There is something paradoxical about the link between dance and other visual arts. Dance exists not only in three dimensions, but also along an arc of time. Unlike paintings or sculptures, which sit still long enough for us to study and observe them, dance keeps moving.
Article by David Lyman
But ultimately, what fascinates and confounds Greenfield’s viewer is the paradox: the illusion of movement in a still image.
This catalog accompanies a 1987 exhibiton of Lois’ work, organized by The Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery at The University of the Arts, Philidelphia, Pennsylvania; Featuring articles by Stephen Perloff and Deborah Jowitt.