Ariel Reichman | PSM
For a studio visit with a conceptual artist, the premise of ours with Ariel Reichman may sound underwhelming: a stark white room in Tel Aviv seen through the lens of a pixilated Skype video call. But as I realize Ariel is the type of artist I will learn more from listening to than following around a space, our discussion makes up for the restrictive setting. I am immediately whisked away by the ease with which he speaks about himself and his work, how he smoothly transitions from one thought to the next, picking up a new topic and running with it. Similarly, his process isn’t strict or structured; his studio can be anything from a neglected empty space for three months, to overflowing and chaotic.
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