Space, to Mónica Dixon, is a presence and an absence. It is also an instrument she wields with skilful precision to challenge our ideas and perception of our individual identities. In “A Universal Truth”, Mónica explores the dichotomy between what we are and who we are. To do so, she takes a series of deceptively simple images and forces us to consider the division between the physical spaces of house – a structure we take for granted – and the social construct of a home. Through an adept manipulation of space and light, she builds a timeless world that is uninhabited by man or machine.
Mónica Dixon (b. 1971, New Jersey, USA) received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University in 1997. Mónica’s works have entered public and private collections in the United States, France, Spain, Middle East, Hong Kong and Singapore. She now lives and works in Asturias, Spain.
Venue: Barnadas Huang, 61 Duxton Road, Singapore 089525
Opening Hours: Tues to Fri 12 to 7pm; Sat 11 to 7pm; Sun 11 to 6pm; Closed on Mondays
When: 11 Apr - 10 Jun 2015,
By: Barnadas Huang