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“‘It will come like a wave’ my father told me once, when I was feeling low and hoping for things to turn around for myself. It is a metaphor that implies an organic conception of human activity – a hopeful outlook, the idea that it is comforting to think of life’s ups and downs in comparison to something as dependable as the behaviour of water.” – Véronique Sunatori
Véronique Sunatori’s MFA Thesis Exhibition It Will Come Like a Wave investigates how direct experiences of a dreamy landscape allow to establish our vulnerability as human beings and cultivate moral sensibility, per the installation conceiving of moments of water dripping and pooling, plant life emerging from the seams and earthy formations that possess a history. As things puddle on the ground and hang from the ceiling, with its forms, materials and movements, the carefully constructed assemblage foregrounds material idiosyncrasies as it oozes through on the floor.
April 23-27, 2018
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