01.09. – 31.12.2018
Talk by Dr. Daniel Kletke, art historian, with the artist on December 1st, 2018
Renate Wolff uses linear, two-dimensional shapes in her spatial drawings in such a way that the viewer is denied the clarity of positive and negative elements and directs perception towards the unexpected. Adapter-like shapes, which could be relics of an original entity, take up a constantly changing connection with the space and the wall. In addition, the specific material quality of the velvet foil generates moments of spatial illusion.
“In the end, however, my work is based on ‘ingredients’, packaging materials from the bakery, a final rounding-off moment, in which the viewer can look forward to a loaf of bread still to be unwrapped.”
einszueins – Kunst in der køniglichen Backstube is a project by Kati Gausmann.