1. Kabbalah and Contemporary Art
Item: Photographs of the work "Every Interaction Interrupts the Future"
|Title: ||Photographs of the work "Every Interaction Interrupts the Future"|
|Authors: ||Lieberman, Kim|
|Issue Date: ||8-Apr-2005 |
|Abstract: ||Photographs of "Every Interaction Interrupts the Future" by Kim Lieberman. Photograph of Kim Lieberman working. Kim Lieberman, born 1969, South Africa.|
|Description: ||"'Every Interaction Interrupts the Future', the artist's first solo outing at the prestigious Goodman Gallery, presents a range of new works executed in Lieberman's distinctive postal genre style. Striking maternal reds predominate throughout many of these works, apt given the birth of her firstborn recently. But where woven silk tapestries predominated in her previous solo show, in 2000, here Lieberman has opted to use blank perforated postage stamp paper as a canvass on which to paint silhouetted images. Perforation residue is also used as a material in its own right.
The result is a new body of work characterised by its restrained use of colour, with tonality and texture a key attribute. This is particularly evident in new works, such as The Incredible Chain of Events, as well as Uninterrupted Chaos and Thread Postbox (Jerusalem Postbox). As with her previous output in this genre, Lieberman overlays her own narrative images onto an officious source material. This creates a persisting and unresolved tension in her work in this genre, between the private and the public."|
|Appears in Collections:|| 1. Kabbalah and Contemporary Art|
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