Gev Marotz: Childhood

By July 28, 2016Blog, Exhibitions

July 27 – August 6, 2016

Opening Reception: July 28, 2016, 6-9PM

Gev Marotz Ship

Loop Gallery is pleased to announce Childhood, a new exhibition of works by guest artist, Gev Marotz.

In this latest suite of works, Marotz investigates his nostalgic attachment to objects from childhood. The focus here is not on the quality of that childhood, but rather his earliest memories of images and objects. His process does not know a time limit (as memories from childhood often do before being altered or distorted by time), which allows Marotz to use the base image as a platform for practicing and skillfully exercising technique. Through this process, the artist imbues fragments of his nostalgia into the work and breathes a new kind of life into the image. The end result aims to provide a visual living experience and a roadmap for looking.

For Marotz, a work is not finished until it is seen. With this in mind, Marotz caters to a broad audience of not only art makers, critics, writers, or members of the “art scene”, but to anyone with a desire to look. His goal is to create an image that can engage its viewers on a variety of levels and therefore invests the time to work a number of layers, both physical and critical, into each piece.

Gev Marotz was born in Israel and has lived and shown his work in many countries across the world including Germany, China, the United States, and Canada. He studied graphic design at the School of Advertising Art and currently works as Global Creative Director at Konrad, a digital innovation firm.

 

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