dinsdag 14 oktober 2008

Christy Georg




Christy Georg's work explores the role the body plays as the site of convergence between the interior mind and exterior world. She is an accomplished sculptor whose work investigates the activity of perception through the vehicle of kinetic motion. The viewer is presented with an amplified experience, one that oscillates, marks time, makes sound, and reveals through its duration. The work is patient- requiring the viewer to exercise subtleties of looking and listening to perceive changes more easily revealed only after elapsed duration. By performing with her work, Georg uses her body as the catalyst between stillness and motion. She thus becomes the "Operator" in the work, serving as a neutral authority governing the phenomenological experiments that characterize her work
bron: Berwick Research Institute


 
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