• Rhonda Zwillinger

    Galleria Murnik

    To embellish means to make something more beautiful, and Rhonda Zwillinger embellishes the panorama of everyday life, with its furniture and mass-produced household goods. The way she embellishes ordinary objects is so extreme that it cannot be defined as “decoration,” but rather constitutes an esthetic statement per se. Above all, Zwillinger deals with the issues of low versus high art and the separation of domestic objects from art objects. Furthermore, she questions other esthetic stereotypes, particularly sexual ones, and contrasts female archetypes with the male archetypes that have been

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