For the Artstübli the collective St.Poz, consisting of Simone Steinegger and Alex Pipoz, builds a space-spanning installation. The scales and proportions are dissolved by architectural volumes to enable a new sense of space with perspective-distorted drawings. St.Poz explicitly seeks in her work the connection of a direct physical contact with art. The relationship to space in her work is always closely related to the body and its relationship of building, visual displacement, fictional potential and real limitation.
Through walkability, the newly created proportions are directly experienced and evoked narratives are interwoven with the space by the viewers through their directed gaze on the drawings.
Architectural elements of honeycomb cardboard and ceramics are spatially arranged in a way that dissolves and misrepresents scale in relation to the viewer. The volumes and spaces are distorted by superimposed perspective drawings. With real and false passages and window arches, walls and steps, the work takes on a narrative character.
One is virtually immersed in St.Poz's universe - through the routing, tension is created and a contrasting experience of the spaces of density and emptiness, of large and small, and symmetry operations can be experienced.
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