Morgane Tschiember is presenting her latest collection of sculptural lighting design pieces.
Design Gallerist presents the collection ‘open space’, the pieces continue to explore the artist’s fixation with the transition between dimensions and how they relate and create dialogues with each other.
Morgane Tschiember is an artist: not only a painter, not only a photographer, videomaker or sculptor, but all these at one and the same time…
These instructions for automatic (plastic) writing could serve as a script for the entire work of French artist Morgane Tschiember (Brest, 1976). For about ten years she has explored the performative qualities of materials, whether with added value or worthless (metal, foam, glass, plastic), which she subjects to all kinds of impacts. Each of her works thus conceals a series of various efficient actions -to saw, to twist, to weld, to blow, to hang… which form a sort of subtext for it.
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Morgane Tschiember’s work essentially plays out in these undetermined, fertile margins, on the edge of an inhabited, sensitive minimalism, of the re-appropriation of the intrinsic values of materials and practices by the artist.
Morgane Tschiember thus unveils the “making” at work behind the forms she produces, Unsurprisingly on your her sculptures, three-dimensional paintings, or installations.
Morgane Tschiember is presenting her latest collection of sculptural lighting design pieces called ‘open space’, the pieces continue to explore the artist’s fixation with the transition between dimensions and how they relate and create dialogues with each other.
‘Open space’ comprises a fluorescent lighting tube with a concrete structure that together creates luminescent shapes. the pieces have an engaging characteristic allowing the perspective of the piece to change depending on how and where it is viewed from. the three-dimensional structures are juxtaposed against their surroundings where they touch subjects related to geometry, two dimensions in contrast with three dimensions, and the idea of filling voids with light.
See too contemporary lightings by Studio Job.
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