LandEscape Art Review // Special Issue - Page 126

Land scape CONTEMPORARY ART REVIEW LandEscape meets Carol Elkovich An interview by Katherine Williams, curator and Josh Ryder, curator landescape@europe.com Artist Carol Elkovich's work accomplishes an insightful exploration of elements from daily life to walk the viewers through a multilayered experience, inducing them to elaborate personal associations and intepretations. Her style rejects any conventional classifications and is marked with freedom as well as rigorous formalism, when encapsulating a careful attention to composition and balance. One of the most convincing aspects of Elkovich's practice is the way she urges the viewers to challenge the relationship between our intellectual sphere and our physical experiences in an uncoventional way, driving us towards an area of intellectual interplay between memory and perception. We are very pleased to introduce our readers to her captivating artistic production. Hello Carol and welcome to LandEscape: before starting to elaborate about your artistic production would you like to tell us something about your background? You have a solid formal training: