Artist: Jana Euler
Venue: Real Fine Arts, New York
Date: May 3 – June 3, 2012
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Images courtesy of Real Fine Arts, New York
The one painting shows the exhibition space from above, the floor
completely filled up with a body, and several eyes forming a question
mark path through the exhibition.
Along this parcour, there are three paintings to be viewed one after the other.
They are painted in transparent layers, with the background consisting of:
in the first one, social expectations; the second one, omnipresent instincts;
the third one, identity forming processes. These are overpainted with
self-involved solutions for each of those influences.
The space is divided by two half-transparent walls marking two important
changes in the body of work, the body of this exhibition and the body of a woman.