Judith Braun, “Homeostasis” at McKenzie Fine Art: Installation view
Judith Braun works exclusively in carbon-based materials: graphite, charcoal, carbon-black gouache, and even bleached charcoal for white-on-black. Stunning work.
The overall effect is rich and disorienting — our Western mindset loses its footing between the framed-drawing-as-work-of-art and the entire-wall-as-work-of-art, since both approaches equally apply. A similar phenomenon happens on the opposite wall, where a salon-style hanging — twenty-nine drawings, all square, all abstract, most with white grounds and some with black, unfurl like wings from a largish, lacy central image, “Symmetrical Procedure IN-30-2” (2016).
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