Posts Tagged ‘Iceberg Projects’

FEEL ME? // ICEBERG PROJECTS

By Jameson Paige The problem of representation is perhaps one of art’s most confounding dilemmas—how to convey a body, an experience, a moment? Defining the limits and openings in which representation either successfully depicts or regrettably curtails experience is an ongoing project of negotiation. Representation’s logic inevitably leads to fragmented forms of knowing, which nevertheless[…]

DAVID WOJNAROWICZ: FLESH OF MY FLESH // ICEBERG PROJECTS

By Jameson Paige “When I put my hands on your body on your flesh I feel the history of that body” reads the opening of the recurring prose imprinted on multiple works in David Wojnarowicz: Flesh of my Flesh, a small but potent exhibition currently installed at Iceberg Projects. The heaviness of this sentence frames[…]

GEORGE KUCHAR // ICEBERG PROJECTS

by Hiba Ali click here to download PDF Our relationships are precious. For George Kuchar, this message is prominent in Bocko, his recent exhibition at Iceberg Projects, featuring work on and inspired by his dog and lifelong companion. Known for his campy, over the top aesthetic, this exhibition reveals the softer and more intimate side[…]