Jeanette Hillig
12 Feb. - 14 Mar.

Danish artist Jeanette Hillig was educated in Copenhagen in 2008. She works primarily with large scaled sculptures and drawing. The aesthetic expression borrows from post minimalism and abstract expressionism and combines elements from both sculpture and painting media.

Her large scale sculptures are made out of various materials such as plywood, filler and paint, processed over a long period of time. At first the surface of the sculptures appears monochromatic, but upon closer inspection the underlying colours and structures are revealed. The paint leaves a tactile and even expressive impression. The figuration of the sculptures consists of long edgy lines which mimes architectural elements and spatial surfaces. The ground shape of each of the five sculptures is in a way a repetition, with individual variations of height, shape, texture and colour. The sculptures relate to each other as a group as well as the people who stand next to them because of their size.
The drawings repeat the same U-shaped figure with either small or big variations. Sometimes the figure is blown up in size and appears as a heavy black shape. Other times the figure is serially repeated as small, lightly drawn lines. The drawings are playing with simple figuration, broken structures and visual displacement.

In both the drawings as well as the sculptures I am searching for an aesthetic expression that plays with “conscious mistakes”, broken patterns, uncovered layers and simplicity.

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