Nöle Giulini

sculpture / objekte

In another work, titled Artist’s Statement, Giulini has push-pinned dozens of rubber bands to the wall. Arranged in the form of a text block, the five rows of sagging ellipses take on the quality of coded writing in a greeked alphabet, which gives us the form of language but not its content. It is indeed an artist’s statement. A delicate balance between concept and materials. An elegant recitation of the artist’s classic admonition about the inadequacy of language to yield full meaning. With syllables comprised of only form and color, it spells out the mantra of no content–Let The Work Stand For Itself…

Jake Seniuk in “On Center,” publication of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, vol 1X, No. 5, 1997