Posts Tagged ‘Evanna Folkenfolk’

Brice Guilbert’s Lyrical Abstraction

Brice Guilbert, "Fantôme / Levier / Obstacle," charcoal on wall, 2012; photo by Evanna Folkenfolk

Article by Evanna Folkenfolk – in Berlin; Tuesday, Sep. 25, 2012.

“It is the representation of ideal feelings,” he says, and somehow this makes sense. “It is the romantic tension between interiority and exteriority, the tension between what I try to do with the space inside of my self and the space outside.”… [read on…]

Berlin Festival’s Art Village

Berlin Festival

Blog post by Evanna Folkenfolk – in Berlin; Sunday, September 23, 2012.

With a gritty, city-bred feel to the pieces, walking through the open space felt a little like stumbling through the back streets of an unknown city…
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“I remember her eyes. The eyes of Gutete Emerita.”

Alfredo Jaar - "The Eyes of Gutete Emerita" (1996)

Article by Evanna Folkenfolk – in Berlin; Wednesday, Jul. 26, 2012

These words by Alfredo Jaar close what is a succinct but lethal description of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. They are projected in white light along a dark hallway connecting two installations in Jaar’s recent retrospective,The Way It Is. An Aesthetics of Resistance[read on…]