Uriel Miron | Playing for Time

Curators: Aya Lurie and Tal Bechler
Feb. 14, 2015 - Apr. 11, 2015

Uriel Miron’s one-person exhibition at Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art spans three bodies of work created in recent years: the first, installed in the large hall, is a group of four large-scale, white, wooden sculptures (2013 – 2015), whose unique shape is at once amorphous, minimalistic, and relatively abstract, like a drawn line extending into the exhibition space; the second is the sculptural installation Unraveling (2012), comprise of manipulated generic plastic chairs – a project originally created for Super bien! greenhouse for contemporary art, Berlin; and the third is a series of works on paper – drawings and screenprints. To a large extent, the white plastic chair is the point of departure for the three bodies of work; its presence in the works is conspicuous, and it may be regarded as a key thematic element.

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