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Willow Variation (Woods), 2016




Finding beauty in disorder is present throughout much of Silberman's work, from graffiti to trash left behind after a party or parade. Images of Mardi Gras beads dripping from branches are recreations of the trees found along the parade route during carnival season in New Orleans. Silberman is inspired by both of these interventions with the environment and how they result in accidental public works of art, born from tradition. In both her life and practice, she seeks to make sense of the traditions and celebrations people create for themselves in order to find meaning in their own lives, and how that creates meaning for her. 2 of 10 + 2 APs. Image sold unframed, but please inquire for framing options.

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Archival inkjet print | photography


30.00 x 30.00 x 0.50 in | 76.20 x 76.20 x 1.27 cm

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