Lush layers of natural world sprout in alcoves and move slowly throughout gallery partitions within the works of Clare Celeste Börsch (up to now). The Berlin-based artist continues her ecological research as she entangles paper cutouts into immersive ecosystems wherein butterflies, birds, crops, and fungi coexist.
Börsch’s most up-to-date paintings, “Phoenix,” takes its identify from the mythological chicken at its heart. Rising from an explosive volcano, the creature indicators rebirth, an emblem that emerged following the trauma of the previous couple of years and her personal well being problems. “In a global marked via trade and uncertainty, we will be able to in finding solace within the cycles of nature,” the artist says. “It’s my hope that ‘Phoenix’ serves as a visible metaphor for our shared capability to upward push anew.”
For those who’re in Berlin, you’ll see the piece as a part of a pop-up exhibition via February 15, along side the artist’s “Biodiversity” set up beginning February 13 on the Mexican Embassy and a brand new paintings inside a cellular on the former Köpenick Jail this spring. Differently, head to Instagram for extra of her collaged environments.
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