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Tara Fadenrecht

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You Must Be Mistaken, 2008 Steel, Resin, Glass Eyes 45" X 35" X 15" © Bill Burlingham 2008
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Exposed, Installation detail, 2009 Hand-woven Polypropylene and Steel Strapping, Video, Sound, Fabric 55'L X 9.5'H X 18'W © Tara Fadenrecht, 2009
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Exposed, Installation detail, 2009 Hand-woven Polypropylene and Steel Strapping, Video, Sound, Fabric 55'L X 9.5'H X 18'W © Tara Fadenrecht, 2009
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Plasmodium, Installation Detail, 2009 Steel, Fabric, Video 8'L X 9.5'H X 8.5' W © Bill Burlingham 2008
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Gotcha, detail, 2008 Hand-woven Steel Wire, Glass Eyes, Nickel, Fish Hooks, Acrylic 81" X 10" X10" © Bill Burlingham 2008
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Divulgence, 2010 Hand-woven Polypropylene and Steel Strapping, Video, Fabric Variable © 2010
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installation, abstract, sculpture
Statement

Tara Fadenrecht’s work is concerned with protection and vulnerability, often constructing structures resembling cages to represent both positive and negative attributes of security.  While the cage acts as a protective barrier against danger and environmental threats, it also imprisons the inhabitant.  Whether the influences of external sources, such as family, spouses and the media have formed and helped to imprison one within these cages, ultimately these structures are of one’s own design.  The individual is not completely fulfilled within these self-made cages, yet there is a type of comfort with a knowable discomfort.