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Dreams of My Father 2

Lisa Schulte
2017
Free-form neon shapes
35.0054.00

Lisa Schulte (Lives and works in Los Angeles). Working with a singular dedication to her medium, Schulte creates simple, often light-hearted artworks that center around her manipulation of neon tubes. Quintessential to several of her bodies of work is a nostalgia for the recent past—a glorifying of the out-of-date, but somehow still persistent symbols of our yesterdays. Neon light could itself be classified in this way, and much of Shulte’s formal choices do indeed reflect long past decades more strongly than our more recent past, but as the wheel turns, and the cycle of fashion and aesthetics spirals back to the 80s and 90s, contemporary thought and taste are back in alignment with Schulte’s persistent and ongoing interests. Her most recent work seems attuned to this temporal anomaly, with an updated visual and material vocabulary that references the past pointedly, but refrains from being anchored to it, instead producing works that touch time but float above it. Shulte’s exhibits regularly in the Los Angeles area, including recent exhibitions at the Museum of Light Art and work commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

 
 
 

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Lisa Schulte (Lives and works in Los Angeles). Working with a singular dedication to her medium, Schulte creates simple, often light-hearted artworks that center around her manipulation of neon tubes. Quintessential to several of her bodies of work is a nostalgia for the recent past—a glorifying of the out-of-date, but somehow still persistent symbols of our yesterdays. Neon light could itself be classified in this way, and much of Shulte’s formal choices do indeed reflect long past decades more strongly than our more recent past, but as the wheel turns, and the cycle of fashion and aesthetics spirals back to the 80s and 90s, contemporary thought and taste are back in alignment with Schulte’s persistent and ongoing interests. Her most recent work seems attuned to this temporal anomaly, with an updated visual and material vocabulary that references the past pointedly, but refrains from being anchored to it, instead producing works that touch time but float above it. Shulte’s exhibits regularly in the Los Angeles area, including recent exhibitions at the Museum of Light Art and work commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

 
 
 
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LANA CARLSON is an international curator who started her career in Paris and St. Petersburg after receiving an education at the Sorbonne and School of Louvre. As founder and director of Modern Art Gallery, Lana has curated numerous exhibitions and participated in art fairs around the world. Lana also curated and produced the first ever state museums exhibitions of Auguste Rodin in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.

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