Ambisjonsnivået i Eline McGeorges kunstnerskap gløder gjennom det ubombastiske uttrykket.
In “As Spaces Fold, Companions Meet” folds are a visual and thematic motif. The exhibition also refers to a science fiction inspired interpretation of folded space, which allows fictional and actual characters to meet and be cast into new constellations across time and space. Alienation and hybridisation are recurring traits of the characters populating these works. […]
The works presented by Eline McGeorge investigate paradoxes within the social democratic ‘normality’. The use of science fiction and the grid are common denominators […]
Contribution to Sarai Reader 09, 2012. Text and images by Eline McGeorge
Catalogue text written by Marcus Verhagen for booklet launched at Focus, Frieze Art Fair 2012
This text is a transcript of the video-work ‘A World of Our Own’, which uses a narrative to expand on the references in the video, inciting the visual elements of the abstract animated parts.
Contribution to Girls Like Us magasine, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2011
written by Eline McGeorge for the artist book ‘Manual’, 2009
Eline McGeorge’s work revolves around distorted places, spaces and characters and travel or navigation across them. Through abstraction and fragmented portrayal of these locations and characters, the artist engages with the politics and psychology that governs them. Individual titles of McGeorge’s works such as ‘Travelling Doubles’, ‘Ontological Candidate, Navigator’, ‘Departure of a Stranger’, ‘Among Familiar Strangers and […]
Conversation between Eline McGeorge and Hollybush Gardens, on the occasion of Travelling Doubles, 2007.
Artist statement for the catalogue following the touring exhibition Grenseløs/Boundless, Stenersen Museet, Oslo and Riksutstillinger/Nasjonal Museet Oslo ( 2005-2006)