Deep marks

Amit Levinger

Above the hill next to the hot-air balloon

Hayarkon Park, Tel Aviv-Yafo

 

16.7.2021, 15:00 — 20:00

"Deep Marks" is a drawing exhibition featured in the Sculpture Garden of HaYarkon Park and the adjacent Rock Garden. Amit Levinger's gendered drawings are characterized by expressive hatched graphics. The small personal notes in the series "Blood" were made using red pens in his flat between lockdowns, and deal with catastrophic images of bleeding vegetation. Alongside this move, the former-football artist uses a section of grass the size of a football pitch as a substrate for a large-scale drawing that is about to disappear: Levinger draws a huge silhouette of an abstract ghost, using a lawn-mower, leaving deep marks on the surface. The work Ghost / Ameba can be seen in its entirety from the hot-air balloon nearby.

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Blood

2020-2021

Pens on paper, mixed media mobiles

30x21 cm

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Anesthesia and Rebirth / I've Been Waiting for Her

Sound work, iPod, amplifiers, tent

Variable dimensions, 35 min

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Ghost / Ameba

2021

Large-scale drawing made with a lawn-mower

Variable dimensions