Sunday, January 3, 2016

Lorene Taurerewa, works in private collections....

Lorene Taurerewa, charcoal dust on paper, James Wallace Art Collection, 2015

Memory does not make meanings as our conscious mind would. It has formed weird relationships, according to choices of emotion, instinct, and sensation. Therefore the meanings of memory are sensible, not comprehensible – they have to be sensed, not comprehended, to be understood. Understanding is something deeper, quieter and longer-lasting than rational comprehension: when the mind comprehends something it moves on to other matters; when it understands, it forms a lasting connection with a truth, and brings companionship to comfort the loneliness of the adult-child in the picture.

Represented by ROOM ARTSPACE NYC

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