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Valerie Krause

Valerie Krause’s artistic research focuses on the connection between object and space; in her works, volumes, voids, materials and forms transcend the strict definition of the material itself and expand to embrace the relationships that define the space in which they are found.

All images Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Rolando Anselmi. ph. Sebastiano Luciano.

His sculptures adopt elemental forms: he emphasizes the volumes and dynamism that solid bodies can contain, seem to take on a autonomous movement in the space that is thus conceived as a place that expresses changing. The artist often uses poor and raw materials such as plaster, glass, steel, wood or concrete, undermining the static nature inherent in these materials to create pure and delicate works. His works are characterized by the encounter of forms that are sometimes geometric and other times amorphous, which give rise to landscape environments in which new connections are constantly generated. A continuum of visual interactions between the sculptures gives rise to new spaces and new compositions, changing the perception of the environment, which is constantly renewed by experiencing ever new states and configurations.

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