Folds. In the Depth of Reflection. 
Tallow, bee's wax, lipstick, blushes, personal objects
90 x 30 x 45 cm
2017

Both an ambiguous reminder of destruction and promise of completeness, a fragment is a locus for imagination. Reminiscent of female body, teared of any emotion or context by a pleasantly looking yet originating from animal body material, the objects verge between figuration and abstraction, leaning towards the latter with a growth in scale. These, unlike classical sculpture, form a cultural construct of unknown origin, suggestive of sexual interaction with the body of sculpture or body of the artist, present through leaving the traces on her work and hiding secret objects within it. Delicate and erotic, the inside and the outside merge, leaving the viewer to his own fantasies at the safe distance from the object of desire and presenting his eye with the power of touch and action.

How can one tell the artist from her art? Parallel programme 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art Air Moscow Moscow, Russia Photo: Katya Anokhina

How can one tell the artist from her art?
Parallel programme
7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art
Air Moscow
Moscow, Russia

Photo: Katya Anokhina