Klára Hosnedlová: Surreal sculptures made of glass and embroidery - An expedition into socialist modernism and sci-fi aesthetics.
Klára Hosnedlová (* 1990), whose artistic work explores the legacy of socialist modernism with meticulous craftsmanship and sci-fi aesthetics, will be showing newly created sculptures made of cast glass and embroidery as part of her first Swiss solo exhibition, which will also be her most extensive presentation of artworks to date. The Czech artist usually obtains her visual material from non-public performances, which she photographs and then transforms into elaborately embroidered representations. These form the centerpiece of her surreal-looking sculptural installations, which unfold around these images
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