Jane Benson, Song for Sebald | Chapter 10
Song for Sebald | Chapter 10
archival inkjet print on paper, headphones
150.5 x 81.3 cm
ed. of 3 + 1 AP
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JANE BENSON’s works explore the transition and transformation of physical materials and aesthetic identity and those of socio-political circumstances or individual biographies. All of her works seek to “re-place, re-map and re-engage accepted cultural standards, classical forms of categorisation and archetypal structures”. Her artistic approach is based on radical destruction – cutting up flags, splitting open stringed instruments or excising text and syllables out of books. The starting point for her work is the perception of the cracks that define contemporary existence. “For this reason destruction is always my initial gesture when it comes to destabilising how the ‘everyday to come’ may be defined.”
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