Natasha Frisch practice commonly involves the use of modest materials such as tracing paper, double-sided tape and fishing line to construct models and installations that closely approximate everyday objects and sites. In Hill End Frisch plans to develop independent site-specific installations that mimic flora from the local landscape and engage with the historic site. These delicate paper constructions will reflect on and question our concerns for a rapidly changing environment, and challenge the viewer's perception of what is and what is not an art object.
IMAGES: (L to R) Natasha Frisch, Since I Met You #1, 2010, Type C Photograph, 39cmx 60cm. Natasha Frisch, Since I Met You #2, 2010, Type C Photograph, 39cmx 60cm. MENU IMAGE: Natasha Frisch, Gone…, 2003, Polypropylene, polystyrene, sound, halogen lights, 120cm H x variable.