The best of reproductions cannot easily restitute the fullness of the works of Gabriela Morawetz, whose “volume”, even though these are photographic images, has more in common with three-dimensional, moving objects. These are complex works, done on canvas, on glass, and on metal, where-in reflections play with their matter. With Morawetz, photography enters another dimension. Weightlessness, working in zero gravity appears then as a metaphor for the work of this artist who, disconnected from reality and completely absorbed by an idea that has become an absolute urgency, is ever borne forth by an underlying energy toward an unknown result. This […]
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