With the exhibition shifter 68projects presents large-scale canvases of Berlin artist Michelle Jezierski. These paintings use space and time as a jumping-off point to look at perspectival space in abstraction and landscapes.
Infused with a restless and spirited energy, free from both established conventions and outdated formalisms, Michelle Jezierski’s work conjures whirling scenarios of juxtaposing images where light reverberates through vivid, gripping colours. Informing her work is a sensorial idea of fragmented space — at the same time synchronic and deferred — with the landscape as a catalyst where the limitations of two-dimensionality are explored through the introduction of geometric lines and fixed frames that disrupt the picture plane. This creates an optical illusion that seemingly encompasses multiple dimensions within one flat surface.