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The acclaimed contemporary German artist Christiane Löhr gives insights into her artistic work processes in her lecture. Her sculptures emerge from direct contact with nature, from which she extracts her material: seeds of various plants are used for small sculptures, tree blossoms or other organic materials form into objects, or horsehair is used for “dreawing” in a space. The artist seems to follow a geometry inherent in the material.
In Christiane Löhr's artistic work, the placement in space is meaningful. The view expands from the object itself to its surroundings, an artistic attitude that changed the perception of art in the 1960s and is still influential for Löhr's position to this day.
Christiane Löhr, born in Wiesbaden in 1965, lives in Cologne and Prato, Italy; studied Egyptology / Archeology in Bonn as well as art education and German studies in Mainz / D, 1994 - 1997 studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, from 1996 master student of Jannis Kounellis; internationally known through numerous solo and group exhibitions, her sculptures originate in the direct contact with nature, from which she takes her material. She thereby seems to follow a geometry inherent in the material.
More information: www.christianeloehr.de