Updated: Sep 8
The work of South African artist Kim Lieberman takes us on a journey; seeking to investigate communication and interaction between people her work has an extraordinary global vision which dissects figuratively and at times literally the currency of connection.
Through drawing, sculpture, stitching and lace, Lieberman explores responsibility, generosity and social response. Using deeply significant materials such as money, postage stamps and lace she challenges us to think differently about the meanings we attach to these materials across cultures and time.
It was an absolute pleasure to speak with Kim for this episode as she shares insights into her practice as well as some of her current work which is part of the inaugural exhibition at Finkelstein Gallery in Melbourne, which is on until September 28, 2019.
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You can find out more about Isabel and her work on her website: https://www.kimlieberman.com
Or follow her on Instagram: @kimlieberman_
You can find out more about Finkelstein Gallery via their website: https://finkelsteingallery.com/
Or on Instagram: @finkelsteingallery
Music: "Add And" by Broke for Free www.brokeforfree.com/