Scott Miller Projects is host to solo exhibition ‘The Ocean Path’ by Dutch artist Cecilia Vissers, who has experimented widely with abstract and conceptual art practices. ‘The Ocean Path’ is a project consisting of a new series of two-part works in colored aluminum. The works have their origins in landscape experiences, specifically in the Shetland Islands, the northernmost region of the United Kingdom. Read more here.
Since the mid-nineties Cecilia Vissers has exhibited her work in the USA (New York, Marfa TX, Houston) and Europe (UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium etc.). Vissers was a 2009 and 2014 Heinrich Boell Foundation resident fellow. She’s a Brabant Art Foundation Grant recipient. Furthermore, she received stipends from the Dutch Embassy in New York, The Netherland-America Foundation in New York and the Municipality of Meierijstad in the Netherlands. The wall-based sculptures of Cecilia Vissers are practically flat and fundamentally frontal. They’re made of solid steel or aluminium plates up to 15mm thick. The placement of the work in an exhibition always considers the surrounding architectural environment. The space, the light and the work become one. Cecilia Vissers has experimented widely with abstract and conceptual art practices. Working variously in metal sculpture, photography and printing techniques. Cecilia Vissers’ art references to the wild landscapes of Ireland and Scotland.