"For art berlin contemporary, Rodeh presents a sequence of 21 hand-painted graphic works that trace various work-wear designs, all rendered in the strict format of 50x70x3 cm, and executed on uncoated aluminium sheets. This sequence of works comments on the many variations of graphic visuals which are omnipresent in our daily routine, but become easily avoidable and often overlooked." (press release)
Solo booth art berlin contemporary (abc, 2016) and MiArt Milan (2017) with Grimmuseum, Berlin.
abc included a lecture performance, presented by KubaParis:
Day and Night: A Brief History of High Visibility Clothing
From magic tricks to military tactics, from safety to high
fashion and sports, in her lecture Alona Rodeh traces the parallel evolution and
growth of “high visibility” aesthetics in entertainment and workwear fashion.
Works by order of appearance:
High Visibility, Hand made graphic works: 21 pieces 50x70x3cm each; road marking paints and mixed oil and water based paints on uncoated aluminium.
Car Huggers, a textile work on two cars (collaboration with BMW Mini)
High Visibility Plexiglass edition: 25x35x1cm, plexiglass mounted on MDF
Girl (from the Safe and Sound Poster series), 2015
Documentation: Torben Höke