Entanglement: paintings of rubber bands

“Joanna remakes the flotsam of rubber bands into meaningful forms. In her paintings, the bands are brightly coloured paths of light wound into planet-like spheres, hanging in a black void. Each rubber-band ball can be seen as a kind of mandala, representing the universe; as a small world emerging from darkness; or as accumulations of interactions that make up the rhythm of our days and nights.”

Liz Driver, Curator, Campbell House Museum, Toronto.

More paintings of rubber band balls can be seen in the Entanglement exhibition.