Vera Klute

16 Jan, 2014 - 23 Feb, 2014

Vera Klute’s work looks at how we perceive the outside world and our place in it through our own subjectivity. It sees the individual as displaced in its own habitat. Like a natural scientist, the artist is attempting to make sense of an often absurd everyday life with its cycles, routines and habits. The work looks at the body as well as the environment to untangle physical and social relationships.
The artist tries to break down the nature of everyday life into its elements: the challenge of governing the physical body through an independent mind and interpreting the outside world while navigating a complex social environment. The boundaries between science and imagination become blurred in an attempt to give meaning to an existentialist chaos. The world is not seen as an objective, agreed upon reality, but rather a manifestation of the individual’s disposition.
Vera Klute, Birds (detail), 2014, Birds, acrylic, Dimensions variable, Image courtesy of the artist.

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    16 Jan, 2014 - 23 Feb, 2014
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    Monday – Sunday: 11:00 – 17:00 Wednesday Late Opening: 11.00 – 20.00
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