Art exhibition at Camden Image Gallery, 174 Royal College St, London NW1 0SP
Ignatios Mitrophanous deals with the terrible reality of the universal and existential chaos. Like physicists, he as a painter is also an experimentalist, who seeks to represent the unseen world and ascribe meaning and order to it. In Ignatios Mitrophanous’ paintings, installations and sculpture, the artist presents his personal understanding of bringing together scientific illustrations of the natural phenomena and works of art; of perceiving the world as a sequence of molecules collisions as contrasted with a meaningful and purposeful living.
Curated by Efi Kyprianidou.
Photographs by Sydney Cunningham