Far Away, So Close

Added by Deborah Wasserman

View Slideshow
Artist: Deborah Wasserman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Untitled
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2010
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
Artist: Deborah Wassrman
Title: Far Away, so close
Year: 2011
    • Category: Painting
    • Size: 2.5" x 2.5" x 1.00"

Click "Done" to save order of images in Portfolio.

  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Untitled
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Far Away, so close
  • Description: Far Away, So Close, by Deborah Wasserman, is an e... Far Away, So Close, by Deborah Wasserman, is an exploration into how travel forces us to look at our relationships with time, process, narrative, language and linearity. The installation consists of 500 hundred paintings arranged in a loose linear flow, creating a progressive swell of abstraction across the walls. When considered collectively the pieces shape a narrative, but when looked at individually that narrative breaks down into a series of pixel like units. Wasserman merges distinct aesthetic languages (Abstraction, Figuration, Pop Art, and Graphic Design) into a cohesive visual proposition. These juxtapositions create a mystifying story that almost exists in the space between these paintings. She touches upon her multifaceted cultural experience as well as the binary opposition inherent in the language of travel - here and there, coming and going, arrivals and departures.

Comments

0 comments

Events

Essay Writing Help Online

January 21, 2018 at 08 AM - westmidlands