The exhibition, comprised of 23 works made within the last five years, is composed of two parts representing both the dynamic and static vectors in Rovner’s practice.

Continuing her interest in making site-specific installations, Rovner has responded to the bibliophilic nature of Ivorypress and created works which relate and respond to the written word. Using a compelling mixture of archaeology and the physical format of books as contexts for her kinetic images, Rovner’s works convey themes of historical documentation and record keeping as well as the notion of the written word being a basic instrument to articulate the human condition.