Katinka Bock. _o_o__o

KATINKA BOCK, _o_o__o
installation view at Mercer Union, Toronto, 2017


Danielle, ceramic, cable, 2017
Cameron, ceramic, PVC tube, 2017
Sinistra o destra, 2017, b/w photograph, dyptic (left)
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris


G, bronze, 2017
Sinistra o destra, 2017, b/w photograph, dyptic (right) 
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris

KATINKA BOCK, _o_o__o
installation view at Mercer Union, Toronto, 2017


Hot Fountain, 2017
electric heater, PVC tube, tap water, ceramic
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris


Hot Fountain, 2017
electric heater, PVC tube, tap water, ceramic
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris

Liegende, 2017
glass, mattress coil, ceramic, walnut
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris

Liegende (detail), 2017
glass, mattress coil, ceramic, walnut
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris

Liegende (detail), 2017
glass, mattress coil, ceramic, walnut
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris

Cool Fountain, 2017
ceramic, PVC tube, tap water
courtesy Galerie Jocelyn Wolff Paris

all images courtesy of the artist, Mercer Union, Toronto and Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Paris

Art works have their own existence. They do not document reality, they are a part of it. And they are, like our life, subject to constant change. Documents are fragments, they are part of something else. Each has its reason for being, it relays its own experience of time and space. I like unstable and fragile images because they provide a particular perspective. The work can change within the social and physical circumstances that surround it. Movement in time and space generates a void. This void means the disappearance of meaning and the material, but it also produces something new, a horizon. – KATINKA BOCK in conversation with NAZLI GÜRLEK, 2011

 

_o_o__o, a solo exhibition by KATINKA BOCK is on view at Mercer Union, Toronto until August 12, 2017.



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