wood, laser cut steel and 16mm film
This exhibition is a continuation of a collaborative project with Solomon Nagler that explores the porous architecture of the genizah; a non-archive wher sacred printed matter deteriorates without intervention. Lasercut steel sculptures, 16mm projections and speculative wood structures draw out the tension between digital processes and hand-formed objects. This assemblage suggests an archive of ephemera; a tension between stasis and flux; illumination and the ineffable.
Exhibited AT Poolside Gallery, Video Pool Media Arts Centre in collaboration with artist, Solomon Nagler
photo credits: karen asher
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