18 oct. 2014

Anna Talens



 
 Hortus conclusus
2013
Berlin
Paper, ink and polyamide
20 x 27 x 20 cm
Exhibition space: Espace Surplus, Berlin (DE).
© Anna Talens

 Vista de la pieza en su instalación durante la feria de arte Summa 2014 en Madrid.


 Red de niebla
2013
Berlin (DE)
Silk and feathers
In room 350 x 300 x 20 cm
Exhibition space: Espace Surplus, Berlin (DE).
© From this Photo Heinrich Hermes
 Statement 

I define my artwork as object-sculptures and installations of poetic existential materiality and identity that also recovered, in our digital age, analog and traditional, manual and primitive processes of making.

My process of making is based on two principles: the use of handmade repetitive processes and the reuse of objects that already exist, known as objet trouvé. The results are unique pieces that connect the viewer with something recognizable and something strange, making the ordinary extraordinary, in a process of transformation of the existing materials of the tangible world.

It is a constant the dialogue between materials and the coexistence of opposites. I apply artistic resources such as repetition, arbitrariness and accumulation, by cultivating a minimalist perverted by the presence of color and the texture of the material.

Always looking for the beauty of imperfection in the objects, reflected by the manual processes and the shape of the elements coming from the world of nature.

I tell stories about the complexity of existence through objects. I share the poetry of the simplicity, of the rustic and beautiful. The result are minimalist arrangements, which are corrupted by the irregular shape of the elements, captivating the viewer through the contemplation of an object displayed almost as sacred.


 Five cages
2013
Berlin (DE)
Paper, silver and silk
Exhibition space: Espace Surplus, Berlin (DE).
© Anna Talens
Trabajos de la artista española residente en Berlín Anna Talens
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