Same place, different artist. I’m still at the Inselgalerie and visiting the exhibition “transformer” because another artist is presenting her artwork here.
Susanne Britz has focused on photographs, pigment prints, and installations of everyday objects. The working process behind these works is exciting and is based on each other, so Susanne Britz runs through different phases during her creative process: it probably starts with an idea, then a spatial installation follows. Here she uses everyday objects from the household, sports equipment, tools from the studio or children’s toys. Once the installation is finished, she takes a photo of this work. Afterward, the photo gets digitally overdrawn.
Many of her artworks that are exhibited here seem like instructions to me, even if I am not sure for what exactly. But if I am honest, it probably doesn’t matter.
I like the strong colors and the general idea behind this artwork. It’ s funny to see all the things and to realize what you can do with everyday objects.
Usually, I would recommend a visit to the gallery, as the exhibition has been extended. But nothing is normal these days: Unfortunately during the Corona COVID-19 Pandemic, it is not possible. If you are interested in the art of Susanne Britz, please have a look at her homepage or check the Instagram account of the Inselgalerie.
See you soon!