Lee Materazzi | Roughly Cut a Smooth Curved Line
"Across walls, floors, rigid corners, in folds, bent over - looking for the space, the movement-moment where form changes its outline, existing as new, as is.
Activating the body as a medium, choosing autonomy- play of objectification/ body
politics/ female sexuality. Alongside color, composition, texture change, surface
variation, contrast of shapes, angles, curves, spatial relationships, harmoniously
Moving closer to a particular hue or movement - adding or taking away to compliment,
contradict, question; slightly grayish-lilac shades following a hip, torn edges of smokey
teal, emerald green found on the floor.
The arrangements and acts are considered sculpturally, but exist only temporarily. And,
when everything is exact - it changes. Building an elaborate environment only to break
it down to what is essential. Yielding to the space, the process, the abstraction.
A line that deviates, rolls over you, a wave." - Lee Materazzi