Rachel Kneebone Remember that we sometimes…

Rachel Kneebone: Remember that we sometimes demand definitions for the sake not of content, but of their form. Our requirement is an architectural one: the definition is a kind of ornamental coping that supports nothing.
‘The smoothness the tumescence the milky flow of feminine nudity anticipates a sensation of liquid outpour which itself opens onto death like a window onto a courtyard’
‘But a sort of rupture – in anguish – leaves us at the limit of tears: in such a case we lose ourselves, we forget ourselves and communicate with an elusive beyond’
‘Emerging out of an inconceivable void into the play of beings’, 2014
Porcelain, Dimensions variable
© Rachel Kneebone. Photo © Stephen White Courtesy White Cube

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