A point is immeasurably small. It is a spot in a vacuum without length or width. As soon as there are two points, they assume a position relative to one another. They can communicate with each other through the line that connects them. The introduction of the necessary third point allows the creation of a two-dimensional figure: a complex playing field of possibilities. Three points form a figure with length and width. The points can each be sources; give color, shadow or illuminate the field. This exhibition shows three artists who have never been shown in the gallery but connect to the wheelhouse of the gallery. One artist starts from a point, the other from a line, the third from a plane. All three artists are ‘makers’: with great passion they develop new meaning through their creation process.
We thank Niek Hendrix, the curator of this exhibition, for making this exhibition possible and bringing these artists to our attention.
The reveal of the ‘Silver Safety Shoe’ sculpture for ‘What remains needs to be seen’ by Maurice Meewisse will also find place on July 13, 2019 around 3 PM.