SHARON GLAZBERG | NOWHERE
Art Market|Issue #56 February 2021
"Can the dream not also be applied to the solution of life's fundamental questions?"
MAYA BAMBERGER

SOLO EXHIBITION MARCH 5

APRIL 17, 2021

OPENING: FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 12 PM

GALLERY TALK:

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 12 PM

Raw-Art Gallery is pleased to announce Sharon Glazberg's second solo exhibition at the gallery, titled Nowhere. The exhibition features video installations, sculptures, and works on paper.

Sharon Glazberg has been working in two dimensions connected to the relationship between art and life in recent years. The first has to do with gathering stories of communities in the tradition of social sculpture.

During her studies in San Francisco, she became acquainted with it, as Galia Bar-Or described in the text accompanying Sharon's artist book due to be launched during the exhibition (date to be announced). The second dimension is creating spaces that host healing rituals in the tradition of shamanic art and the formation of mythologies in a space. The works in Nowhere are all products of created situations, spaces, rituals, and collaborative processes.

A sea is projected on the back wall of the gallery, where boys float on styrofoam pieces - a material that Glazberg has collected on the street from the remnants of appliance packaging. It is a central raw material in this exhibition.

The work has been born out of Glazberg's dream, in which she tells artist Uri Katzenstein about the creation of this piece after his video work Hope Machines. Katzenstein had been Glazberg's teacher, and he taught her to use dreams as part of the creative process.

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