Enclosed Realities is an exhibition of work by artist Sabrina Puppin which uses abstract colours and shapes to test the limits of reality and our perception of it. The presented body of work is a negotiation between structure and surface, where the structure is the static and analytic component and the painted surface is the energetic and spontaneous element.
Sabrina Puppin is a visual artist based between Doha and New York. Her exhibition participations include Satellite Art Show in Miami; SHIM Gallery and Cluster Gallery in New York; and museums and galleries in Germany, Russia, China, India and the United States. She obtained a PhD. in interdisciplinary studies, specializing in African Art studies from the Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, OH (2008), and a MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY (2018).