“Weaving Light and Space”, in WellingtonNov 29 2016 · 0 comments · Uncategorized ·1
It’s an honour to be part of an exhibition with the great artist Beata Kozlowska. In Wellington, we will be showing our latest works next week, from the 5th to the 11th of December 2016 at the Thistle Hall Centre.
5 December, 6.30pm – 9.00pm
Tues – Sun, 10.00am – 6.00pm
“Weaving Light and Space” is a first New Zealand based collaborative art exhibition by two visual artists with artistic careers in the UK: Beata Kozlowska and David Moraton.
The exhibition showcases their recent art works made in Wellington. Lines, strings and light are recurrent elements and main motifs of both artists’ installations, paintings, drawings and videos. Wherever placed three-dimensionally or represented on a bi-dimensional surface, these lines connect each other in weaving structures, mapping the space that they live in, creating complex organic forms and casting lights and shadows. Both artists find commonality in using lines and light to evoke the transcendental through abstract imagery, which constitute an integral part of their visual languages.
For Kozlowska, this results in a tangible vocabulary of motifs, layered marks and carefully re-edited forms, but within this matrix, the sequence is disordered and the originating mark is lost in the process of becoming something else. Moraton considers this experience more as a path leading to exploration of the Sublime in digital media.1