Review: ‘Rosslynd Piggott, Realm–peripheral scenes’ by Philip Brophy

25 Mar 2023

Read Philip Brophy’s insightful review in Memo.

“For art history adepts, being in the space might be akin to standing in front of, or within, the Light and Space paintings or walls of Mary Course, Helen Pashigan, Craig Kauffman, John McCracken, and James Turrell. The connection makes sense, for decorative artisans and conceptual minimalists equally explored how the painted, primed, textured, or illuminated surface can on its own absorb the viewer into its field of interiority”.