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כותרת: Danielle Feldhaker
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Danielle Feldhaker

(b. 1982, USA)

My primary practice is painting with mixed mediums on transparent Plexiglas and plastic sheets (such as bubble wrap and PVC) and creating large-scale installations. My installations comprise paintings made of transparent materials with three-dimensional objects and integrate video films and LED lights.

I seek bringing street art and graffiti into my work, by that creating relationships between internal and external, opaque and transparent, concealed and revealed, soft and hard.

The transparent plastic platform facilitates and reveals the stages in the work process, almost like a painting turned around to show the reverse. The transparency gives away the “behind the scenes” action of the work and causes the painted elements to look as if they are hovering above the surface. The paint seems to be able to take off into space.

I work with a limited palette of black, red, blue, and yellow, referring (among others) to Kandinsky’s abstraction, Mondrian’s geometry and color palette, and influences from architectonic spaces. Rhythmic, abstract brushstrokes and spots of color are located alongside of geometric elements which form a boundary for the works delineating their contours. The geometric forms convey a sense of emotionally-laden, floating elements, seeking to purchase a handhold in a world eluding all definitions.

In addition to paint, I integrate collages of various materials, such as cut-outs from PVC wallpaper with various patterns and color schemes, and long plastic strings unrolling from the work to the floor.

Along with my formalistic, abstract, and geometric paintings, is a world of dense drawings, with miniature, laborious images looking like encoded hieroglyphics. This is an “other,” autonomous world of images with numerous symbols, some taken from reality but most emerging from the imagination.

What interests me is the possibility of taking over a given space, creating an intervention within it which disrupts it or creates a new visual space through the use of plastic materials. They may be rigid or soft and flexible, enabling me to create 3-D space and objects which may be transparent or semi-transparent. Through this construction process, I examine the multi-layered visual information and create painterly superimpositions through which I present the image, while having it partially hidden and other parts of the image are revealed.