The beautifully fragile

"The only intactness I will achieve in
my life is a shard"– Unknown

 

Plaster loves water. Once they meet, they unite to a miracle of forms. Both contribute equally to this symbiosis with their distinctive property and strength. They flow and solidify. In this way, they find a way together and stay where you like it. Sometimes they leave them to chance, sometimes they give you directions. But as strong as they are in their relationship to each other, they are weak to the outside world. Highly fragile and rarely destined for eternity. Most of the time, the only thing that remains is a shard. A fragment. A reminder. A beginning. 

Unseen
Exhibitionview: Kunsthallte Luzern 2012
Groupexhibition: am rande des blickfeldes lauert die unschärfe
                                     (at the edge of the field of vision lurks the blurriness)

Serie:
Alles was du siehst nur
Abglanz ist von Ungsehenem

2012

Plaster, Graphit

Exhibitionview:  Schindler Siedlung Emmen 2012
Groupexhibition: Der Zustand (stage of...)

The walls and floor of the room were framed with a large amount of plaster. When the gypsum binds the water, heat is generated that also warmed up the room due to the large quantities. The shards were only held to the wall by the plaster
the one or other object fell to the ground during the exhibition.

Serie:
Alles was du siehst nur
Abglanz ist von Ungsehenem

2012

Plaster, Graphit

Topographische Schraffuren

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