April 24, 2017
Architecture Visual arts

Lee Madgwick’s dystopian worlds are depicted in large oil paintings that host isolated architectures buried in open spaces and lacking in spatial coordinates. Huge buildings represent the ruins of the everyday life, lived consumed among the walls of a concrete universe, which has been a shelter, border and Nation at the same time. The boundaries between indoors and outdoors blur in a saturated, motionless atmosphere. Some building are lost, others are hidden by a nature who regained its own power.

The dystopian architectures of Lee Madgwick
Artist: Lee Madgwick
Venue: unil 31 May 2017, White Noise Gallery, “Chapter II, Stand By”, curated by Eleonora Aloise and Carlo Maria Lolli Ghetti, via dei Marsi 20/22, Rome
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