Two years after his exhibition “Obscurity of Oblivion”, artist Rami Ater returns to The Artists House, this time with an Artist Wall – a fragment from his future exhibition “MASA”
Objects are mounted on the wall, all made up of grotesque ironwork figures, flat, coarsely processed, with vague gender identification.
The various objects reflect segments in a character’s life journey.
Working on this project, Ater moves away from his comfort zone of a multi-dimensional space, to be challenged by being confined to a single wall – an object in itself, that requires attention.
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Rami Ater, born 1960, Israeli artist, sculptor, focuses on abstract and symbolistic iron sculpting. Ater sculpts in iron, often with touches of brass. By applying techniques of his own development of heat and merging of substances, his sculpture is shaping texture and color, adding layers to his...