The sculptures by Christiane Löhr result from direct contact with nature, from which also its material is taken: parts of various plants are used for small-format sculptures, or horsehair for floating sculptures reminiscent of intangible tension, whose dimension varies from hand size, room-filling installation. The artist seems to follow a geometry that is intrinsic to the material; so the objects such as miraculous examples of imaginary architecture look surprisingly light and fragile, but at the same time powerful and stable. You seem both familiar and alien, are some tiny and yet a remarkable presence and monumentality. They adapt to the various dimensions of the rooms and make it change this through minimal, but specifically aimed at objectives.
42285 Wuppertal | Germany