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Marisa’s and Denis’s work is shaped by ambiguity. Physical presence is sugggested by fleeting movements. Marisa's obscured and cloaked bodies dance, twinge, and radiate mystery. The sense of lightness in their postures is an illusion, these figures are somehow both familiar and strange. She seeks out wildernesses and urban wastelands, and flows between the ordinary and the unknown and discovers places where sunlight dissolves the solid state with her innate sensitivity for detail.
Blurred boundaries and white space between lines reflect Denis’s way of seeing the world. His photographs are a product of his preference for both the here and now and the there and then. He is not in direct pursuit of the obvious, but rather drawn toward the symbolic. Giant white cranes populate his compositions – they are remnants from childhood memories or imagined landscapes, engraved mental images ready for flight – which leads one to contemplate new perspectives.