For his exhibition at the South London Gallery Luiz Zerbini has created a new sculptural installation ‘Razão Intuitiva’ (Intuitive Ratio) which lends its title to the show. The 6 metre high and eight-metre-long work makes use of the gallery’s high ceilings and open space. Described by the artist as a three-dimensional painting, lengths of bamboo emerge from layers of glass sheets painted to imply the passage of water. Underneath, shallow trays of white sand host natural and mass-produced found objects such as a flip flop, half coconut shells and a fishing net. In Zerbini’s studio these items are treated as subject matter for paintings whereas here they are shown alongside the works in which they are portrayed. Image: installation view of Luiz Zerbini: Intuitive Ratio. Photo: @studiostagg . . .