Dana Yoeli

by Alison Roberts | 25.04.16


Rooted in identity and personal history, Yoeli’s works function as aesthetic monuments, paying homage to the space and time held by the artist; her place in the socio-political world.

Thematically, Yoeli’s series remain united through memory, while the visual concept of each series varies drastically. Her works range from delicately arranged wreaths of flora to brutalist-like slabs of concrete. The materials used by the artist deliberately challenge our unconscious gendering of the very elements she employs.

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The Artist’s works explore past and present, placing the individual at the epicenter of these forces. Despite finding inspiration from her own history, Yoeli’s pieces remain universal.

the relief | Instagram @danayoeli


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