Cornaro’s sculptures, drawings and installations revolve around the organisation of perspectives, distance and proximity, as well as the interplay between figurative, symbolic and real space. The way in which landscape is perceived coupled with the cultural over-accentuation of nature play a central role here. In particular French landscape gardens from the 18th Century and their treatment in painting provide the starting point for her consideration of fundamental questions of representation and perception, the constructive over-accentuation of our world and the relationship between the representational and the abstract.
Curated by Vanessa Joan Müller
The exhibition is supported by