Rochelle Feinstein

Rochelle Feinstein Late Early
Late Early, 2019
Digital printing, coloured pencil, adhesive tape, cardboard
43,2 x 36,8 cm
1/5
5.200 €
Rochelle Feinstein Late Early
Late Early, 2019
Digital printing, coloured pencil, adhesive tape, cardboard
43,2 x 36,8 cm
2/5
5.200 €
Rochelle Feinstein Late Early
Late Early, 2019
Digital printing, coloured pencil, adhesive tape, cardboard
43,2 x 36,8 cm
3/5
5.200 €
Rochelle Feinstein Late Early
Late Early, 2019
Digital printing, coloured pencil, adhesive tape, cardboard
43,2 x 36,8 cm
4/5
5.200 €
Rochelle Feinstein Late Early
Late Early, 2019
Digital printing, coloured pencil, adhesive tape, cardboard
43,2 x 36,8 cm
5/5
5.200 €

God / DOG. The dog’s last wish is to fly upside down. The dog liked to listen to techno – she imagined it German, but it was from Detroit. It was by a man who wrote for the cars there, songs for American highways. The dog dreams of the highway. The dog is god, but I said that already. How else does a dog fly with rainbows upside down in a sedan conjuring a future we all long for? This is the future of which she dreams: a world without Trump. And she has hopes too, like the driving, like silver sedans, like the autobahn. But, our world is upside down, and the dog, the god, she rights it. Now head out the window the green, green world whips by. Detroit techno blares from the stereo system. In that too come thoughts about modernism, abstraction, the road systems, order, the Enlightenment, Kant, production lines and Rousseau. Because, the dog is god.

Jennifer Kabat