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Sara Rossi: as a seed as a vision
as a seed as a vision originates from each of Sara Rossi’s five paintings in her solo exhibition that start with a small detail and grow organically, much like a plant or flower.
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Sara Rossi’s work operates as the residue of thoughts-and-memories, much like a photograph of a mental process or a meditation that has been transferred through the hand onto canvas.
Jordan Derrien is a London based artist. His practice explores concealment and concealed spaces in relation to painting and domesticity. Within his work, he develops a permeable and reversible relationship between the interior and the exterior, the similar and the identical, the public and the private, pushing his research towards a liminal state.
In her painting and drawing, Katharina Stadler playfully explores themes such as hierarchy and everyday life, aesthetics and reality, poetry and prose. As a result of both her imagination and analytical nature, her works do not employ traditional composition or naturalistic symbols.
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In the studio: Sara RossiThe Berlin-based, Italian artist Sara Rossi's work operates as the residue of thoughts-and-memories, much like a meditation that has been transferred through the hand onto canvas. After opening as a seed as a vision in our Brunnenstrasse 22 space, we caught up with Sara as she prepares for her next solo show in Milan that opens mid-April.
In the studio: Jordan DerrienEnter the studio of London-based artist Jordan Derrien. We talked to him about how his works come to life, and what role the material plays in his diverse practice. With literature and the idea of domestic spaces often being a starting point for him, Jordan shares an upcoming writing project of his own and what artist – dead or alive – he would love to collect himself.
In the studio: Katharina StadlerDüsseldorf-based artist Katharina Stadler is not one for time-wasting. Absence of any kind of WIFI in her studio, Katharina starts the process of bringing together her canvases without any potential distractions. Much like building, she works on bringing together various elements that go on to become a painting.