We are pleased to present you a selection of some of the currently available works by our artists.

Benja Sachau, Journal No 2, 2018, typewriter ink on paper, 50 × 37 cm
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Benja Sachau, Journal No 4, 2018, typewriter ink on paper, 50 × 37 cm
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Benja Sachau, Journal No 8, 2018, typewriter ink on paper, 50 × 37 cm
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In his series Journal #1 to #9 (2018) Benja Sachau explores the limits of language and writing and the possibilities of communication. Together the works construct an experimental magazine whose letters and words are cyphered and abraded with type levers. The content is made up of excerpts from the Unabomber Manifesto, personal notes, diary entries, warnings from specialists on AI, an anonymous text about the dangers of transhumanism and the power apparatus of Silicon Valley. The result are illegible texts that become abstract images whilst adopting an analog and subversive character.

Klara Hobza, Zahnwuchs im Kinderkiefer, Jahr 6, 2020, pencil on paper, 40 x 40 cm
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Drawing is Klara Hobza’s medium to understand and to come to terms with the world. To her, this medium comes closest to and most directly represents the process of artistic observation, thinking and articulation. Hobza’s drawings continue the long tradition of nature study. Content wise, Hobza’s current work is heavily concerned with Homo sapiens as animal species.

Paloma Proudfoot, I Once Was As You Are, 2021, glazed ceramic, 38 × 17 × 7 cm
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Paloma Proudfoot, What Happened To Flying Dreams I, 2021, glazed ceramic, 26 × 13 × 1 cm
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In applying her knowledge and interest in clothing, textile and fabrics, Paloma Proudfoot imbues her organic ceramic works with corporeality. Key to any item of clothing is that it can be wearable, and though often Proudfoot’s sculptures appear just that, upon closer inspection it is clear there has been a mutation. Her works appeal to a sense of uncertain familiarity while at the same time offering an exploration of expectations of the body.

Camilla Steinum, Beater, 2017, bronze, 74 × 25 cm, unique edition
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Camilla Steinum, Beater, 2017, bronze, 74 × 25 cm, unique edition
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Camilla Steinum, Beater, 2017, bronze, 74 × 25 cm, unique edition
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Camilla Steinum focuses on the material quality of objects, textiles and metal frameworks themselves, exploring the possibilities of their manipulation. In this particular series, Beaters (2017), the artist used wood carpet-beaters and cast them into bronze. Thereby, completely altering the materiality of both the original wood beater, which burned, and in doing giving the original object new substance – bronze and solidity.

Shahin Afrassiabi, THE CONSTRUCTION OF REALITY, 2019, gouache on paper, 40.5 × 34 cm
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Shahin Afrassiabi, UNTITLED, 2019, charcoal and pastel on paper, 46 × 36 cm
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Shahin Afrassiabi’s fascination with the distinction between the allegorical method of interpretation versus the literal one (originally related to the hermeneutics of the bible) appears to be manifested in his work. In his paintings, the same figures, such as circles, spheres, vertical lines, reappear in different constellations each time depicting different real-world things. The repetition of these forms is a constant reminder of the paintings’ hard reality as object and surface.

Matthias Dornfeld, untitled (flowers?), 2021, oil on canvas, 100 × 75 cm
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Working in the medium of painting, Matthias Dornfeld has developed a highly recognizable visual aesthetic. The artist uses his longtime interest in classical subjects such as landscapes, portraits or still lives as starting points for his works, which are characterized by bright colors and a quick, strong brush stroke. Layer upon layer, Dornfeld then heavily alters these primary elements on the canvas, analytically choosing limitations within which he creates paintings that embrace different levels of abstractions, carrying an intentional child-like character. By doing so, Dornfeld actively breaks free from academic constraints and opens up a space in his paintings in which psychologically and art-historically heavily loaded discourses meet seemingly naïve subjects, irony and mysticism.

 

Eli Cortiñas, The Body is The House, The House is But Haunted I, 2021, mixed media on paper, 34.5 × 27.5 cm
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Eli Cortiñas, The Body is The House, The House is But Haunted II, 2021, mixed media on paper, 34 × 26.5 cm
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Eli Cortiñas’ video montages, collages and object arrangements suggest new and different meanings to appropriated and edited footage, in order to debunk myths and hegemonic narratives, as the artist of Cuban descent states. This method of “editing as writing” generates a mixed feeling of both identification and alienation. A deep dive into psychological, aesthetic and societal questions, Eli Cortiñas manages to create an ambiguous and affirmative transparency within her work inviting her audience to explore power, memory and politics.

Grace Weaver, The Skirt, 2021, watercolor on paper, 30 × 27 cm
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Grace Weaver, The Skirt, 2021, watercolor on paper, 30 × 27 cm
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Grace Weaver, The Skirt, 2021, watercolor on paper, 30 × 27 cm
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Grace Weaver sketches the longings of her generation – observations of everyday life meet subtle self-reflection and precise drawings indulgent chromaticity. Weaver’s watercolors focus on a cast of characters, the individual figures have an intimate monumentality that appears tangible. Weaver captures ever-changing moods with precision in fluidly radiant colors. Lightly, her figures can dissolve into sadness, float pensively, or joyfully attain lucid stances. Painted alla prima, the inherent element of chance brings forth unexpected forms and color bleeds. Thus, her watercolors resemble diary-like entries taking place in the “now”.