MIRJAM ELBURN : mondkuchen – tomorrow’s touch

l’Endroit indiqué présente une nouvelle œuvre de Mirjam Elburn. L’artiste est l’invitée de Vida Simon.  l’Endroit indiqué presents a new work by Mirjam Elburn. This exhibition is organized by Vida Simon.

 

“I have been dwelling on “sehnsucht,” a German word which hardly has any equivalent in another language: desire/longing, aspiration/nostalgie, anhelo/ansia/nostalgia? “Sehnsucht” to me is a strong drive for making art. Using old, time-consuming, manual craft techniques to create objects made of found material—such as human hair—I often encounter the word “nostalgia” when my work is described. But it is more about the stories and experiences behind the material. It is about the constant change, the unpredictable nature and experiencing of the past and time itself. I get in touch with the images and stories within a material or space by tearing it apart and sewing or felting it anew together again. So what does “sehnsucht” mean in that context? What do I long for? As an artist? As female, human? mondkuchen – tomorrow’s touch shows an approach-in-progress to this question.”

Mirjam Elburn a un diplôme en arts plastiques du HBKSaar à Saarbrücken et une maîtrise en histoire de l’art, histoire moderne et histoire économique et sociale de l’Université de Saarbrücken (Allemagne). L’artiste vit à Siegen, en Allemagne.

Mirjam Elburn has a diploma in fine arts from HBKSaar in Saarbrücken and a master’s in art history, modern history and economic & social history from the University of Saarbrücken (Germany). She lives in Siegen, Germany. [mirjamelburn.wordpress.com]

Vernissage : vendredi 11 août 2017, 5 à 7   (à l’extérieur / outdoors)

Heures d’ouverture : 24h / l’exposition continue jusqu’au 10 septembre 2017

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