My interest lies in art which does not reveal itself completely; which keeps some of its secrets.
There may be slight differences each time you look at it, so it consistently provokes, surprises, or intrigues. When it occupies a place in your home, it may become a counterpoint to your daily experience--it questions, it provokes, it interjects—a reminder of another perspective, another existence, another reality which may grace your physical place, and stimulate your mental space.
For this first edition of Partage, I am particularly interested in artists who explore ideas and modes of gathering and assembling. Within these actions are notions of repetition, recurrence, and emergence which resonate with the Partage project itself and also reflects back on my own interest in work that is layered and divulges more meaning over time.