Maisie Cousins

Rubbish, Dipping Sauce, Grass, Peonie, Bum

13 March — 11 October, 2020

Here, intuition takes on the roll as guide, where no one can predict, or even define what it is Maisie Cousins has created with her visually stunning impressions.

Her expression is genuinely personal, often playfully investigative, and makes the spectator consider what is actually up and what is down, what is pretty and what is foul, here in this world of ours. Join in on this journey that is as energising as it is meditative, a journey into Maisie Cousins magically enhanced view on lost parts of our existence.

Through her macro photography of life when it’s at its most genuine; with everything from soggy fruits, zoomed in body parts, beautiful plant parts, leftover pasta garnished with plastic babies to jelly guck and beetles, we, the spectators, are sucked into the choice of feeling enjoyment or to be horrified from the details.

I am not driven by any ambition to be considered an artist. For me, art is about a strong feeling of instinct that needs to be ‘let out’. My creations are driven by intuition and are a constant factor in my everyday life. Looking at a strange object on the street, an odd fruit at the market, or something that actually looks repulsive, together they can create an entity, a context, and sometimes even a sort of harmonious connection between them..., says Maisie Cousins.

Enjoy Maisie Cousins exhibition in 3D

Schedule

Mar
13

Exhibition opens

Oct
11

Exhibition closes (extended)

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