17 GRIMM (Van Baerlestraat)
- Van Baerlestraat 80
Lucy Skaer combines form and material, navigating between points in time and mutable physical states. She pulls her subject matter away from its original context while preserving a sense of material memory. In her new body of works presented at GRIMM, Skaer translates the forms of animals into ceramic, bronze and carved-stone sculptures. Sequences of abstract animal pelts manifest simultaneous natural states; they shift from flora, to fauna, mineral to weather event. Rural Works is on show until 20 June.
On 25 June the exhibition New Realism opens, by artist Woody van Amen.
Lucy Skaer (UK, 1975), Woody van Amen (NL, 1936)