The Call: Prudence Flint @ Mother’s Tankstation, London

Time sits still. That is how Prudence Flint opens up her new show, The Call, at Mother’s Tankstation in London. Her paintings sit still in a way. Time frozen, a character slowly moving through chores or frozen in repose. As we all think about the last two years and how time has played tricks on us, these works are an inner look at what time and language does when we slow down. The gallery uses the phrase ” linguistic brevity,” and that is such a wonderful way of looking at the minimal depth of Prudence Flint. 

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