Kika Francisca’s artworks explore the theme of the landscape. Francisca notes that, whilst the predominant conception of the word is that ‘-scape’ refers to “scope” or “to look carefully,” the etymological roots of the word in English originate from the Middle Dutch word ‘-skap’ — meaning “to shape or create”. Through drawing, Francisca investigates how landscape can shape perception and be in turn shaped by its representation, whilst also examining the tension between the digitised landscape of the Internet and the physical landscape of the world, with its attendant borders, barriers and delineations. Francisca’s artwork considers the interpretation and analysis of landscape in its multiple facets: as a theory, as an art historical term, and as a vehicle for discourse between the metaphorical and the concrete. I intend to put landscape drawing and physical locations in dialogue. The architect and historian Bruno Zevi posts that a geometrical space is animated by the gestures and actions of those who in habit. Francisca seeks to draw attention in her exploration of space to that exact dynamic — to highlight relationships between places, materials, and peoples, which are not necessarily readily apparent.
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