Nöle Giulini

sculpture / objekte

At Paula Anglim, four artists shared the space. The most compelling work in the gallery was indisputably Nöle Giulini’s installation of a suite of dried banana skins, each with its own meticulously constructed, bandage like shroud-cumcarrying case. Horrifyingly attractive, these withered fetish-like lumps suggest voodoo, or maybe the pious preservation of some peculiar portion of saintly anatomy…

Artspace Magazine: On the Scene: San Francisco, Sept/Oct 1992