Objects scattered around the room enter into a playful conversation with each other: tiny dogs placed on the floor, on bookends, on shelves and walls, a bright pink bucket with a strainer cast in bronze, plaster, crystals, clay mixture that hangs off of steel welded frames.
The press release describes the space but admits the question, “is something we can’t quite put our finger on? Dogs?” Accompanying the exhibition is a book publication of Sturla’s work, with 25 copies available and also online.
Goswell Road is Paris-based art space and publishing house run by Ruiz Stephinson.**