Fatima Garzan’s multidisciplinary art practice includes painting, printmaking, and site-specific installation. Garzan combines decorative and geometric patterns found in Persian art and modifies them towards abstraction.
'Even the continents have no place but earth' is an installation of contiguous prints and paper sculptures which disrupt scale, develop new relationships, and facilitate a metamorphosis of materials.
Botanique is part of an ongoing body of work that explores Stewart’s long fascination with utopian architecture, the early history of photography and notions of archiving and collecting.
Beyond Statistics: The Artifacts of Inflation continues Heather Thomson’s visual and historical research into Papiermarks, the notoriously volatile currency used in Germany following World War I.
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