 × 200 × 12 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Location
Wijnegem - Antwerp, Hong Kong
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Ann Veronica Janssens
British, b. 1956
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Adopting the visual languages of science and Minimalism, Ann Veronica Janssens’s work suggests that all perception is fragile at best. Creating installations, projections, immersive environments, urban interventions, and sculptures, Janssens explores the sensory experience of reality. Space, distribution of light, radiant color, and translucent or reflective surfaces all serve to reveal the instability of our perception of time and space. She explores properties of matter (gloss, lightness, transparency, fluidity) and physical phenomena (reflection, refraction, perspective, balance, waves) in order to destabilize ideas about materiality.

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Ann Veronica Janssens
British, b. 1956
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Adopting the visual languages of science and Minimalism, Ann Veronica Janssens’s work suggests that all perception is fragile at best. Creating installations, projections, immersive environments, urban interventions, and sculptures, Janssens explores the sensory experience of reality. Space, distribution of light, radiant color, and translucent or reflective surfaces all serve to reveal the instability of our perception of time and space. She explores properties of matter (gloss, lightness, transparency, fluidity) and physical phenomena (reflection, refraction, perspective, balance, waves) in order to destabilize ideas about materiality.

Untitled (Black Bar), 2014

Black Glass
4 7/10 × 78 7/10 × 4 7/10 in
12 × 200 × 12 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
Location
Wijnegem - Antwerp, Hong Kong
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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