The height of the heels not the depth of the step
Opening Friday 20 February 2009, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Open Thursday – Saturday, 11am Open until Saturday 21 March 2009Open until Saturday 27 September 2008
“...It’s a rather radical PR. Didn’t you want to write something a bit more old fashioned as it’s my first solo show? ...I don’t mind it not being a ‘regular’ PR and I don't think the problem is sharing too much or too little. I like the writing of these texts like the images for the invites – oblique and referential – I just feel that the one you sent me is too much of an inventory and I don’t think the show will feel like that. I think that the sources of the works are removed in some way. I think we should write about the configuration of all of the works and why they are all in the show? ...I think that the configuration is some kind of resistance to the space: two enormous monochromes in a tiny gallery and 17 works in the show. Some works lead to one another and some conceal one another, but each work is completely autonomous to me. I think it will offer a choice while it is actually everything. Do you remember when we talked about why people bother going to see shows when you can see all the images online now? I want there to be an extra value/mode existing through the configuration of works and what is not there physically."
YONATAN VINITSKY (B. 1980, Jerusalem, based in London) will gain his MA Sculpture at Royal College of Art (2009) and gained his BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths College (2006). Vinitsky’s recent group shows include 'Visits to (some)Where', BWA Gallery, Poland (2008), 'Nature Untouched' Tou Scene Gallery, Norway and 'The Third Biennale for Drawing', Jerusalem Artists' House, Israel (both 2007).
Installation view ‘The height of the heels not the depth of the step’, Limoncello
‘Only Knaves Are Modest’, 2009, Laminated Sugar Paper and Assorted Stickers (VHS, Mini-dv, Cassette Tape), Blue Guitar Sticker
‘Keep It Simple’, 2009, Photographic Etching on Screen-Print on Paper
‘The Parrot Speech (Jacques Jacques, Jacques Jacques)’, 2009, Seventeen Pairs of Plaster (Crystical R) Re-casted Jacques Gotko (Yakow Gotkowski) (1900-1943) and Jacques Ochs (1883-1971) Letters, Perspex, Marker Pen
‘in front of. / behind the. (1,2,3)’, 2009, Timber, Screws, Pen, Pencil
Left: ‘15 10 ’91 (Left Window)’, 2009, Gloss Paint (S3560-R90B, 0603-G70Y) on Diffusion Sheet (Frost, F1), Talcum Powder, Aluminium Bracket
Right: ‘15 10 ’91 (Right Window)’, 2009, Gloss Paint (S3560-R90B, 0603-G70Y) on Diffusion Sheet (Frost, F1), Talcum Powder, Aluminium Bracket
‘The height of the heels not the depth of the step’, 2009, Talcum Powder Box, Wood Sticks, Rubber Objects, String, Rubber Bands, Sand, MDF, Plasticine, Glue
‘Jacob, Jacob, Jacob and Joachim Mixing Cement’, 2009, Framed Carbon Drawing on Card Paper
‘Hasty Performance’, 2009, Two Parts Gloss Paint (S5005-B20G, S510-G70Y) on Glassine Paper
‘Daily, Strictly, Testy, Plenty (No. 3-4)’, 2009, 2 x Mild Steel, Plywood, Acrylic Sheet, Blotting Paper, Float Glass (6mm), Porto Slate, Stainless Steel Table Cloth Clips, Spray Paint
‘Inverted Centre (Height Extensions)’, 2009, Brown Tape on Archival Polyester Film (75micr)
Digital Still: ‘Ewa’, 2009, DVD, 4’50"
‘367 / 401 (with hair)’, 2009, Enlarged Found Photocopy, Plastic Sheet
‘Every Day For Us Something New’, 2009, Photographic Etching on Screen-Print on Paper
‘G.S (For S.G, ‘Quand Même’)’, 2009, Photo Album, 25 x Digital Prints
‘One day son, this will all be yours’, 2009, Casio Calculator Watch (CA-53W-1Z) on Stop Watch Mode, Found Wood, Shoe Lace
‘Replace, Replace (Mirrored)’, 2009
Detail view of ‘Replace, Replace (Mirrored)’, 2009