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Exhibition  /  13 Mar 2009  -  16 Mar 2009
 
Published: 06.03.2009
Christiana Jöckel. Piece: Untitled, 2008m. Mixed media. My perception of freedom of space within architecture and sculpture and my background of Goldsmithing has inspired my interest in spatial objects. 
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. I like to explore space by walking and travelling, by making my way through small alleys and pathways. Similarly I like to discover objects visually when handling them. 
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. In both cases motion is part of discovering.
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. When I am walking, my surroundings change as I move, but when I am working at my bench I like to send my mind on a journey; following uneven surfaces with changing directions that lead the eye around my objects. Light is sometimes shining through the surface. The eyes are invited to wander through the interior and into a labyrinth of undiscovered passageways.
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. Visualizing descriptions of architecture and transferring these ideas into another medium helps me to verbalize and translate abstract terms of space. I like to develop pure, simple spatial objects which gain their excitement from the interest of the viewer in exploring their different perspectives.. Christiana Jöckel
Piece: Untitled, 2008m
Mixed media
My perception of freedom of space within architecture and sculpture and my background of Goldsmithing has inspired my interest in spatial objects.

I like to explore space by walking and travelling, by making my way through small alleys and pathways. Similarly I like to discover objects visually when handling them.

In both cases motion is part of discovering.

When I am walking, my surroundings change as I move, but when I am working at my bench I like to send my mind on a journey; following uneven surfaces with changing directions that lead the eye around my objects. Light is sometimes shining through the surface. The eyes are invited to wander through the interior and into a labyrinth of undiscovered passageways.

Visualizing descriptions of architecture and transferring these ideas into another medium helps me to verbalize and translate abstract terms of space. I like to develop pure, simple spatial objects which gain their excitement from the interest of the viewer in exploring their different perspectives.

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