“It feels as if things are falling apart,” says the Berlin-based artist Angela Dwyer, “and we are trying to cling to an ever faster changing world, trying to make sense of who we are and what may come.” Her artistic response? To create painted representations of where we are right now, but by using geometrical forms of strict regularity—squares, triangles, polyhedrons. Dwyer draws these shapes with a free hand, painting them as abstractions of yellow, violet, pink, blue, and white. It’s for us to decide whether the shapes speak of connection or isolation? —E.C.
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