Downstairs chambers

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The sculpture downstairs chambers brings the window into the room and separates a before and a behind. It uses the principle of a screen and leads the intimate moment of being unobserved into the absurd. Mouth-blown flat glass made of antique glass meets industrially colored panes, which were processed by Jeschkelanger. Together they talk about the tension between art and function.

Year of production: 2018
Materials: steal, glass, acrylic galss, ceramics, fur, toilettpaper, wallpaper glue, watercolor, pigments, wax, latex
Images by: Carolin & Gernot Seeliger, Jeschkelanger