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Treasuries & Transience by Isabel Dammermann

Exhibition  /  22 Oct 2016  -  12 Nov 2016
Published: 20.10.2016
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Dealing with the abstraction of language and representation by assembling, stratifying, juxtaposing, Dammermann creates physical presences that reflect no relief. Her work speaks about an absence that lies somewhere else, maybe in the attempt to grab the wonder of things themselves and to try to present them as if it were for the first time, opening them to the world.

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Isabel Dammermann
Isabel Dammermann distinctive spontaneous gaze will unfold in the gallery space, debuting new bodies of work.
Starting from a certain detail, sometimes a recognizable object (often the most humble, everyday object) Isabel Dammermann explores by making what her language, jewelry, has to say about a shell, a toy, a pebble, a dried flower, a piece of fabric, a mineral, and so on.

Through minor adjustments, these things become complex sculptural objects that lie dormant on the thread that connects experience and memory. Her works are like meditations trapped in an interior movement, in an instant, which resonates in us because they take place in our present.

With the work on view at OHMYBLUE, Dammermann, utilizing a wide variety of techniques and materials, creates a visual language that investigates the mystery of things and our relationship with their existence and their disappearance, managing it and turn it into a kingdom.
Isabel Dammermann. Brooch: Vestige, 2010. Copper, 18kt gold, antique fabric.. 8 x 9,5 x 1,4 cm. Photo by: Alessandro Laita. From series: Thesaurus. Isabel Dammermann
Brooch: Vestige, 2010
Copper, 18kt gold, antique fabric.
8 x 9,5 x 1,4 cm
Photo by: Alessandro Laita
From series: Thesaurus
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Isabel Dammermann. Brooch: Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär..., 2010. Shibuishi, 18ct gold, iron wire, antique fabric.. 8 x 9,5 x 1,4 cm. Photo by: Chiaralice Rizzi. From series: Finis. Isabel Dammermann
Brooch: Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär..., 2010
Shibuishi, 18ct gold, iron wire, antique fabric.
8 x 9,5 x 1,4 cm
Photo by: Chiaralice Rizzi
From series: Finis
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Isabel Dammermann. Brooch: Dyad, 2010. Silver, plexiglas, wood, transparent paper, flowers, tape.. Variable dimensions. Photo by: Alessandro Laita. Isabel Dammermann
Brooch: Dyad, 2010
Silver, plexiglas, wood, transparent paper, flowers, tape.
Variable dimensions
Photo by: Alessandro Laita
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Isabel Dammermann. Brooch: Evia, 2010. Silver, shell.. 12 x 8 x 1 cm. Photo by: Alessandro Laita. From series: Thesaurus. Isabel Dammermann
Brooch: Evia, 2010
Silver, shell.
12 x 8 x 1 cm
Photo by: Alessandro Laita
From series: Thesaurus
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Isabel Dammermann. Necklace: Illunis, 2010. Silver, ebony, leather.. 13 x 42 x 1,5 cm. Photo by: Alessandro Laita. From series: Thesaurus. Isabel Dammermann
Necklace: Illunis, 2010
Silver, ebony, leather.
13 x 42 x 1,5 cm
Photo by: Alessandro Laita
From series: Thesaurus
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