Liz Jaff at VOLTA 11 Presented by robert henry contemporary

Over the next few days we will be publishing interviews with some of the artist appearing at VOLTA 11 Basel. The VOLTA Video Series of artist interviews have been produced by GalleryLOG

About The Artist
Liz Jaff explores the structural attributes and aesthetic qualities intrinsic to paper that she hand-cuts and folds into highly formal compositions in both objects and large-scale installations that reflect her personal impression of space and memory. Through abstraction and repetition of architectural and natural forms, she makes environments and objects that convey the specific feeling and character of a place or event from her everyday life. The ephemeral, transitory nature of paper gives Jaff the perfect medium to characterize the fleeting feelings of her memory of time and space. The events of her everyday life take Jaff from home to work to studio, etc and always complete a circle by returning home. Circles serve as an interesting metaphor for memory and are a recurring motif in her work. Circles also allow her a formal tool to investigate the change of light and dark as two-dimensions are turned into three.

Liz Jaff: artwork photographed at her studio in Bushwick Liz Jaff: artwork photographed at her studio in Bushwick

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VOLTA11 Basel JUNE 15th–20th, 2015 MARKTHALLE // Viaduktstrasse 10 // CH-4051 Basel // Switzerland voltashow.com

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About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine, ' A curation of the world’s most interesting culture' [PLUS] Art of Conversation: A tri-annual 'no news paper' AofC - Issue 1 Autumn 2018