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by Hormazd Narielwalla
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Hormazd Narielwalla is the second solo artist to take residency The Mansard Gallery. Titled ‘Pattern Symphony’, the exhibition comprises of Narielwalla’s distinct elegant abstract collages, and also features work from his most recent homage to David Bowie. By applying vintage tailoring patters to collaged forms of handmade papers, Narielwalla’s bold compositions use positive and negative space to create a rhythmic sense of movement, depicting the fluidity of the human form.
‘Pattern Symphony’ celebrates the influence of music and dance on 20th century artists such as Picasso, Picabia and Bacon, using instructive points and line with blocked planes of colour, referencing Wassily Kandinsky’s early theories of abstraction, ‘Point and Line to Plane’.
Mixed-media paper cutouts on vintage French sewing pattern
Framed behind UV glass, do not place in direct sunlight
Frame: Walnut and UV glass
Artwork material: Vintage French sewing patterns