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By means of sculpture and installation, Spanish artist Ana Esteve Llorens presents a new group of works that enquire about the reality of space as a sensory experience. Utilizing natural and manufactured materials, craft techniques and industrial processes, the artist engages with different methods of production and with a local and international community of Makers.

Within each work, the conversation between art, craft and design is expanded. "Space is a Reality" continues and deepens the artist’s research on recurrent concepts such as time, place and perception, and the relationship between memory, abstraction and the process of making.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 23.

By means of sculpture and installation, Spanish artist Ana Esteve Llorens presents a new group of works that enquire about the reality of space as a sensory experience. Utilizing natural and manufactured materials, craft techniques and industrial processes, the artist engages with different methods of production and with a local and international community of Makers.

Within each work, the conversation between art, craft and design is expanded. "Space is a Reality" continues and deepens the artist’s research on recurrent concepts such as time, place and perception, and the relationship between memory, abstraction and the process of making.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 23.

By means of sculpture and installation, Spanish artist Ana Esteve Llorens presents a new group of works that enquire about the reality of space as a sensory experience. Utilizing natural and manufactured materials, craft techniques and industrial processes, the artist engages with different methods of production and with a local and international community of Makers.

Within each work, the conversation between art, craft and design is expanded. "Space is a Reality" continues and deepens the artist’s research on recurrent concepts such as time, place and perception, and the relationship between memory, abstraction and the process of making.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through February 23.

WHEN

WHERE

grayDUCK Gallery
2213 E. Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78702
https://grayduckgallery.com/exhibitions/upcoming

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Admission is free.
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