Works by Eygló Harðardóttir gather together in Another Space, like crystals in constant growth, like reactive moments to accumulated material in process with the artist. Some works assist in displacing the space they occupy by implying an alternate to it. Others ground it, fasten it and make us aware of it. They often weightlessly balance upon colour, content and a trust in found unaltered components. They assemble with a sense of impermanence and build new space.
…One of the focal points in Another Space, is an assembly of drawings created while the artist was under hypnosis. Drawn in a state of parallel consciousness, with enhanced focus and concentration, the images are attached to different regions of the body including the neck, heart, stomach, brain, tailbone and face. With this knowledge the immediacy of the experience translates into a question of another space. They have become layered prints and stand in as a thread running through the exhibition, the above question always present in the background. See more: Text Becky Forsythe