Collaboration exhibition with Chrsitopher Füllemann

http://christopherfullemann.com/

Realized in a moment of clarity on a bicycle ride in Zürich, the title Suddenly I See Crystal Clear could easily refer to the crystal blue of the digital waterfall, to the the implied transparency of a deep-blue-screen non-space that is the monochrome floor, and to the feeling of phenomenological pause between states of matter, recalled by the two puddling bronzes. It may refer to the flux between their fence’s visual restriction and the panoptic visual power afforded by the microcosm set into the wall-housed vitrine. It could be a dry quip towards the lack of perceptual fidelity baked into the consumption of digital content, and it may simply celebrate an aesthetic feeling of beauty in nature. It is this flexibility of Füllemann and Keller’s generous approach to sculpture that allows for a multitude of stackable readings, which range from a commentary on postdigital conditions of image-object making to the clarity of a sunny day.

Chris Alder / Vacancy LA

http://www.vacancyla.com/

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  • Suddenly I See Crystal Clear

    2015 Collaboration with Christopher F├╝llemann VACANCY, Los Angeles

  • Nature and Drama

    2015 Urethane plastic, pigment 66 x 17 x 2.5 cm

  • Nature and Drama (Detail)

  • Reality Status

    2015 Adhesive vinyl print 304 x 320 cm

  • Reality Status (Detail)

  • Walking Down The Street And My Heart Goes Boom (Fence)

    Am 2015 Wood, screws, wood glue, paint 470 x 226 x 4 cm

  • Late Reflection 38%

    2015 Gypsum cement, styrofoam, aluminum, metallic paint, bronze patina, car paint 60 x 73 x 15 cm

  • Late Reflection 44%

    2015 Gypsum cement, styrofoam, aluminum, metallic paint, bronze patina, car paint 73 x 50 x 16

  • Late Reflection 65%

    2015 Gypsum cement, styrofoam, aluminum, metallic paint, bronze patina, car paint 91 x 76 x 78 cm

  • Solid Waters

    2015 Aluminum, paint, polyurethane 60 x 20 x 15 cm