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BIANCA WALSH



Baluster and Handrail

2020
Oil on Mylar
30x42cm
€175

Drawing upon the shifting space between social life and its physical surroundings, the adopted material used in Bianca’s work acts as an instrument of concealment and exposure. Tracing paper and transparent plastics act as an agent of transformation to the selected forms in the paintings and drawings, where various elements are concealed to bring about a new perspective. Often the material enables a glimpse into fragmentary passages that reside within the mundane - the in-between spaces of our lives that we see but often do not notice. Her work allows us to expand on this limitation of seeing; to be cognizant of the world around us and push to find an alchemy between the materials and subject.

The heterotopian novels by J.G Ballard and Michael Foucault have acted as a reference point to Bianca’s work, to further explore anthropology through the studies of space, place and the body. These can represent important sites for cultural meaning, social and political memory, and public discourse within our interior and exterior spaces. Through examining these unseen spaces and their related but often overlooked artifacts in monochromatic format, their constructivist composition is communicated through a minimalistic aesthetic.


Urban Displacement

2020
Graphite and Oil on Mylar
84.1 x 118.9 cm
€450 




Division

2020
Graphite and Oil on Mylar
118.9 x 84.1 cm
€450


Decluttering

2020
Graphite and Oil on Mylar
84.1 x 118.9 cm
€350