In Naama’s artwork, she showcases the handmade creation and process of cutting and pasting, using cheap and derelict materials. In “Architexture” Roth imitates different kinds of wood, marble and bricks to create imaginary constructions, layered with a variety of artificial textures. A sophisticated game of structures, shapes, colors, textures and optical illusions, works to create together a sort of fantasy. Roth explains the method to her mesmerizing madness as, “I start building from the materials, the final image never leads the creative process”.
Naama Roth, the Tel Aviv-based artist, graduated from the prestigious Shenkar Arts college in 2015. This is her first solo show after her graduation show. Roth has also been exhibited by Circle1 Gallery in Berlin.
The names gives just a hint to all the depth of her work, Naama challenges the viewer to question, as she puts it, “what is real and what is a imitation, just the surface”. Naama Roth’s “Architexture” creates a visual experience by deconstructing the notion of a finished project and exposing the raw elements of composition.
“Architexture” features never-before-seen works by the artist created specifically for the exhibition.
Wed-Thu, 12pm-6pm, Fri-Sat, 11am-2pm (or by appointment)
By Carola Talesnik