Eti Behar’s works at Gallery Miz
Eti Behar’s ‘‘On The Edge’’ exhibition consisting of reliefs and statues will meet the viewers at Gallery Miz.
Her works on a type of border by choosing minimum materials, as a reaction to the fact that artistic production has been articulated to Meta production by becoming excessively diversified. Narrowing the material opportunities in such a way excludes in a sense the produced works from Meta aesthetics. The artist chose white color and wood materials for the statues. Consisting of circular forms which are in various sizes, these constructions were mobilized with the contradictions they produce among each other. On form basis, circle was assigned as the founding element of the whole exhibition. Different form opportunities varying from thin cylinder bars to large circular plates or to the circles carved on a circular surface with gaps were offered on these statues while only circular forms were used in reliefs. These forms wander on the surface by forming very little swellings. Forms are visible only to the extent allowed by these swellings and textures which form curves on the surface. The exhibition continues until June 12.