Valle Medina and Benjamin Reynolds (Pa.LaC.E)
Date: Wednesday 2 May 2018
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
The work of Valle Medina and Benjamin Reynolds (Pa.LaC.E) can be understood as “conceits” borrowed from the metaphysical poets, as drawn-out, turns of images. Their works are comprised of numerous discrete décors that access ideas; together they contribute to a “sense”, a vector. It is through exhaustive “idea surveys” that their works play out, stemming from their interest in large acts of human endeavour (encyclopaedic projects, expeditions, taxa etc.); a cause meant to "reinforce the naturalisation” of their work as contexts ceaselessly shift. – Faye S. Oppenheim
Valle Medina and Benjamin Reynolds form Basel-based practise Pa.LaC.E (palacepalace.com).
Image: G— R— (Geodesic Rectangle), 2017, Can Lis, Mallorca. Courtesy of Jørn Utzon Foundation.
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