Ragna Robertsdottir

September 23, 2005 at 12:30pm

Fine Arts Building; 1000 W. Broad, Room 301

Ragna Robertsdottir’s lavascapes are formed by attaching lava chips to a section of wall covered with glue: she is an artist whose medium is, quite literally, a volcano, an artist who travels to exhibitions carrying a volcano with her in a sack. Look at her works from the sides and they’re near-monochromes, but in a way that also suggests vast expanses of lava seen from afar. Move around toward the middle and they open up. Loosen, become active, ever-changing. Swirls and patterns appear, chance and plan, chaos and order.(from i8 Galeri website: www.i8.is)

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