Working in various mediums, including wood, canvas, poetry, paper and found objects, Hiyme constructs landscapes and secret languages. His paintings reference memories – of mountains and skies, bikers and wolves. Dreamt to-be memories and wished forgotten ones too – memories reconstructed using repetitive symbols and bold colours.
Halloween proves the perfect occasion for an exhibition of Hiyme’s works – simultaneously playful and sinister, celebration and mourning. Halloween is also an American tradition, slightly out of place in Berlin – Hiyme too, sometimes feels slightly out of place in this city.
SUR LA MONTAGNE “Stubborn Wolf: Skeletons and Landscapes” – HIYME BRUMMETT
Exhibition: Oct. 30 – Oct. 31, 2011
Preview: Sunday, Oct. 30; 12-8pm
Reception/Halloween Party/Closing: Monday, Oct. 31, 2011; 12pm to late
Torstrasse 170 (Click here for map)
Sur la Montagne:
Blog entry by Devon Atkins in Berlin; Friday, October 28, 2011.