Page 37 - RMIT Catalogue 2017
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Talia Haber
talia.haber@hotmail.com
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The transcendence of Talia’s work emerges from the repetitive nature of her drawing process. The work together positions the observer to question the in nite capacity for mark making, and
its extension beyond the borders of the pages. The works play with the relationship between the esoteric and the obvious. When contemplated pragmatically, the lines become nothing more
than marks on a  at surface. However, this is superceded by
the conceptual spaces beyond the paper, as well as the material spaces and the physical spaces in which the work occupies.
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Bits of Light and Dark
watercolour on paper 66cm x 101.6cm
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Lines Which Make Up A Circle
watercolour on paper 66cm x 101.6cm
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Untitled #1
pen on paper 122cm x 180cm
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