Sometimes, the background becomes more prominent than the faces. The figurative moves into the abstract leaving only a few, evocative, traces behind. There is a sense of loss of oneself. Subdued colours make the images seem to reside elsewhere. It also muses upon the methods by which memories can be retained and recalled. Gabeler creates work for site-specific locations, searching for traces of a lost presence.
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The figurative moves into the abstract leaving only a few, evocative, traces behind. In forging a habitat for her work, Gabeler aims to give them a larger spectrum of identity through which they can come to life. Gabeler creates work maren,a site-specific locations, searching for traces of a lost presence.
Whether using drawing, painting, photographs or collage, Gabeler places individual pieces in relation marneka a space and in very specific relation to each other.
She searches for traces of a lost presence. Looking closer, the way the panels and canvasses are painted varies; sometimes smooth brushstrokes, sometimes dry minimal gestures, scarcely covering the surface. Painting marrenka that mask the canvas, she tries to discover that which is hidden from view or part of the unconscious mind.
Faces are diffused and falling apart. She is slowly losing her memory. Marenka Gabeler Curriculum Vitae. It also muses upon the methods by which memories can be retained and recalled.
Ink drawings explore the tentative world between the known and the unknown, the seen and the unseen, the tangible and the implied — all aspects of the art of memory.
Her projects have taken her on residencies in Japan, Syria and Majorca. And is interested in how we remember and how we forget. Features are reduced and simplified. Marena colours make the images seem to reside elsewhere.
Marenka’s Cottage – The Old Kasper House Victorian Inn
She responds to the mood of surroundings by continuing a narrative that whispers through the walls. Her work could be considered animate objects; as if they were living beings with individual voices, opinions and desires. Marenka tries to empathise with a state of being conscious of loss of memory and the unnerving process through which memories fade and identity is lost.
This installation is superimposed into the space to imply an historical home within the gallery, which is itself created within a home. They are swallowed up by paint. Marenka Gabeler lives and works in London. Sometimes, the background becomes more prominent than the faces. There is a sense of loss of oneself. All is a journey towards an art where the imagination completes the message implied by the drawn line, that creates a sense of longing for something that has been or might have been.
New installation and paintings by Marenka Gabeler. Inspired by the memories of her grandmother, who died last year aged 96, the work revolves around the fear of losing these memories. She wants to connect the world depicted in the work to the wider world, to perceive it as a series of objects in a larger context. A hand seems to lie in a landscape.