This monograph surveys Mary Boochever’s thirty-year career in the visual arts. Through paintings, sculptures, installations and spatial interventions, Boochever has developed a language of color that draws on sources as diverse as the Kabala and Goethe’s Theory of Colors. Her works engage the viewer in an experience of color that is both perceptually immediate and philosophically contemplative. At the heart of her practice is a belief that such experiences of art have the capacity to move one beyond a physical and historical present tense.
As contributor Susan Stoops explains,
Boochever’s artworks allow one to
pass “into an awareness of endless
Susan Stoops, Philip Vanderhyden,
David Shapiro, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe
144 pages, 131 color illustrations