Silvia Levenson uses objects and images to say what is generally not said aloud, either because the subject of domestic violence is considered taboo or because of the potential shame and fear of retribution or harm to the accuser.
Through this installation, Farid Rasulov questions the notion of white cube so dear to contemporary art and transforms, by repeating the same lines and curves, its stripped austerity.
How do we create political systems and how do they form us? How do we deal with history, which is still touching us in the present? These are questions raised by the impressive productions of German artist Elmar Hess and which the gallery WHITECONCEPTS will pursue in its next exhibition STILLS.
As is usual with TakaHashi’s work, the project explores the interplay of communication, aesthetics and with issues of representation, sociocultural identity and documentation played out through games with meaning and truth.
One may see the work as a post-minimalist interpretation in the sense that it is based on repetition, geometric forms, grids and formulas. However Fruheling’s interpretation clearly diverts from the rigid, analytical values of typical Minimalism. It is chaotic, pronged, layered, weightless and barely visible.
We use technology in our creations in order to suggest a kind of ‘poetry of life’.
The work takes as a starting point a theory originally developed by Gustav Fechner, the father of psychophysics, to describe what happens to the energy of human life after death.
My work looks at the contradictions between the digital and the old manufacturing industries, exploring memory and identity through landscape and place.