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3D Tape Drawing by Monica Grzymala.

Photo credits: Gallery Crone.

Showing at the Gallery Crone in Berlin is the 3D Tape Drawing by Monica Grzymala. The Polish artist creates her installations using intuition, imagination and, in this case, 5km of tape!

One interesting thing about Grzymala's work is the incredible energy with which she explores the gallery space. And although the installation seems anarchic almost , the control and discipline demonstrated is impressive.

The name of this piece is Raumzeichnung, which I am informed loosely translates as Drawing Room and is manifest in this piece as a horizontal eruption from a column.

The piece appears to question the solidity of the architecture and by implication other things whose appearance seems solid. It seems interesting to me that the space contains the explosion!

 

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