Larissa Nowicki's sculptures and weavings are formed from the printed pages of books, sliced and intricately woven to form new works that cannot be read in the traditional sense. The loosely assembled grids and reductive forms invoke a vocabulary of minimalism, creating a link with the work of Agnes Martin, whilst their tactile construction references the work of Anni Albers. Indeed, many of the works included in the exhibition were researched and developed during a four-month residency at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut.
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