An exhibition of new work by recent graduates Melisa Novotna and Patrisiya Banova at The Art Station.
What to expect
Sightline is an exhibition of new work by two recent graduates from University of Suffolk – Melisa Novotna and Patrisiya Banova who both explore looking and seeing in their work.
Melisa Novotna focusses on painting in the expanded field, intertwined with technological mediums such as photography and film, in particular the cinematic aesthetic of these mediums. Her work is concerned with ideas around the gaze – surveillance, being observed, and observing.
Patrisiya Banova’s fascination with line, has led to an interest in the visual representation and function of brainwaves. Her work draws attention to the body’s vital subconscious processes. Present, 2023, is a continuous indigo yarn which travels across the room, representing a beta brain wave which occurs when the body is present and alert.
Note: This exhibition will be open Monday to Saturday, from 12pm to 4pm between the 1 April and 22 April.