Artist in Residence at C.R.E.T.A.Rome Studio
Während dieses Arbeitsaufenthaltes sind mehrere Serien und Entwürfe entstanden.
Being in the C.R.E.T.A. Rome ceramics studio for the period of a month, I took the opportunity to advance my studies of the nature of clay.
Instead of firing some of the objects, I reversed the process, transforming them anew through dissolving them in water. I took the dried-out clay figure „Tiber Man“ to Tiber Island. Sitting on the sand bank at the end of the island, the sculpture was partly lapped by the waves. The next day, I discovered that the „Tiber Man“ had partially dissolved. The waves had not taken him away. He had become an antique Roman figure.
Tiber Man, unfired clay figure, 12 x 12 x 18 cm
clay figurine, 18 cm x 7 cm x 8 cm
cardboard spheres, 12 cm
Performance of residents of the AIR-Programme at the C.R.E.T.A. Rome Studio Sarah Gross, Diane van Buren, Susanne Kompast, Paolo Porelli
Tiber Island in Rome on 9.11.2018
Remembrance of the Novemberpogrom in 1938 when Jewish Synagogues in Germany and Austria were destroyed by the Nazi-regime.
15 cardboard spheres, on each sphere were mounted two articles of the human rights convention. After declaring the Human Rights we burnt the spheres according to the inhuman acts during the World War II.
clay, terracotta glazing, 30 x 18 x 18 cm
referring to the Titus Arc of Triumphe
Cardboard Temple, 35 x 35 x 12 cm
Three goddesses and the caretakers of the temple, clay figures, each 10 x 6 x 5 cm
clay figure, 15 x 10 x 5 cm
cardboard box, 35 x 20 x 10 cm
clay figurine with copper wire 17 x 7 x 6 cm,
Hanging and Sitting
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