Poetry of Scale & Space
“Nothing is so small that you cannot cut it in half.” Ulf Wolf
'Scale' requires context, often in reference to the human body. In this case it's also in context to the physical boundaries of the gallery environment. 'Space' is conceptualized most often as a 3-dimensional construct. Here we have 'space' in conversation as both 3D (Tausik) and 2D (Panjarian, Schomaker and Gunlock) where the expanse of spatial expression is illusive, evocative and seductive. 'Scale' and 'space' form a duet, a dance of the senses, a poetic language that must be experienced in real time.