A Tangible Translation 2018



TWOFOLD, oil on linen and canvas respectively, 96in x 43in each, diptych



UNTITLED, plaster of paris, gauze, 96in x 43in, 2018




Lou Lim focuses her investigations into the processes of painting and sculpture. Adopting the method of printmaking, the surface of a painting of a cloud-filled sky is cast with silicone, its result used as a matrix to imprint a copy of the painting’s strokes onto a new surface. From a section of sky seen, photographed, painted, cast, and printed, these series of transformations and their outcomes draw focus towards the activity of expressing the momentary and the immaterial in relation to materiality and the notions of permanence.

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