Exhibition 42 – Kate Genever

Exhibition 42 features two Biro drawings, on found book pages, from the set I no longer fear the invisible, I’m terrified by reality / Blind faith?
Kate says: I bought the torn-from-a-book-pages in a small shop in Venice. Using a black biro I scribbled over the religious characters represented to cover all but their tender hands. Hands that without their wider context become non-gendered and symbols of worry, protection and power that exist in all of us. I rather think of them as a trinity, where the white hands acts as metaphors for the current biases and issues surrounding Venice and the approaches of fear, faith, fortitude, being lived out there today by residents and supporters alike. Approaches that I could argue are all attempts at freedom.
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