VIEW 5

Regula Dettwiler

(GB)

Sleeps a Song in Things Abounding, series A#5, B#6, B#8, B#9


2010-2012, Dimensions: Variable
Materials: Pressed plant matter on museum board



Dettwiler’s practice uses various artistic methods to develop strategies and representational forms of naturalized artificiality. Her rearrangements of natural history reveal our deep connections to, whilst simultaneously thinking ourselves outside, nature. The plant leaves in in this work are manipulated in such a way that they refer to a deep psychological dimension as "Rorschach pictures" and to show "nature" as the projection surface of human longings and fears.


Regula Dettwiler:
Schläft ein Lied in allen Dingen/Sleeps a Song in Things Abounding, Serie B#9
pressed plant matter on museum board
2012, 121 x 89 x 2,5 cm
Regula Dettwiler:
Schläft ein Lied in allen Dingen/Sleeps a Song in Things Abounding, Serie B#9
pressed plant matter on museum board
2012, 121 x 89 x 2,5 cm