Pigment print, pigment pen on paper, acrylic paint
37.5 x 25 cm
Edition: 1/1 + 1AP
Schmitten deals with questions about forms of life: For him the pandemic was a turning point that put a spotlight on humanity and how we live together. Whereas Schmitten's sculptures had previously often been negatives of human bodies, bodily fragments are now clearly visible. These elements in the form of legs, arms and a face merge seamlessly into basins. As a place of purification, these usually serve to rinse away bodily secretions, an action that suddenly took on special significance during the pandemic. SESSHAFT challenges the viewer to reflect on current ways of life and human interaction.
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