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Hannah Fitz, Lookieloo

Kerlin Gallery is pleased to announce Lookieloo, an exhibition of new work by Hannah Fitz.

Hannah Fitz excels at making inexact versions of the familiar, surrounding us with objects that seem very much of this world, but which hover toward an imaginary or perhaps parallel realm.

For this alternative or potential reality, Fitz brings together three groups of sculptures, distinct but interwoven. What seem like complicated wooden cabinets and sideboards appear dressed as decorative versions of themselves. Wrought iron fencing repeats and loops back upon itself, mimicking street architecture while doubling up as indoor lighting. Populating this quasi-domestic landscape, a series of plaster figurines evoke garden statues or mantelpiece ornaments from a bygone era.

Nothing is what it seems in the universe Fitz has created. Closer inspection reveals oddities, aberrations and minor deviations from a prescribed way of describing the world.

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Hannah Fitz, Lookieloo
Hannah Fitz, Lookieloo
Hannah Fitz, Lookieloo