Marina Kelly – Reverie


“Reverie”, Aluminum, tool and die bits, latex, wax, chalk, plastic, paper, 60″ x 36″, 2014, NFS


Reverie’ is a work of material poetry. An installation of devised and re-constituted objects, the piece is composed of inherited tool & die bits, latex, wax, chalk, plastic and paper. Closer to size, closer to section, closer to straight, closer to smooth…

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m_kelly_2014Marina Kelly is an interdisciplinary artist who designs situations that bring people together; creating intimate occasions, site responsive performances, live art tableaux, looping videos and sculptural installations. She completed her MFA in time-based art from The University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2012. Marina debuted a new public sound installation, Asylum, along with frequent collaborator Megan Katz in May 2014 at the bicycle/ pedestrian underpass at Tenney Park in Madison, Wisconsin. A new collaborative, intimate performance work, Helix Duette (a collaboration with the life model Ruby Tingle) was featured at ArtFunkl in Manchester in the United Kingdom.

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