Queen Elizabeth Theatre Art Show - Fish Plasticity Mobiles
QUEEN ELIZABETH ART EXHIBITION - Fish Plasticity Mobiles by Lori Goldberg
Thank you for visiting the exhibition, and welcome to my website.
In Fish Plasticity, I focused on working hands-on with my would-be trash. I construct each fish by sewing together cut pieces of single-use plastic packaging, adhering a variety of broken glass that is painted with specialized reflective acrylic paint and then sealing it in resin. Using a swivel fishing hook and fishing line, the fish is then suspended from the ceiling, and as it gently rotates, the translucency and reflective surfaces are captured by the ambient light exposing the materials and a sense of animation.
Made from materials that will remain on our planet for hundreds of years, these pieces offer a meaningful aesthetic intervention - instead of going to the landfill, they will hang in homes or museums to remind us that what we discard does not disappear.
Please reach out to me with any questions at Lorigoldberg.firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are highlights of my current collection - you are more than welcome to visit me in my studio to see more.
Click here for the first mobile in the Fish Plasticity Mobile series.
Click here for the painting collection from the show.
Click here for the mixed media collection from the series, "Altered Nature".