Mira Schor at CB1
Roche meets with Schor and recalls earlier exhibitions of her work as she describes this exhibition as a surprisingly optimistic body of work.
In “Chthonic Garden,” the avatar has come into her own, inhabiting a lusher, more narrative realm, where handwritten words share her space, which may be above or below the horizon, or even inverted. “There is no upside down, we’re living in a topsy-turvy world,” Schor remarked in her well-attended gallery talk on opening night.
|Mira Schor, Reversible Painting: Map, 2013|
Ink and oil on gesso on linen, 28" x 24"
|Mira Schor, Underground Garden, 2013, oil on linen, 24" x 45|