Glue and Honey @ Michal Na'aman. 1975

Publié le par Olivier Lussac

Na'aman Michal Glue and Honey 1975

- NA’AMAN Michal, Glue and Honey, 1975, 8 mm film, silent, color, Haifa Museum of Art Collection.

In Michal Na’aman’s work Glue and Honey (1975), two substances, which form two round puddles on the table, are examined in terms of their relation to the body. In contrast to the hand that sticks to the glue as it dries, the honey-covered hand is licked by Na’aman. In her typically restrained manner, Na’aman creates an ambivalent experience of sweetness and entrapment in sticky substances, which constitute an extension of the body.

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