Camilla Løw’s exhibition The Space of Shape-Time draws us into a universe populated by abstract, module-based objects made of wood, concrete, and metal which display a proximity to the language of architecture. References to Minimal Art and Constructivism are visible, but Løw’s sculptures take on a different presence as they assume human scale, interacting with each other and their surroundings.
Mixing influences from modern design, popular culture, street art, and urban cityscapes, Camilla Løw uses the exhibition setting to propose new environments where form, place, and time play equal roles.
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