5 October - 17 November 2012

Tania Perez Cordova If Used like Stones.

Tania Pérez Córdova’s oeuvre in general deals with the relation between thinking, making and the functioning of things. According to Adam Szymczyk her “works ask how one makes work and how one looks at it and how to turn habits upside down.” For her first exhibition in Poland, the artist makes subtle interferences that undermines the status quo of things and questions the way they function in terms of time and space. Artificially age-accelerated pieces of linen fabric are hung together, previously cut from one roll of fabric – all the while new and old, attempting to look into the future. An antiquated decorative frame of an altered shape gets a new life; is dropped into the present once again, simultaneously freezing perspective i.e. the point of view in space. Male biceps imprinted onto soft foam, bent brass, a flipped desktop printer, and an A4 print.
Pérez Córdova constructs her exhibition of simple materials and objects, and suspends the usual way of seeing them, making their meaning, without imposing the construct of images and the words that could impede them.

  • Tania Perez Cordova
  • Tania Perez Cordova
  • Tania Perez Cordova
  • Tania Perez Cordova