Five metres of looped handmade hemp and asphalt-rubber rope hang in drooping arcs from the ceiling of the Zacheta National Gallery of Art in Warsaw. Below, suspended by a series of cables also attached to the ceiling, is a large rusting structure hovering half a metre or so above the gallery floor – 25 metal hoops connected to form a tunnellike frame. This installation – the rope titled Arena (2014), the suspended sculpture Turba, Turbo (2015) – was Iza Tarasewicz’s…
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