‘Dispersion’




Marlene Sarroff’s solo exhibition at parisCONCRET speaks of transformation, flux and order/disorder. It also speaks of reduction, repetition and accumulation. Dispersion’ explores ideas relating to REALITY and how we perceive it. The  main inspiration comes from an ongoing research into the interrelationship between Physics and the world around us. Probabilities are determined by the dynamics of a whole system and investigations reveal the opportunities for a vast array of variable configurations  and arrangements. As in previous work , materials are the driving force behind Sarroff’s work. the employment of brand new manufactured  materials, in this instant ‘bubblewrap’, and its unlimited availability, constitutes a physical resource that can be utilised and redefined into a new aesthetic, well beyond its original purpose. Sarroff’s commitment to ‘bubblewrap’ is inspired by its flexible, translucent qualities, that allows folding, winding, stapling and pinning, along with its clear  ‘acid pink’ colour.  Patterning and configuration are considered when determining the structure of the works, but the final form evolves from the innate qualities and structures of the material itself. In this exhibition, sculptural wall works  each made to a particular  random system, combined with ‘acid pink’ bubblewrap clusters, that subtly suggest scientific or biological things

Duration 06 March 2010 - 27 March 2010
Times Opening March 6. 17h, Gallery Hours 14h to 18h Wed to Sat.
Cost Free
Venue Paris Concret
Address 5 rue des immeubles Industriels PARIS 75011, ,
Contact 0419447997 / marlenesarroff@yahoo.com.au / www.marlenesarroff.com

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