Process Room, 05.09.06- 17.09.06
Kirstin Arndt’s works deal with the possibilities of being in time and space. Her works are temporary statements of analysis and research about different aspects of the entity of artworks. Arndt uses a wide variety of materials in her work usually reminiscent of construction materials and uses their form, colour, shape and texture to create boldly dramatic installations and compositions that display a sophisticated knowledge of line, surface, volume, space and time.
Arndt has divided her residency in two, initially coming during the month of November 2005 for a research visit, at this stage Arndt developed the initial concepts of the space and materials she would return to use, the Process Room displays the continuation of this process from the second stage of her residency.
For a printable version of this information please download the following document Kirstin Arndt: A Wave Length Ahead (Word doc 2000 – 1.24 MB)
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