Thea Djordjadze’s sculptures often attempt to harness the dimensions of space and time. Combining fragile materials with stable structures, her site-specific installations testify to the artist’s keen interest in modernist architecture and design of the early 20th century. By making use of architectural remnants of the gallery space and in the juxtaposition of objects revealing human traces, she also makes reference to Surrealism and Minimal Art, but with the further twist of being inspired by Eastern European folk tradition.
Thea Djordjadze, 30 Apr 2016 — 25 Jun 2016
Sprüth Magers Berlin, Oranienburger Straße 18