An exhibition by artist Nathalie Du Pasquier will morph Camden Arts Centre into a three-dimensional immersive installation. Her signature geometric paintings will take over the Hamspted gallery’s walls, alongside a series of daily artworks the artist has penned over the past few months and seven new sculptures that consider the autobiographical nature of still life paintings.
Other Rooms, which opens at Camden Arts Centre on 29 September, will explore the architectural inspiration of Du Pasquier’s practice, which often plays with perspective and the relationship between 2D and 3D spaces.
Du Pasquier, who is best known as one of the founding members of the Italian design movement Memphis, opened her first solo show in the UK for almost 25 years in July this year at Pace Gallery.
Du Pasquier is cited as an inspiration for numerous creatives, including designers Camille Walala and Maria Jeglinska, and illustrator Dasha Chukhrova. Her work featured as part of David Bowie’s private art collection, which was auctioned in November last year.
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