United States of America, 1978
Padded Shape with white PVC. Yves Klein pigment, Lapis Lazuli & oil, LCD screen (autoplay), Audio, Braided cable, Acrylic box
120 × 78 × 24 cm
Behaviour: On powering up, video plays automatically through a porthole.
London, United Kingdom
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The sea and harbour can be represented with a new neural-cinema. Miles we travel with surfaces marked and pathways demarcated within, and despite the trauma imprints and melancholy surrounding this sea of emotions and historic ways, we can change this neural cinema and recreate life again. HOPE is an invisible word but it will play over and over again, hence… it exists.
Taline Temizian (b. 1978, Fresno, USA) is a London-based artist whose paintings, works on paper, multi-media works, Kinetic & Light installations use figurative, conceptual and process-based strategies systems and signs to explore the interplay between personal narrative and cultural history ... see the artist page