Kato Six (°1986, works and lives in Brussels) balances between abstract and figurative art. For her first museum exhibition this fall, Six brings different kinds of works together in one room, including new creations. Six works on different themes which she develops into series or ensembles. Architecture, design, domesticity and utensils all act as important references. Starting there, she uses recognisable and everyday materials such as MDF, stone, plastic or textiles. She wants to question certain affinities and let people look at familiar objects or images from a different perspective. As a viewer, you feel connected to the object or image but the actual meaning or function no longer applies.
- M Leuven, Leopold Vanderkelenstraat 28