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Gedi Sibony

55 Years

Using industrial or everyday materials such as cardboard, carpet, spray paint and tape, Gedi Sibony’s precarious constructions elevate humble fragments of ordinary objects into things of unusual harmony and vitality. Sibony assembles his installations from a variety of sources. Some elements reveal their use immediately with little intervention and are re-appropriated into satisfying configurations. Other components are formed accidentally as unintentional marks and traces of studio residue are accumulated over long periods of time.

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