Claudia Busching, Andrew Stonyer, Pomona Zipser
18.1.2020 – 2. 8. 2020
Center for Contemporary Art, Gallery ground floor
The exhibition “Not only in Space, but also in Time” combines the sculptural approaches of three sculptors into a three-dimensional space of experience consisting of sculpture, light installation and drawing. The artists focus on the construction and deconstruction of ideas and concepts of space. In their site-specific works, they investigate the interrelation between space and time.
Claudia Busching structures the sequence of the long corridors of the Old Barracks over a length of around 80 metres by linear arrangements of black bamboo poles. The result is a walk-through continuum of loose arrangements and selective condensations. Pomona Zipser creates a space-filling abstract wooden sculpture that is sensitively balanced between firmness and fragility. A monumental neon work by the English sculptor Andrew Stonyer develops an irritating interplay of sculptural form and its visual dissolution.
Time as a constant of perception plays a central role in the three-dimensional space. The installations are complemented by exemplary sculptural and graphic works by the artists.