Posts Tagged ‘SARAH ORTMEYER’

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THE GRID & THE JESTER // ON THE TROPE OF THE GRID

by Paul Michael Smith click here to download PDF When is the appearance of distance merely the effect of an object’s vagueness? And when is the sensation of vagueness simply the apprehension of, no matter how fine the weave of your net, someone slipping away? Like nets, we describe grids either by looking through them,[…]

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PROFILE OF THE ARTIST // SARAH ORTMEYER

by Stephanie Cristello TENDER STRATEGY TEL AVIV, ISR. It can be said that modernism delivered two very distinct, though seemingly similar approaches to art making: the monochrome and the blank canvas[1]. The monochrome belongs to painting, while the blank canvas belongs to the readymade – to art. Thierry de Duve historicizes these lineages as belonging[…]