‘I feel more like a painter or sculptor than a photographer.’ Femke Dekkers
Femke Dekkers - Open Space
To coincide with Photo Oxford Festival 2020, Open Space, the inaugural exhibition of contemporary photography at Zuleika Gallery in Woodstock presents the work of Femke Dekkers ( b.1980 NL) curated by Anstice Oakeshott. Drawing upon nearly a decade of work, the exhibition reveals the unique practice of a multidisciplinary artist, who brings together photography, painting and sculpture to explore the limits of human vision and comprehension. Femke Dekkers uses the camera as a tool to play games with our powers of perception. Treating her studio as a stage set, she explores the tension between static architecture and illusions of painterly perspective.
Virtual Event: Join us for a live 'In Conversation' zoom event with the artist Femke Dekkers and curator Anstice Oakeshott which will take place online on 6th November, 6.30pm. Details and how to register here.
Visiting the Exhibition: We are observing government guidelines on COVID-19 and we ask that visitors wear masks in the gallery. We support social distancing measures for our visitors to the gallery by limiting numbers. Booking is not essential however we ask visitors to be aware we are limiting numbers into the gallery. If you would like to book an appointment for the exhibition duration, please use this booking link: https://app.artsvp.co/56a620
Illustrated: 15:03, August 2, Thursday, 2012, Inkjetprint on dibond 70 x 101 cm Edition of 3 + 2AP