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Rosemarie Chiarlone
Miami Beach, FL



Tangled
Mylar, ink
Var. Dim. (5 panels) 103" x 42"
2009

   



Flying Solo
Pin-hole size punctures on paper
10" x 15.5" x 1.5"
2009

   

My work explores controversial social issues concerning women and relationships in the 21st century. Currently, I am addressing the physical and psychological boundaries of human connectedness and the impact of its loss in the several contexts, both individually and within a larger societal scope. These works deal with sexual objectification, the role of sexuality and sexual identity within society, and the breakdown of connection. I am addressing the physical and psychological boundaries of human connectedness and the impact of its loss in the several contexts, both individually and within a larger societal scope. This is explored in two and three dimensional works, video, book art and installations employing diverse materials and media.



Rosemarie Chiarlone's work appeared in the following exhibition(s) organized by The Center for Book Arts
Threads: Interweaving Textu[r]al Meaning
 Organized by: Lois Morrison, Artist and Independent Curator; and Alexander Campos, Executive Director of The Center for Book Arts.
Enmaranda
(2007) Embroidery, thread, pelon
Poetry by Susan Weiner
Book Makers
 Center for Book Arts first five years
Vortex
(1979) Handmade Nepalese paper on zig-zag hinge, with diminishing cut-out.

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