Kevin Ware, Heather Tietsort, and Shannon Mitchell put across her evocations
of carnal hunger and betrayal with poise, precision, and great dramatic intensity.
The abstraction and the manner in which solid forms are massed, cut and stacked recall Gill's pueblo evocations
. Contrapuntal planes of sunwashed colours, soft against brilliance of grass and flowers, evoke southerly latitudes -- and Barragan's abstract deployment of desert colours.
of both historical and individual memory were followed by a large, absolutely empty room illuminated by daylight.
But the world has altered, and now these evocations
have an old-fashioned resonance.
These ranged from Guillermo Kuitca's two large canvases, broody evocations
of loss, displacement, and obliteration, to Kendell Geers's artfully arranged heap of sixty flashing red emergency beacons (Cry Wolf, 1999).
Drummer did not require displays of bravura, but rather clear evocations
of the pathos and inevitability of disaster.
Anyone wondering why should look at his early work, with its ecstatic evocations
of peasant life, a world suddenly seen as the crucible of an entirely new visual language.
For in their wake one could not help but view the corporate corridors as afterimages of the heightened phenomenological spaces constructed by Minimalist practice, the workers' slow march of drudgery as evocations
of the bodily performances that such spaces required.