An Interview with Tashi BrauenBerlin, Germany
The works of Swiss artist Tashi Brauen are created amid genres.
Between image and sculpture, surface and volume, as well as between different media of artistic expression, Brauen creates expansive installations, picturesque-looking photographs and relief-like wall objects that playfully trace the phenomenon of the surface.
Through his material manipulation, Tashi Brauen opens up a new and unusual view of traditional materials and focuses on their physical properties.
An Interview with Patricia SandonisBerlin, Germany
The works of Berlin based Spanish artist Patricia Sandonis possess a strong political character.
The partly participatory installations, objects, and drawings translate social phenomena into artistic processes. For example, Sandonis deals with the creation and consolidation of collective memory. For this, she has dealt with the conservation of European monuments, and has developed her own artistic language of remembrance.
An Interview with Elisabeth SonneckBerlin, Germany
The Berlin-based artist Elisabeth Sonneck uses painterly means to create exciting color spaces. However, these do not constitute a self-contained illusionistic image, but are directly related to their environment.
In temporary site-specific installations as well as in autonomous pictorial objects, Elisabeth Sonneck's painting emanates from surface and wall, becomes vivid and conquers real space. With minimalist lightness, her works expand artistic boundaries.