Nicole Cohen sells a selection of digital artworks at UNPAINTED.
In Cohen’s collages, which are de-constructed from vintage interior design magazines, the viewer slowly pieces together the imagery into a new order. These works reference Abstract Expressionism, particularly the work of David Smith and Mark di Suvero, as Cohen creates phantom-like minimalist sculptures that emerge from the images. Inspired by her fascination with interiors and how we relate to them, the artist has editioned large-scale prints where the viewer simultaneously sees the vintage imagery as well as their own reflection, effectively allowing them to enter the space. These prints also reference the fleeting nature of technology as the rooms are populated with once state of the art electronics, such as tube televisions with video news feed capabilities, VCRs, and stereo components, all now outdated and obsolete.
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