AS FAR AS I CAN REACH
group exhibition at Quartair, June 2018
curated by Marilou Klapwijk
Liza Wolters' works in the group show AS FAR AS I CAN REACH bring three given elements together that are entirely unrelated at first glance: Quartair's physical space, Liza’s grandmother who's fallen down, and a recent conversation she had with an acquaintance. Through association, these three inputs – the space, the fall and the conversation – feed directly into a new series of works. Instead of reaching for something higher, she aims to concentrate on what is, for now.
The titles of the works refer to the possibilities and impossibilities involved in this. Including all attempts, wishes, desires and expectations.
Works in order of appearance:
1 & 2. A Certain Someone told me that if I want to get things done, I need to start living like a Great Athlete. I decided not to (for now).
facade flag, 150 x 100 cm
3. Who’s Afraid of White, Blue, Yellow, Black, Green, and Red?
Five pillars, of which two temporarily added ones,
on the floor a hint to This is The Sky”, said The Limit
4. a hint to This is The Sky”, said The Limit
5. to Never do it again (Forever)
Photograph printed on voile, 140 x 210 cm
6. “This is The Sky”, said The Limit
Photograph of the sky on that exact same place, a few days earlier, in reaction to the banister that was already present Photograph printed on aluminium, 120 x 200 cm