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Artwork: Chasing Waterfalls by Artist Denise Treizman in Context
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Artwork: Chasing Waterfalls by Artist Denise Treizman Cropped

48″ x 36


Chasing Waterfalls
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Denise utilized multiple materials such as markers, pencils, ink spray paint, charcoal, and tape to create this composition of vibrantly hued marks. Interested in the process of mark making, she gradually builds each canvas, adding layers of colors and textured materials. 

Denise Treizman
Born: Chile

Denise Treizman is a New York City-based artist who creates sculptures, installation-based works, and paintings from discarded materials. For Denise, the city is the ultimate creative source, providing her with an unending supply of eclectic and everyday objects. Her work questions pervasive consumer culture and waste by re-appropriating overlooked and underutilized materials into playful and unexpected works of art. By recontextualizing “worthless” objects—old tires, car bumpers, and other fragments found in the trash—Denise not only challenges preconceived notions around what constitutes art, but also human’s use, and subsequent disuse, of objects and the built environment. 

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