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Drummer did not require displays of bravura, but rather clear evocations of the pathos and inevitability of disaster.
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).
The title refers to a honeymoon resort with special fantasy suites decked out in the most outrageously configured evocations of middle-class sexual fantasy, from the usual jungle setting to, of all things, a locker room.
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.
Jan Kerouac wrote in much the same style as her father, with ``very vivid sensory evocations,'' Nicosia said.
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.
Kolding's collages (all works 2000), grouped in sequences of four sheets each or pinned as single sheets directly to the wall, combine starkly juxtaposed black-and-white photocopies of details of functionalist and Brutalist architecture with pop references and evocations of the suburban housing of Kolding's childhood and youth in Copenhagen during the '70s and '8os.
These evocations of ephemeral or natural entities echoed architectural elements and the human bodies on the scene.
Either way, they remain evocations of an absent original.