Waqas Khan‘s work is a meditative pause in the present moment, taking the form of a series of highly precise yet organic patterns composed of dots or lines. Khan's works are unexpectedly site-specific and so much more than they appear at first glance: they need to be seen from multiple scales and on different registers to reveal various patterns and discontinuities. The result of the work is less the presentation of ink on paper drawings so much as the construction of a moment, a pause, a much-needed silence. Berlin Art Link spoke to Khan about his 2015 exhibition, 'Acoustics of Life / Parterre' and his artistic practice.
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