David George Ledger creates living space suspense in air.
Drawn by the nature where his usual habitat sits; at euphoric Africa plain, the bewild downunder, and recently, the New territories of Hong Kong – the colour and depth of space the fine artist orchestrates send you to a future where population do not exist and beautiful architecture afloats.
David’s paintings are nostalgic, lonesome and hints a distance spirit.
Conceptual Architect painting by the like of David’s, Tristram Lansdowne, Cui Jie and John button are slowly forming an abyss that takes us to the realm of the suburban utopia.
This is an exploration of the urban landscape in black and white.
As with much of Michael Kistler’s work, the human element assumes a more reserved role against the larger urban backdrop.
People come and gointersecting, colliding and connecting as they merge with one another and the city around them creating a new kind of urban grammar. What is future becomes present and past almost simultaneously. With an understated elegance, Kistler creates a kind of monochromatic underworld where anonymity flourishes and beauty exists in what is often unseen. In.visible city will be a collection of ten limited edition B&W photographs. All prints will be acrylicaluminum museum face mounts and ready to hang.