• Oblong Gallery, London

Dotted By Intervention

A group exhibition in which I took part with two of my digital art work:

"A dotted line can only be as legitimate as incessant and dotted spaces" where space is non-representational and incompatible with physical space. An infinite line broken by a pause, a momentary silence or a gaping black hole; where the interruption is more compound than the intersections. Space defined by lines and carefully executed boundaries are as obscure as an imagined theatrical stage, where each character is placed within the confines of a fascinating magnetic field. The boundary lines could be imagined, broken or in a perpetual state of movement. A space undefined has a limitless infinite presence, like ether. This exhibition will explore the spaces in-between".

The works include, Painting, Sculpture and Digital Media. Participating artists: Daphna Alon, Puja Bahri, Nandita Chaudhuri, Sam Clift, Beata Kozlowska, Tammy Marash.

https://www.artrabbit.com/events/dotted-by-intervention


MY PROFILE With a background in architecture and design studies, the artist worked as a graphic designer during her career. More recently, she has combined her background in graphic and digital design with photography and fine arts, as well as acrylic and mixed media. Lives and works in East Finchley, London.

ABOUT MY WORK

My works explore the notion that it is not place and space which are fixed while individuals move within them, arrive and depart, change dimensions and proportions; rather it is the individual that is the immutable entity, perpetually creating his environment second by second, changing it and causing it to adapt, leaving his mark, and thus becoming an active participant in creating surrounding space. The shadow characters in the photos serve to emphasise that the memory of the now-absent individual's presence also affects its surroundings. Each shadow could replace others in the portrayed scenarios, leaving the viewer to imagine corresponding changes in its surrounding environment.


MY WORKS DETAILS

Tamar Marash

The Fisherman

16in x 24in Digital C-Type print, 2009 Addition of 5


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