lundi 25 juin 2012

Maisons suspendues, Nivi Alroy

“My work process begins in the printmaking workshop, where I capture fragments of mundane life and their fragile moments. Through the making of mono-prints I create abstract renderings of construction materials and sites, trying to break apart the hierarchies of residential environments. I then build sculptural objects made of materials from the construction sites of demolished houses. Later, I imbed the mono-prints into the structural objects to create environments that are simultaneously exposed to and hidden from the viewer.”

“My work deals with the tension between intimacy of private domains, weather bodies, living environments or communities and the intrusive forces threatening them. I explore the changing relationship between outer and inner spaces : the interior parts of structures or even the paper itself erupt, exposing an intimate moment”.

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