Time will Tell

Leah Rosenberg’s work consists of thick layers of acrylic folded together into book-like objects. Her paintings are time and process-based works that combine elements of layering, systems of accrual, and color. These layers of paint function as a way to mark the passage of time, but also reveal the paints’ inherent materiality as it begins to take on its own shape. She selects the colors based on personal systems, sometimes based on the text from a book that she's reading or lyrics of a song, or the colors of the clothing worn by people who visit her studio throughout that day. Each work is the result of a ritualized routine that raises a question, which in turn leads to the next work.
See more of Leah's work here.

Found via Pattern Pulp