As part of the current exhibition Last Space Remaining, Sergio Calderon’s Rhombus, 2013, will feature in our windows until November 24th.
Calderon’s new works, including light boxes, films, interactive installations and other multi-disciplinary pieces invite the viewer on a journey that connects them with personal memories or ideas along the way. His work openly questions the perception of reality suggesting that the human search for perfection, and the subsequent expectations we ourselves and those around us form, will never match it. Calderon emphasises the natural inclination to hold onto our own versions of reality in the midst of constant change.
Rhombus plays on this concept: it appears trapped within the exhibition, its points apparently hidden beyond the glass window frontage, confined within the Gallery space.
More images to follow.
SERGIO CALDERON | RHOMBUS, 2013