Azadeh Shladovsky

Unscene

Unscene

In UNSCENE, Shladovsky experiments with preconceived visual associations and plays with unexpected optical input. As she says, “it seemed natural to engage in this experiment through the medium of film, because the process presented another layer of visual decision-making, namely that of the filmmaker. “ Shladovsky’s last two collections have explored juxtapositions in materiality and the tensions that ensue, intended to provoke a sensory reaction and challenge the way in which furniture is perceived, defined and felt; visually, physically and emotionally. With UNSCENE, the sensorial aspect of Shladovsky’s work has moved into a more focused study of visual perception.