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Sculptures from Camilla Løw's exhibition. Black cubes are stacked on top of each other, with yellow and blue coloured rectangular frames placed on top of them.

Camilla Løw

Straight Letters

02 February - 13 April 2008

DCA was proud to present the first major solo exhibition in the UK of Camilla Løw. Newly commissioned work created specifically for the DCA galleries was shown together with recent sculpture made over the last three years. Løw’s sculptures transcend traditional modes of display - works are clustered, stacked, suspended or leant against the wall. They combine a seemingly casual presentation with refined, tightly crafted and considered use of colour, surface and form. Camilla’s playful yet rigorous response to the legacies of Constructivism and Minimalism make for enigmatic geometric riddles that transform the DCA space.

DCA Galleries during Camilla Løw's exhibition. There are cubes stacked on top of each other - the cubes are grey, but have one side painted either blue, red or yellow. There is a sculpture made out of metal geometric frames in the background.

Artist Video | Camilla Løw on Straight Letters

Exhibition images

From Camilla Løw's exhibition in DCA Galleries. 3 yellow, square frames hang from the ceiling as an installation.
From Camilla Løw's exhibition. Black, white and grey cubes are stacked on top of each other. On top of the cubes, there are rectangular metal frames in yellow, blue and black.
From Camilla Løw's exhibition. A crumpled white sheet lays against DCA Gallery walls.
From Camilla Løw's exhibition in DCA. Four grey cubes are stacked on top of each other. One side of each cube is yellow. Black metal frame hang from the ceiling. A sculpture made up of coloured metal frames and grey cubes can be seen in the distance.
DCA Galleries during Camilla Løw's exhibition. There are cubes stacked on top of each other - the cubes are grey, but have one side painted either blue, red or yellow. There is a sculpture made out of metal geometric frames in the background.
Sculptures from Camilla Løw's exhibition. Black cubes are stacked on top of each other, with yellow and blue coloured rectangular frames placed on top of them.