Interview with Michal Raz, Graduate of Slade School of Fine Art, London, about her current exhibition at art space NEXUS, powered by RPR ART
Ruth Polleit Riechert (RPR): What was most important to your artistic career in 2019?
Michal Raz (MR): When I reflect on the year that has passed, so many things happened. I guess the most important thing is the development of my practice, finding new ways of expression and being present in the dynamic process. One important experience I had was taking part in a two person show in Mumbai, India. I am very grateful for all that has happened in 2019, and curious to see what 2020 will bring.
RPR: What is the title of your exhibition and why?
MR: The Weather Where I Am Not. This is the name of the series. In short, it has to do with migrating from Tel Aviv to London.
RPR: Anything you would like to express with your artworks?
MR: I am interested in creating physical structures, which obscure and reveal one another, break established orders and that is simultaneously lyrical and awkward, arbitrary and purposeful.
RPR: What are your plans for 2020?
MR: At the moment I would like to focus on making a new series of works. I have a few shows planned and I am feeling very excited!
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