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Through the use of LEDs and fluorescent tubes IvanovStoeva use, distort and orient the medium of light to represent the horizon abstractly. The horizon determines a point between movement and gaze, perception and action, the understanding of space and the subject’s outwardness.

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“Every perception is a communication”: IvanovStoeva and the Power of the Horizon
By Vincent Marquis

“The thing is inseparable from a person perceiving it”, Maurice Merleau-Ponty wrote in his seminal work, The Phenomenology of Perception, more than seventy years ago. The object, in other words, is never ‘complete’ in itself, for it is constantly positioned in relation to the body and gaze of a …

“Every perception is a communication”: IvanovStoeva and the Power of the Horizon
By Vincent Marquis

“The thing is inseparable from a person perceiving it”, Maurice Merleau-Ponty wrote in his seminal work, The Phenomenology of Perception, more than seventy years ago. The object, in other words, is never ‘complete’ in itself, for it is constantly positioned in relation to the body and gaze of a subject who interprets and understands it. In this sense, objects and the spaces they inhabit are not fixed, but rather evolve and take on specific significances according to the experiences of the …

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Art Mûr
Montreal

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5826 St-Hubert
Montreal, Quebec, CA
Monday, Sunday, Closed
Tuesday–Wednesday, 10am–6pm
Thursday–Friday, 12pm–7pm
Saturday, 12pm–5pm