André Hemer and Anne Vieux < Sensor Glow >

July 21, 2021

Thick gestures of paint in seductive shades of pink and red call to mind the shimmering petals of flowers blooming while on other canvases, abstract lines and forms writhe in mesmerising psychedelic patterns. Through their distinct artistic practices, André Hemer and Anne Vieux are both interested in exploring processes of rematerialisation whereby physical materials are translated into digital forms and then back into three-dimensional objects. <sensor glow>their joint exhibition at Kristin Hjellegjerde gallery, presents a captivating series of new works that make reference to the digital sublime, in which beauty arises through a sense of uncanny or imperfection. Harnessing technological tools alongside physical gestures and the ethereal qualities of light, both artists create a sense of suspended movement that beguiles the viewer’s perception while drawing attention to the layered materiality of each image.