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Subject Object soloshow, KH7artspace

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Fragments 3D 2017 80x150x150 cm. print on pvc sewn together

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Diva 2017 85x200x70 cm. copper, alu zink, print on tricot and form

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Diva close up

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Feminine 2017 110x28x11 cm. iron and hair extensions

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Cell 2017 205x240x240 cm. plywood and print on pvc

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Cell close up

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Potent 2016 112x35x35 cm. fur and polystyrene

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Duo Object 2017 107x45x42 cm. iron, plywood and silicone

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Duo Object close up

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Merge 2017 19x44x54 cm. iron, foam and silicone

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Rust 2017 250x110x21 cm. painted silk and iron

Subject Object

 

LOUISE SPARRE

  

Subject Object is a fusion between the individual and the object as well as a reflection on sensorial and material states.

Subject Object embraces what it means to be human in a physical world whilst being in a body that is unpredictable and imperfect.

The work sits somewhere between inside and outside the body. It is the very close and familiar as the tactile sense, our bodily capability of cell and organ production, the intimate relationship and the homely, which melts together and unfolds in one total installation.

Sparre’s work fragments our body and senses. She addresses the subject in different states, such as state of mind, the symbiotic state, microscopic state and sensorial state. Sparre uses here own body as starting point, as the subject and there is an inherent feminine and personal tone.

The skin is a coherent theme in the Sparre’s practice. It is a living material and membrane between the subject and the object. It is the largest organ in the human body. The skin allows us to feel the world around us. The skin keeps away dirt and bacteria and keeps in place our flesh, blood and organs. It tells us about temperature and touch, pleasure and discomfort.

The show is a material investigation into the feminine. The combination of the body and the every day makes Subject Object a well-known yet strange encounter.

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