Tee’s third solo exhibition at Galerie Fons Welters shows sculptures and installations which hover between their concrete forms and the anticipation of a moment in which these forms could be activated. Her artistic practice foregrounds the need for both opposition and balance, in order to make sense of the material world and the inner soul. Taking up the center of the main space are four knitted, hand-dyed floorpieces surrounded by ceramic cones and a balancing bamboo sculpture. The rugs’ color schemes form an abstract geometry that immediately transcends formalism, but hints at a certain expectation. Their silence seems to anticipate an action – some kind of ceremony or meditation about to take place.
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