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Jealous is delighted to announce the opening of Ines Fernandez De Cordova's first ever solo exhibition at our gallery in Shoreditch.
Fernandez' work explores ideas surrounding the relationship between objects and time; investigating how time affects the way we perceive and interpret objects, as well as how objects can serve as representations of the passage of time. In her solo exhibition ‘Vertical Sprint’, the artist delves deeper into this concept, using her sculptures as models to create still lives, constructing subtle narratives through the use of sequence, mark-making, layering and mirroring. The artist’s new body of work possesses a tranquil stillness, contrasted with strong, graphic elements formed through the use of collaged grids and vertical cuts. The artist plays with the different qualities of space, shape and texture that each sculpture offers.
Born in Bolivia but based in London, Ines has a background in illustration and is currently in her last year of a printmaking masters at Camberwell College of Arts. Her practise explores themes such as space, rhythm and repetition, playing with the viewers perception through the use of photography, drawing and printmaking.
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