CURA.

VALERIE KRAUSE
Contiguous Space

Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Rome

Jan 18 – March 1, 2019

 

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As the title suggests, the German artist focuses on the necessary relation between sculpture and space, creating a site specific environment in which a contiguity of volumes, contents, materials and forms questions the hierarchical value of space as a container and sculpture as content. Valerie Krause’s sculptures should certainly be intended as space generators: the installation’s setup underlines the correlation between a multitude of single sculptures and their ability to relate to what is “other from themselves”. In this way, a continuum of visual interactions give birth to a new space, able to state its own specificity. At the same time it’s through this space’s specificity that a sculpture is allowed to live an unprecedented state, sprout by the resonance that surrounds it. In this intricate dialogue between generality and singularity, the viewer’s gaze is constantly called to question its position between the set and the fragments,and between those fragments and the spawned space-continuum. Despite the clashand contrast of highly diverse forms and materials, Valerie Krause creates a unity that exudes an ephemeral atmosphere, invoking a further level of the sculpture’s physicality.

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CREDITS
Courtesy of Rolando Anselmi, Berlin | Rome
Photos by Studio Boys

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