ocula: frieze los angeles shows to see

Tessa Moldan, Ocula Magazine, February 7, 2020

Israeli-born, New York-based artist Naama Tsabar presents a selection of new sculptures at Shulamit Nazarian that combine parts from instruments such as guitars, harps, banjos, and violins. Reaching into the shallow space behind the gallery wall, these sculptures—titled 'Inversions'—require the participants' physical presence to activate them, and are amplified through various wires, knobs, and connectors in the 'Transition' series, transforming the visual into the sonic.

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