The air between us
(a conversation)

Essay by Lauren Palte

It is unusual for an artist to lay bare an earlier work when reusing a canvas. The underpainting is something we would usually only see through x-ray or infrared examination. But painting is not trickery nor illusion for Parton and Spindler, it is an act of honest searching, for connection, found in each other and inviting of other bodies.

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  Spindler + Parton


Cherished and Forgotten

Spindler’s oil paintings of hands (on paper), with painted casts of petals resembling brushstrokes
made by Parton and Spindler 

32 x 34,5 cm 

Fragile Aliveness

One of Spindler’s early oil paintings with hovering remnants of paint tubes
collected by Parton (from artists renowned and unknown)
91 x 122 x 18 cm