Clément Rodzielski, Hélène Fauquet, Jermaine Francis, Jordan Derrien, Josephine Meckseper, Magnus Frederik Clausen, and Marie de Brugerolle
Hetton Lawn is a group exhibition presenting the work of Clément Rodzielski, Hélène Fauquet, Jermaine Francis, Jordan Derrien, Josephine Meckseper, Magnus Frederik Clausen, and Marie de Brugerolle. Referring to the hometown of Alice Liddell, the inspiration behind Charles Dodgson's novels, Hetton Lawn explores the links between literature and the visual arts through a common theme and story. From the chess-game to the notion of scale or femininity, the artworks introduce as well, the liminal aspect anchored in Dodgson’s novels, exploring the famous mirror into which Alice walks through.
10 pages, full colour on news print
500 x 350 mm folded in two
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