Hadar Kleiman

presented by R/SF projects

Hadar Kleiman

Mall Wall, 2016

Lumber, plastic laminate, house paint, plaster, hydrocal, ink, found objects, borax, marble, tempered glass, metal trim, spotlight, marble, velvet, and Corkcomfort floating floor

Mall Wall (2016), is a monolithic interpretation of a storefront, encasing a faux-marble torso, Borax-concocted ‘crystal’ skull, and miscellaneous found paraphernalia. Its illuminated display evokes Dutch still

lifes and gilded jewelry store displays, and is embedded in a mismatched faux stone slabs, to suggest Capitalism as culture’s most deeply embedded ideology.

This Special Project is presented by R/SF projects (Booth B7).