roots by Tali Neeman-sabo


Title of work Roots
Size of work ( either cm or inches) 188x160x50 cm

Style: installation
Technique, Medium & material used Acrylic on canvas, roots, wood, pieces of clothing

Date work was completed (only submit work of the current year) 1.7.13

6 Comments on “roots by Tali Neeman-sabo”

  1. I believe this is a powerful installation representing various qualities of earth and symbolized by the roots! Next time could you please send some various view points so that I can see all around the installation. Thanks so much for your submission and I really look forward to seeing more of your creations!

  2. The overall effect of this installation is emotionally disturbing. The installation generates an immediate emotional response of terror and fear. Death, torture and torment. The use of colour exacerbates the terrifying effect. Interestingly the installation is named roots, the installation leads the imagination to the visualisation of a civilian at war, maybe torn from his country, tortured but still fighting? This artist is exceptionally talented to install such strong emotional effects on the viewer.

    • Dear Pauline, You really got my idea and i’m very pleased. Sometimes, roots can be dislocated, through terror, fear, or other means. this can happen in a war or in other circumstances that cause roots to be disconnected. Thanks for your comments. Tali

  3. Roots ; how important is the concept!; everyone seeks the root; Mixed Media is really praise worthy. But it needs more treatment to project the theme

  4. Not often I see a work online I want to take home with me. This is infectious. It is a fabulous work in so many ways. A visual delight and an intellectual banquet. Wonderful to see conceptual minds are still alive and thriving. Congratualtions. Excellent.

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