Air between form at Pallas Project Space
Air between form refers to the actual invisible space that surrounds objects, ourselves and our environments. The material and physical elements of this exhibition: wood – paper – Perspex, are conduits to carry and hold light and air. In air there is light, in light there is colour, in colour we get the description of form. This is the source of fascination for the making of these new works.
Within the process of exploring form, the materials reveal individual qualities that add to the tactile nature of the works. Line, colour and shadow all become elements of the artworks, Galvin’s material processes use these materials to draw both air and space.