Black leather men’s belts, wood, mirror, iron, white glass
186 x 61 x 61 cm
Monica Bonvicini, who was born in 1965 in Venice, Italy works with a variety of materials, not limited to, drywall, steel, polyurethane, metal, chains, wood, spray paint, aluminum, ink, tempera, concrete, and glass. Bonvicini cites the usage of industrial material as a means of exploring the construction of sexual identity, as well as its clichés and origins, via architecture. Her research regularly delves into psychoanalysis, labour, feminism, design and urbanity, as well as how private and institutional spaces dictate codex of behavior.  The artworks often employ language and text, humour and irony. Some of her pieces are courageously explicit, thus pushing and undermining institutional boundaries and questioning the role of spectator
Courtesy of Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna & König Galerie
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