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"This piece started with the collection ofpieces of wood found in various locations around the world over 10 years. The reason was the fascination of the time on the wood and at the same time the type of climate and environment in which they found themselves. There are woods that have been in the sea / beach for …

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Gabriela Albergaria uses photography, drawing, installations, and sculptures to explore the subject of gardens and trees, and their histories. In works such as Fictional Landscape… (2011), which fused drawings and prints into a fragmented snapshot of a garden, Albergaria transforms the natural world to reflect her own subjective experience of landscape. During a residency at the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, she produced Dead Tree (Waiting) (2010-), an installation consisting of a shingle oak buried up to the base of its crown and left to rot in situ.

Selected exhibitions
2019
Nature's Afterlives: Gabriela Albergaria and Jorge Otero-PailosSapar Contemporary
“…an adventure in which humans are only one kind of participant…”Galeria Vera Cortês
2017
Substance and IncreaseSapar Contemporary
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Repair / recover, 2010 / 2020

Wood sticks, sulfur free Plastiline
82 7/10 × 61 2/5 × 1 4/5 in
210 × 156 × 4.5 cm
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Lisbon
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"This piece started with the collection ofpieces of wood found in various locations around the …

Medium
Certificate of authenticity
Included

Gabriela Albergaria uses photography, drawing, installations, and sculptures to explore the subject of gardens and trees, and their histories. In works such as Fictional Landscape… (2011), which fused drawings and prints into a fragmented snapshot of a garden, Albergaria transforms the natural world to reflect her own subjective experience of landscape. During a residency at the University of Oxford Botanic Garden, she produced Dead Tree (Waiting) (2010-), an installation consisting of a shingle oak buried up to the base of its crown and left to rot in situ.

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