Imaginary Forests is a new collection of bone sculptures by Gerard Geer. Inspired by his favorite forests, woodlands and jungles, and the incredible variety of insect life that inhabit them, this body of work imagines an amalgamation of these spaces and creatures through a romanticised lens. In creating this collection, Geer has experimented with bringing new colour into his works and explored new anatomical forms.
Opening reception: Saturday, May 28th, 6 - 9pm
This exhibition will run from May 25th to June 12th and will coincide with Hugo D. Villa's Pájaro Brujo.
Having spent the past two winters in one of the most locked-down cities in the world and confined to the 5-km radius of a concrete jungle, Gerard Geer has used this body of work to explore all of the places he'd usually...