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"Jared Ginsburg’s studio practice offers a repertoire of hesitations and inventions, a material study of perhaps and what if. With sculptures, video works, drawings and prints — or, as the artist says, with remains, traces, instruments, and devices — Ginsburg notates the time spent making, discarding, and making again. In Ginsburg’s studio, everything presents itself as potential material; off-cuts and waste, even old and forgotten artworks, are repurposed and reimagined as ‘found objects’. This is perhaps most evident in his kinetic sculptures, which carry traces of their previous lives as other wor ...
An ongoing series of sculptural drawings composed of bamboo, rubber and string, the Hanging Drawings began as an attempt to translate an ink drawing into three-dimensional space, and soon they became exercises in composition in and of themselves. In an attempt to solve a problem of storing eight individual pieces, the suspended drawings were hung together in a group on a rack against the wall. This chance layering of the drawings produced a moment wherein new compositional possibilities were realised, and the installation at
"Lines come to rest in Ginsburg’s Hanging Drawings, fashioned from strips of black rubber suspended in frames with lengths of string. The potential for movement, however, remains; the works easily rehung and redrawn, each composition uncertain and unstable. As such, these ‘drawings’ describe only two variations among countless others." - Lucienne Bestall, 2018