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the cyborgs undone,
the ghosts came to light,
the ancestors control the future
in this solo show, i inspect textural strata of such materials as beeswax, burlap, leather, steel, plaster, wood, and paper / all of these materials have been used by people for millennia / they transport to the past evoking not only memories and myths but also dreams and poetry / i want my work to enable people to transcend their everyday and get lost in rich world of textures and inventive shapes to discover their hidden poetry / if we look back to the past, how can we (re)imagine our present and future selves?

i, a dreamer, poet, creator and lover of bees, invite you to a journey between times to meet the ghosts dreamed up / my suggested means of transportation are sculpture, painting, print maiking, performance, and poetry / the means are diverse because art and imagination is limitless

*notes on three sculptures:

bruno schultz wrote the ‘treatise on tailors' dummies or the second book of genesis’ / schultz’s ability to dream up reality is unprecedented and the reference of the tailors’ dummies is appealing because not i too is preoccupied with objects made look human (see below the sculptures ‘she, the shifter I, II, and III’, aka dolls)

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what unites schulz’s tailors’ dummies and my ‘dolls’ is not simlpy their reference to the human figure but their desire to become humans / a craftsman sees the human body in a peice of wood and, by cutting, sawing and chiseling it, she embues it with human sensibilities / the idea of transformation, and even trans-substantiation, is at the center of the craftsman’s doings

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