Thursday, May 10, 2007

Eli Gur Arie

Surprisingly, the very vulgarization of the material presence, as well as the extremity of the luster and its optical power, draw the works towards a quasi-metaphysical existence. Something in the connection between the fantastic literary images and their embodiment in a material which has no clear identity and is covered with a coating that gleams in a variety of changing hues, robs the works of any kind of solidity. It compartmentalizes them as “not from here”, “not now”, and certainly not bearing a promise of constant presence. - Doron Rabina about the beautiful works of Eli Gur Arie

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