Communication, Memory, And Heritage Are Central To The Work Of Iman Issa
Beginning as a student of political science and philosophy, the work of Issa takes multiple forms, often combining sculpture, text, photography, sound, and video. Whilst the mediums may be varied, one recurring characteristic is the cryptic, investigative nature of her works which typically encounter archaeology, ethnography, and history. In ‘Material’ (2012), Issa’s sculptural works explore the presence and function of ten historic public monuments, all known to the artist from childhood. In the texts accompanying her sculptures, Issa references the monuments but deliberately withholds any visual attribution. Instead, she casts them in new forms, questioning the relationship between the original object and its meaning whilst generating a bond between the monuments of the past…
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