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A ROOM WITH NO EXIT

Apr. 4, 2018No Comments

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Maker:S,Date:2017-11-27,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

A visit to Slag Gallery in Bushwick to see Naomi Safran-Hon’s show A Room with No Exit left me inspired and impacted. I am in love with this artist’s process, as she intentionally layers material, image and mark making to create a complex entry point into interior space. Dealing with heavy material both physically – concrete, fabric and paint and conceptually – home, war, degradation – the artist reconstructs interiors affected by conflict in Israel, giving us a window into the vestiges of human life.

Photos by: Danielle Friedman

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