Essay by Snejanka Mihaylova.
Published by Artimo
The human body is perhaps the most integral and integrated part of Yael Davids' work. In it, the body and everyday objects can become so intertwined that the body becomes part of the chair and the chair becomes part of the body; you sew with your fingers and your fingers are sewn. Using her own body and its materials, such as hair and skin, makes the sculptures more alive. Short essays by philosopher Snejanka Mihaylova accompany this first monograph on Davids' performance, installation, and video work.
STATUS: Out of print | 12/11/2007
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