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Made to measure (Metod), 2022 | Kitchen cabinet | 200 x 60 x 30 cm | Unique piece Made to measure (Metod), 2022
Kitchen cabinet
200 x 60 x 30 cm
Unique piece Noble Subjects, 2021 | Synthetic leather, costume jewellery | 170 x 110 cm | Unique piece Noble Subjects, 2021
Synthetic leather, costume jewellery
170 x 110 cm
Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021 | Magazine, oil, framed as object | 32,5 x 26,5 cm | Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021
Magazine, oil, framed as object
32,5 x 26,5 cm
Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021 | Magazine, oil, framed as object | 31,5 x 24 cm | Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021
Magazine, oil, framed as object
31,5 x 24 cm
Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021 | Work series | Magazine, oil, framed as object | Unique pieces Image Transfer, 2021
Work series
Magazine, oil, framed as object
Unique pieces A personal layout (DJERBA), 2022 | Carpet | 465 x 310 cm | Unique piece A personal layout (DJERBA), 2022
Carpet
465 x 310 cm
Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021 | Magazine, oil, framed as object | 37 x 26 cm | Unique piece Image Transfer, 2021
Magazine, oil, framed as object
37 x 26 cm
Unique piece Made to measure (Metod), 2022 | Kitchen cabinet | Various sizes | Unique pieces Made to measure (Metod), 2022
Kitchen cabinet
Various sizes
Unique pieces Treats Infinity (What is love?), 2022 | Stretcher frame, lace fabric | Various sizes | Unique pieces Treats Infinity (What is love?), 2022
Stretcher frame, lace fabric
Various sizes
Unique pieces Treats Infinity (What is love?), 2022 | Stretcher frame, lace fabric | 18 x 21 x 2 cm | Unique piece Treats Infinity (What is love?), 2022
Stretcher frame, lace fabric
18 x 21 x 2 cm
Unique piece
VALENTINA STIEGER
Furnished Desire

Extended until 14 May 2022

15. February 2022 – 7. May 2022
 
Against the background of omnipresent lifestyle paradigms, Valentina Stieger addresses intimate moments of everyday life which she locates in the field of tension between individuality and conformity. Her works, which move along the interfaces between painting, graphic art, and sculpture, refer to social norms that are implicit in the visual worlds of advertising, fashion, or design with its economic criteria. 

 

The exhibition is accompanied by a work-related publication that was created in collaboration with the author JuliaKubik.