Charlotte Moth: Seeing while Moving
In her first US solo exhibition, Charlotte Moth (b. 1978, Carshalton, UK, lives and works in Paris) trains her gaze on architecture, the buildings and spaces we occupy, and the mundane objects housed within them. The artist’s collection of analog photographs taken during her travels, which she calls the Travelogue, serves as a source for many of her works in sculpture and installation.
International ongoing exhibitions
In Noting Thoughts (2011), Moth considers the relationship between image and text, as well as the fragmentary nature of memory itself. This group of tabletop assemblages consists of photographs and short text pieces marked by in-
Gwenneth Boelens: At Odds
Gwenneth Boelens (b. 1980 in Soest, NL, lives and works in Amsterdam) is concerned with perception, memory, and time. Her work in photography and sculpture attempts to suspend fleeting gestures and capture traces of movement. At Odds, Boelens’s first solo museum exhibition, features a group of recent photograms, wall works, weavings, floor sculptures, and an acoustic piece.
Charlotte Moth: Seeing while Moving and Gwenneth Boelens: At Odds are curated by Henriette Huldisch, Curator, MIT List Visual Arts Center.
Exhibition 17 February -
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View of Charlotte Moth, Travelogue, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein. Photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich. © Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein.