Work by Keith Lemley Luma
Gerry Judah’s paintings are a direct response to conflict across the globe, and the impact of that violence, whether it is the consequence of war or natural disaster. At the same time, he is fascinated by changing urban landscape, and his paintings explore the dynamic of construction and destruction.
Valentina De’ Mathà
54th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia - Italy Pavilion
308 white bodies that merge with the ground in a random order, as if nothing had a logical meaning.
All bodies were born from a single array as we all were born from Mother Earth.
I chose a neutral color, white, symbolizing a collective identity rather than individual.
I chose paper because it is organic, like the human body it goes back to the earth that saw its birth.
The silence after the earthquake of L'Aquila.
Midori Harima makes installations with black and white Xeroxed images found in books, magazines and on the internet, shaped into three dimensional forms. The hollow figures constructed with the fragments of ordinary mass media images correspond to our managed and disconnected experience of reality.