Held in Place, Light in Hand
Asya Geisberg Gallery
New York, NY

Held in Place, Light in Hand

Continuing her interest in the deconstruction of space, Gualdoni returns to modes of representation that both emerge from and recede into her signature pours. Based on suggestions of interiors and still life, each painting uses geometric patterns, often fragmented, that weave through the picture plane and dissonantly juxtapose the ethereal washes of color. Gualdoniā€™s porous spaces point to the fluidity of roles within the domestic sphere and of time itself, implied by the slow seepage of paint or quick stroke of the paintbrush.