For more information about the artist and available works please

email us

Anna Perach, Mariana Mauricio & Pascal Ungerer

Apophenia

27.06.2018 – 18.07.2018

apophenia /ˌa-pə-ˈfē-nē-ə/ n. the tendency to perceive connections and meanings between unrelated things; to seek patterns in random information.

 

Roman Road is pleased to present Apophenia, a group exhibition organised by Alix Janta-Polczynski, which investigates the divergent practices and overlapping interests of three artists: Anna Perach, Mariana Mauricio and Pascal Ungerer.

Through the display of miniature paintings, photographic and mixed media works by the participating artists, patterns emerge, connections are revealed and a common ground of interpretation smoothly unfolds: obsolescence and identity.

 

Apophenia, installation view, Roman Road, London, 27 June – 08 July 2018. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artists. © Ollie Hammick
Apophenia, installation view, Roman Road, London, 27 June – 08 July 2018. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artists. © Ollie Hammick
Apophenia, installation view, Roman Road, London, 27 June – 08 July 2018. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artists. © Ollie Hammick
Apophenia, installation view, Roman Road, London, 27 June – 08 July 2018. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artists. © Ollie Hammick
Apophenia, installation view, Roman Road, London, 27 June – 08 July 2018. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artists. © Ollie Hammick

All images: Apophenia, installation view, Roman Road, London, 27 June – 18 July 2018. Courtesy of Roman Road and the artists. © Ollie Hammick

For more information about the artist and available works please

email us