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Campos Sintéticos

São Paulo
04 Sept – 27 Oct 2018

Campos Sintéticos
Isabelle Borges

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Isabelle Borges

Galeria Kogan Amaro São Paulo
Alameda Franca, 1054
Jardim Paulista, São Paulo, SP
info@galeriakoganamaro.com

Isabelle Borges displays unprecedented shown in Kogan Amaro Gallery

In Synthetic Fields, the artist based in Berlin returns to the country to present 17 works that reflect her research on the malleability of space.
A two-dimensional production that extrapolates the screens and invades the walls. This is the work of Isabelle Borges, a Berlin-based Soteropolitan artist who, from September 4th, presents the exhibition Campos Sintéticos, her first solo exhibition at Kogan Amaro Gallery. With the curatorship by Ricardo Resende, the show turns to the investigation of space as a three-dimensional place and brings together 17 unpublished works.

The process of the artist is cyclical: it begins in the drawing, goes through the collage, painting and mural until returning to the origin. In her production, she assumes a chaotic geometry that looks at the infinite by paths created as labyrinths. The lines, plans and colors used by the artist spread through the environment and confuse the observer’s gaze: in a single plane, the paintings leave the pictures and follow the walls. “In the pictorial installations, the physical spaces are confused with the screens and the walls are dematerialized. The paintings are hung and distributed in an orderly manner, in perfect symmetry. At the same time as rigid, this organization is endowed with an immeasurable lightness, “points out Ricardo Resende.

The work of Isabelle still inherits influences of the modernist architecture – reflection of the period time she lived in Brasília. From Le Corbusier, an important French architect of the twentieth century, the artist adopts the idea of “ineffable space”. Her paintings unfold and tear the edges that impose limits to the canvas. The curator also relates his production to Dadaism, an artistic movement that innovated by placing the canvas in front of the frame.

“Isabelle thinks the exhibition space when it acts directly on the walls of the place. Environment and paintings become one thing, allowing the public a unique visual experience when passing through the space installations that merge, architecture, painting and sculpture”, explains Ricardo Resende.

The Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges also integrates her creative path with strong poetic reference. In Synthetic Fields, a reference to the story The Garden of Forking Paths, in which the author reports the paths as provisional and plural, exploring the infinite possibilities between time and space.

“Drawing to think of space, sometimes with the help of photography, then I transfer the thought to another support, the collage – looking for the relationship between lines and planes. In painting I simulate colors and I define the spatial relationships existing between line and color, “describes Isabelle. Its process is systemic, passes through the delusional space and the real, until it reaches the sensation of gravitation that his paintings without borders emit when they become walls.

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Isabelle Borges

Salvador, Bahia, 1966
Lives and works in Berlin

Isabelle Borges was born in Salvador in 1966. Between 1985 and 1987, she studied Social Sciences at the University of Brasilia. Between 1988 and 1992 she lived in Rio de Janeiro, where she attended at the Escola Visual do Parque Lage and had professors as Beatriz Milhazes, Daniel Senise, Charles Watson, among others. In 1993 she immigrated to Germany, initially lived in Cologne and worked as an assistant to the studio of Antonio Dias and the American artist Jack Ox, who was doing research on Kurt Schwitters, a German dadaist artist. The contact with Schwitters’ work had a strong influence on the work of Isabelle Borges, especially in her collage series. Between 1996 and 1997 he worked as assistant to Sigmar Polke. Studied at the art academy in Düsseldorf. At the end of 1997, she moved to Berlin, where she currently resides and works.

Campos Sintéticos
Works
Exhibitions views
Video
Isabelle Borges

Galeria Kogan Amaro São Paulo
Alameda Franca, 1054
Jardim Paulista, São Paulo, SP
info@galeriakoganamaro.com

Isabelle Borges displays unprecedented shown in Kogan Amaro Gallery

In Synthetic Fields, the artist based in Berlin returns to the country to present 17 works that reflect her research on the malleability of space.
A two-dimensional production that extrapolates the screens and invades the walls. This is the work of Isabelle Borges, a Berlin-based Soteropolitan artist who, from September 4th, presents the exhibition Campos Sintéticos, her first solo exhibition at Kogan Amaro Gallery. With the curatorship by Ricardo Resende, the show turns to the investigation of space as a three-dimensional place and brings together 17 unpublished works.

The process of the artist is cyclical: it begins in the drawing, goes through the collage, painting and mural until returning to the origin. In her production, she assumes a chaotic geometry that looks at the infinite by paths created as labyrinths. The lines, plans and colors used by the artist spread through the environment and confuse the observer’s gaze: in a single plane, the paintings leave the pictures and follow the walls. “In the pictorial installations, the physical spaces are confused with the screens and the walls are dematerialized. The paintings are hung and distributed in an orderly manner, in perfect symmetry. At the same time as rigid, this organization is endowed with an immeasurable lightness, “points out Ricardo Resende.

The work of Isabelle still inherits influences of the modernist architecture – reflection of the period time she lived in Brasília. From Le Corbusier, an important French architect of the twentieth century, the artist adopts the idea of “ineffable space”. Her paintings unfold and tear the edges that impose limits to the canvas. The curator also relates his production to Dadaism, an artistic movement that innovated by placing the canvas in front of the frame.

“Isabelle thinks the exhibition space when it acts directly on the walls of the place. Environment and paintings become one thing, allowing the public a unique visual experience when passing through the space installations that merge, architecture, painting and sculpture”, explains Ricardo Resende.

The Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges also integrates her creative path with strong poetic reference. In Synthetic Fields, a reference to the story The Garden of Forking Paths, in which the author reports the paths as provisional and plural, exploring the infinite possibilities between time and space.

“Drawing to think of space, sometimes with the help of photography, then I transfer the thought to another support, the collage – looking for the relationship between lines and planes. In painting I simulate colors and I define the spatial relationships existing between line and color, “describes Isabelle. Its process is systemic, passes through the delusional space and the real, until it reaches the sensation of gravitation that his paintings without borders emit when they become walls.

Works

isabelle-campos-sinteticos-1
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Exhibitions views

Video

Isabelle Borges

Salvador, Bahia, 1966
Lives and works in Berlin

Isabelle Borges was born in Salvador in 1966. Between 1985 and 1987, she studied Social Sciences at the University of Brasilia. Between 1988 and 1992 she lived in Rio de Janeiro, where she attended at the Escola Visual do Parque Lage and had professors as Beatriz Milhazes, Daniel Senise, Charles Watson, among others. In 1993 she immigrated to Germany, initially lived in Cologne and worked as an assistant to the studio of Antonio Dias and the American artist Jack Ox, who was doing research on Kurt Schwitters, a German dadaist artist. The contact with Schwitters’ work had a strong influence on the work of Isabelle Borges, especially in her collage series. Between 1996 and 1997 he worked as assistant to Sigmar Polke. Studied at the art academy in Düsseldorf. At the end of 1997, she moved to Berlin, where she currently resides and works.

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