Plotted, dotted and drawn, stitched, foiled and punctured, a point traverses sometimes linearly, sometimes converging into others. Within the frame of a composition lines intercept and overlap, either by suggestion or by impulse. Marked, mapped, layered, bound and recurring forms reverberate a latent potency that remains contained in their own blueprint. Abstracted from their origins, they belong now within the terrain of a sublime score.

Sublime Spaces is Chetnaa Verma’s most recent body of work comprising five separate series and two installations that parallel the trajectory of the artist’s own explorations of everyday experiences and draw largely from her residency at the Glenfiddich Distillery in Scotland, concluded in the summer of 2014.