By Elizabeth Buhe
FEB 2021 | ArtSeen
In looking at the canvases of Emily Mason now on view at Miles McEnery we sense not so much a relation to a certain place or thing, but a lifetime of visual experiences put down onto canvas through a keen process of filtering. The result in Masons work is necessarily nonspecific yet points nonetheless toward layers of feeling: light reflected off a rippling canal, a gleaming gold surface, flowers in mid-summer.
By Caetano Dias
FEB 2021 | Critics Page
I first wish to make reference to my work process. This is essential commentary. Between the end of the 90s and the beginning of the next decade, I started to work on the digital mundane, which I denominated at that moment Popular Saints. This was a type of fantasy that remains present in my current work. The process itself was quite simple.