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Inner Space Gallery presents "The Incommensurable Movement of Spacing," a solo exhibition of video performance works by Vienna, Austria-based artist Iris Dittler. Dittler´s work can be located at the point of intersection between contemporary dance and visual art practices. She investigates physical states in various media like drawing, installation, performance and video.

The focus lies on the perception of the body, sentiently felt configurations of tensions and tactile – kinaesthetic experiences. She is interested in what can be found there in latency as an internal physical and psychological architecture. Her drawings can be seen as seismographic notations of those internal processes. The objects are manifestations of physical states in collision with the material of the everyday world.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 25.

Inner Space Gallery presents "The Incommensurable Movement of Spacing," a solo exhibition of video performance works by Vienna, Austria-based artist Iris Dittler. Dittler´s work can be located at the point of intersection between contemporary dance and visual art practices. She investigates physical states in various media like drawing, installation, performance and video.

The focus lies on the perception of the body, sentiently felt configurations of tensions and tactile – kinaesthetic experiences. She is interested in what can be found there in latency as an internal physical and psychological architecture. Her drawings can be seen as seismographic notations of those internal processes. The objects are manifestations of physical states in collision with the material of the everyday world.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 25.

Inner Space Gallery presents "The Incommensurable Movement of Spacing," a solo exhibition of video performance works by Vienna, Austria-based artist Iris Dittler. Dittler´s work can be located at the point of intersection between contemporary dance and visual art practices. She investigates physical states in various media like drawing, installation, performance and video.

The focus lies on the perception of the body, sentiently felt configurations of tensions and tactile – kinaesthetic experiences. She is interested in what can be found there in latency as an internal physical and psychological architecture. Her drawings can be seen as seismographic notations of those internal processes. The objects are manifestations of physical states in collision with the material of the everyday world.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through November 25.

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Inner Space Gallery
7923 Mohawk Dr.
Dallas, TX 75235
http://innerspace175.wixsite.com/chamber/current

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