Utstilling: Daniela Bergschneider – MUTA
Daniela Bergschneider viser utstillingen MUTA i Visningsrommet USF på Verftet
Det er utstillingsåpning fredag 19. november kl. 17:00 – 20.00. Visningsperiode er t.o.m. søndag 28. november.
Lørdag 20. nov. kl. 12.00-16.00
Søndag 21. nov. kl. 12.00-16.00
Torsdag 25. nov. kl. 16.00-20.00
Fredag 26. nov. kl. 16.00-20.00
Lørdag 27. nov. kl. 12.00-16.00
Søndag 28. nov. kl. 12.00-16.00
The exhibition MUTA by Daniela Bergschneider presents a world of hybrid organisms, consisting of hand shaped porcelain elements that are trapped between a soft and flexible fabric.
While the porcelain resembles the presence of bone and joints, the textile creates the skin of the sculptures. Like prehistoric creatures they seem to have no internal organs, no flesh, only skin and bone, skin and stone.
Build from a multiplicity of elements the works suggest the possibility of growth and movement, but in a very slow and internal way. It’s a possibility that may be in the past or even the future and that places them between fossils and living beings.
The tactile quality of the works invites you to come closer, to touch and at the same time to keep a distance, in an intermittent game between attraction and repulsion.
The production of this exhibition is supported by Kulturrådet.
Daniela Bergschneider (b. 1986 in Paderborn, Germany) lives and works in Bergen. She has a Bachelor of Arts (Fashion-Textile-Design and Linguistics) from University of Paderborn (2012), Master of Arts (Textiledesign) from University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg (2015), and Master of Fine Arts from University of Bergen, The Art Academy, Norway (2020). Bergschneider has participated in several exhibitions in Norway and abroad, including ‘Contextile 2018’ in Portugal, ‘Exempla 2019’, Munich International Crafts Fair, Munich, Germany, ‘Årsutstillingen 2020’ at Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum in Tromsø, ‘Årsutstillingen 2021’ at Sørlandets Kunstmuseum in Kristiansand and MA2020, KODE Museum, Bergen. She also works as a lecturer at the Art Academy in Bergen and University of Paderborn.
Daniela Bergschneider website https://daniela-bergschneider.com/