Fixed Not Forgotten  | Noah Spivak    Opening: 22nd March 6.30-9pm  Exhibition: 22nd March - 07th April    Noah Spivak’s  Fixed Not Forgotten  offers no personal autobiography. His current processes isolate, break and reconstitute the materials that compose photographs, producing versions of the photographic that present audiences with the distance that can exist between a physical object and a study of visual re-presentation. The artist’s fascination with the human senses, the ambiguity of the everyday and the space in which the art experience occurs culminate in a body of work that explore how we experience the small phenomena of the reality we inhabit.    Rather than presenting pictures, Spivak presents “objects” that revel in chemical photography’s elusive nuances. Despite the popularity of the camera today and the influx of photographs being taken on a daily basis, there seems to be an almost ignorance to the medium’s history. It is this unfamiliarity that Spivak aims to explore and highlight.    Spivak is a Melbourne based artist who has exhibited locally and internationally. Spivak studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, New York and receive a Bachelor of Fine Art from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver in 2015.     www.noahspivak.com

Fixed Not Forgotten | Noah Spivak

Opening: 22nd March 6.30-9pm

Exhibition: 22nd March - 07th April

Noah Spivak’s Fixed Not Forgotten offers no personal autobiography. His current processes isolate, break and reconstitute the materials that compose photographs, producing versions of the photographic that present audiences with the distance that can exist between a physical object and a study of visual re-presentation. The artist’s fascination with the human senses, the ambiguity of the everyday and the space in which the art experience occurs culminate in a body of work that explore how we experience the small phenomena of the reality we inhabit.

Rather than presenting pictures, Spivak presents “objects” that revel in chemical photography’s elusive nuances. Despite the popularity of the camera today and the influx of photographs being taken on a daily basis, there seems to be an almost ignorance to the medium’s history. It is this unfamiliarity that Spivak aims to explore and highlight.

Spivak is a Melbourne based artist who has exhibited locally and internationally. Spivak studied at the Cooper Union School of Art, New York and receive a Bachelor of Fine Art from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver in 2015.

www.noahspivak.com

 

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