September 11, 2022

Nadav Weissman: Folding Scenery | Solo Exhibition at Museo de la Ciudad de Querètaro, Mexico | 11.09.2022 – 26.11.2022

Nadav Weissman: Folding Scenery | Solo Exhibition at Museo de la Ciudad de Querètaro, Mexico | 11.09.2022 – 26.11.2022

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Nadav Weissman’s exhibition, Folding Scenery, is a multi-layer installation of plywood sheets and digital projections snaking along the gallery walls and protruding into its space. Like a cut-and-pasted folded landscape, this jigsaw puzzle of physical and organic parts takes its forms from natural environments and the human body; creating a topographic view of invented territories. The work integrates projections of digital images with organic textures and materials, representing a psychological introspection that may disappear as soon as the light is turned on, as though to remind us of a delicate life lived in a temporary world. Weissman’s work presents stones, water, thorns, stairs, and lakes as simultaneously static and dynamic within a wide panorama of utopian and dystopian landscapes.

Nadav Weissman, Installation, Museo de la Ciudad de Querètaro, Mexico, 2022. plywood and charcoal, video mapping animation, Variable dimensions. Installation view (1)
Nadav Weissman, Installation, Museo de la Ciudad de Querètaro, Mexico, 2022. plywood and charcoal, video mapping animation, Variable dimensions. Installation view (1)
Nadav Weissman, Installation, Museo de la Ciudad de Querètaro, Mexico, 2022. plywood and charcoal, video mapping animation, Variable dimensions. Installation view (3)
Nadav Weissman, Installation, Museo de la Ciudad de Querètaro, Mexico, 2022. plywood and charcoal, video mapping animation, Variable dimensions. Installation view (3)

 

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