Photographs, sculptures and text works appear as fragments of a composition of the exhibition’s narrative form, creating a space/time-frame pending between fixedness and fluidity.
The obvious beauty of the images and their poetic dimension, like that of the texts, is evident but we should not reduce Daniel Gustav Cramer ‘s work just to this poetic dimension; we must reinstate its conceptual dimension,accentuated by the use of primary forms and almost abstract imagery.
Over and above what there is to see and read, is an issue of representation and its diversity being raised here, like an experience in looking and perceiving.
If the etymology of the word “representation” describes “the action of re-placing before someone’s eyes”, which tends to give representation a restrictive definition, Daniel Gustav Cramer’s work strives, on the contrary, to confront and question its different forms.
Monday—Friday10.00 am—6.30 pm
Saturday12.00 pm—2.30 pm
During the summer from July 3rd to September 3rd we are closed on Saturdays