Senior Exhibition 2010: Olga Grigorenko
In her printmaking, Grigorenko uses ink, a flyswatter and pages torn from a phone book to demonstrate how ordinary objects can be transformed “from the almost imperceptible to the visually active” by the viewer’s perception. “It was within the very limitations of my materials,” she says, “that I found an astonishing yet subtle world of complexity and variability.”
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