Featuring Bora Akinciturk, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Viktor Timofeev and Evita Vasiļjeva, works sprawl, overlap and enter each other’s frames of view in the show. It draws its title from a comment by late art dealer Colin de Land, who noted there is small window of time for viewing pieces of art before their perception is affected by language. This is a space that de Land felt should be prolonged, and as the exhibition’s press release notes:
“The exhibited artworks wink at each other, crack, fidget and slide in-between the arches inviting the viewers to leave vowels and consonants behind to open a small or a medium-sized window, a pretty large window, or even a huge window.”**
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