Anne Polashenski

Japanese Interior Obliteration, 2005-06, C-print, gouache, and mixed media on paper.

An idiosyncratic dress pattern takes a viral turn, generating a dreamlike virtual space beyond the sleeping figure it engulfs as it threatens to move beyond the paper.—Gonorthgallery.

"The painted and collaged patterns act as a form of camouflage to hide and protect the body. These detailed patterned spaces are often psychologically charged, dealing with issues of control, power, entrapment and escape."

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