orly genger : 'whole' exhibition at indianapolis museum of art
orly genger : 'whole' exhibition at indianapolis museum of art orly genger : 'whole' exhibition at indianapolis museum of art
jan 04, 2009

orly genger : 'whole' exhibition at indianapolis museum of art

orly genger’s ‘whole’ installation
all images © indianapolis museum of art

orly genger: whole exhibition
at: indianapolis museum of art, USA

on now until june 14, 2009

new york based artist orly genger has created ‘whole’, a site-specific installation at indianapolis museum of art. known for transforming common nylon climbing rope into elaborate monumental sculptures this is her largest project to date. the installation incorporates thousands of feet of rope, which genger hand knots, paints and stacks creating immense sculptures. ‘whole’ evokes the normally intimate processes of knitting and crocheting, yet expands them to a newly epic scale.

‘whole’ installation

shorter sculptures of ‘whole’ are placed on the floor

orly genger with her ‘whole’ installation



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