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Viviane Sassen

Viviane Sassen

17 Apr – 7 Jun 2015

 Axiom GB01, from the series Axiom, 2014 © Viviane Sassen

Axiom GB01, from the series Axiom, 2014 © Viviane Sassen

Axiom GB01, from the series Axiom, 2014 © Viviane Sassen

 Coil, from the series Soil, 2014 © Viviane Sassen

Coil, from the series Soil, 2014 © Viviane Sassen

Coil, from the series Soil, 2014 © Viviane Sassen

 Viviane Sassen l Axiom GB01, 2014

Viviane Sassen l Axiom GB01, 2014

Axiom GB01, 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Cloud, from the series Rebus, 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

Cloud, from the series Rebus, 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

Cloud, from the series Rebus, 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Black Hole #01, from the series Totem 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

Black Hole #01, from the series Totem 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

Black Hole #01, from the series Totem 2014 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Freefall from the series Rebus, 2011 (c) Viviane Sassen

Freefall from the series Rebus, 2011 (c) Viviane Sassen

Freefall from the series Rebus, 2011 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Cardinal form the series Rebus, 2005 (c) Viviane Sassen

Cardinal form the series Rebus, 2005 (c) Viviane Sassen

Cardinal form the series Rebus, 2005 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Lucius, from the series Rebus, 2010 (c) Viviane Sassen

Lucius, from the series Rebus, 2010 (c) Viviane Sassen

Lucius, from the series Rebus, 2010 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Botanica, from the series Rebus, 2013 (c) Viviane Sassen

Botanica, from the series Rebus, 2013 (c) Viviane Sassen

Botanica, from the series Rebus, 2013 (c) Viviane Sassen

 Viviane Sassen installation shot (c) Kate Elliott

Viviane Sassen installation shot (c) Kate Elliott

Viviane Sassen installation shot (c) Kate Elliott

 Viviane Sassen installation shot (c) Kate Elliott

Viviane Sassen installation shot (c) Kate Elliott

Viviane Sassen installation shot (c) Kate Elliott

INFO

Viviane Sassen (b. 1972, Netherlands) has been nominated for her exhibition Umbra at Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam (8 March – 1 June 2014). 

Encompassing abstract photography, drawings, light installations the work is accompanied by specially commissioned poems from artist and poet, Maria Barnas.  Sassen’s distinctive and experimental approach to image foregrounds vivid colour alongside stark contrasts of light and shade in sculptural compositions where form and content verge on abstraction. 

In Umbra, Latin for shadow, the characteristic qualities of Sassen’s work: vibrant colour, deep shadows, here support darker sensibilities, informed by the Jungian notion of the ‘shadow self’, which taps into personal fear, desire and shame as well as expressing more abstract concepts of the unknown, time and death. 

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