Leslie Hewitt’s photographs document temporary still life structures that combine political, social and personal material within sculptural compositions, repeatedly rearranged and recorded over time to capture the most subtle shifts in perception. Through photography’s ability to document, Hewitt dissects the representation of a speciﬁc situation: rather than freezing an isolated moment, it is the passage of time that is made visible through the variation of daylight on walls, objects and ﬂoors. Hewitt’s practice responds to an introspective questioning: how can a photograph made in restrained studio conditions with the permutation of limited elements reﬂect something larger than what is actually pictured?
This will be Leslie Hewitt’s first exhibition in Asia. She is based in New York.
Opening: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 from 5pm – 7pm
Exhibition Dates: March 21 – May 5 2018
1F, 5 PALPAN-GIL JONGNO-GU
Seoul, South Korea
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 7pm