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Christina Mackie

Colour drop
April 27 – June 29, 2014

 
Christina Mackie
Colour drop, 2014
Installation View
Courtesy of the artist and Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver; Herald St., London; and Supportico Lopez, Berlin
 
Christina Mackies practice is empirical, reliant on observation but prompted by personal reflection and a curiosity for the natural world. Her exhibition at the Renaissance Society will include large-scale sculptures, glass and ceramic works, a series of indented wooden panels, and an arrangement of found and natural objects. Central to the exhibition is color: the production and consumption of color, and the association of color and action. Mackie uses color as a meaning to make intention visible, as a conceptual tool and ancient human device.

 

   
   
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