unperceived existence unperceived existence Issue 2: Keren Shalev - Page 18

The works presented in this exhibition are the outcome of a working process that aims, on a regular basis, to draw on material from within oneself and through this activity to wander in a mental landscape, reveal structures and capture mental images. This mental landscape is rough, abandoned, industrial, lonely, organic and tactile.

All the drawings consist, in the main, of two elements/materials: graphite and black or white acrylic paint. They are of a high resistance and untamed matter. An organic relationship occurs between the elements revealing their true nature and physical qualities. These are exposed functional structures.