Dominique Paul at Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery

Jonathan Goodman, Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, October 21, 2020

"Canadian artist Dominique Paul works in both Montreal and New York. Her show, “Silent Spring,” visually reiterates the prophetic truth of Rachel Carson’s book of the same name, in which the writer outlines the eventual decline and extinction of birds and other species facing the use of pesticides. This prophecy has become tragically true, and Paul’s wall reliefs, constructed from acrylic and photographic collages of birds and insects, along with the bling we associate with fashionable society--watches and jewelry--comment poignantly on the increasingly fatal destruction of wildlife."

 

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