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Guy Goldstein

artist  |  Guy Goldstein

Tel Aviv

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Guy Goldstein is a multidisciplinary artist who works within a variety of different media, from the traditional to the more experimental, such as embroidery, photography, video, sculpture and sound. Guy's artistic practice materialises the tension between the systematic and the unintentional, the fully-formed and the amorphous. Each process is a series of interventions into an expected sequence purposefully disrupting it with unforeseeable results. The interventions' motivation is inevitably a lost ... Read more
Guy Goldstein is a multidisciplinary artist who works within a variety of different media, from the traditional to the more experimental, such as embroidery, photography, video, sculpture and sound.

Guy's artistic practice materialises the tension between the systematic and the unintentional, the fully-formed and the amorphous. Each process is a series of interventions into an expected sequence purposefully disrupting it with unforeseeable results. The interventions' motivation is inevitably a lost cause: the will to tame, to firmly grasp, a process spiraling out of control.

Sound is a crucial element in Guy's practice, as a way of accessing the middle ground between physicality and formlessness. These middle spaces are gaps in the grid of arranged materiality. Guy's main goal is to express these gaps, expose them, and shape them into their own material. Read less
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