Thu 10 May 2018 | 7:30 pm - 11:55 pm
Almacen - Hapninim 1, Tel Aviv,
We are happy to invite you to the solo exhibition opening
Strange Fruit / By Rani Sasson
Curator: Marina Pozner
Sasson’s new solo exhibition invites viewers to confront the confusion between beauty and repulsion, abstraction and clarification, and association and connotation. Sasson builds large-scale three-dimensional installations, mysterious sculptures that seem to have been created by a magic spell embodied in carbonized, cleft forms, such as scorched shells similar to fossils or fragments of stars. These are enigmatic objects hovering through space, each lacking something. They are limbs or perhaps parts of plants, unidentified live objects still in their shells, remnants bearing evidence of life in a timeless, unknown place, relics of an ancient world, which may be the buds of a new world like an archaeology of the future.