Together with delicate flowers in porcelain, Berlin-based artist Angelika Arendt applies minuscule orbs, dots, and skinny, curved strains to her meticulously textured sculptures. Amorphous in form however distinct within the natural matter they evoke, her intricate works typically mimic processes present in nature, together with plant development and cells as they swell and burst into new life. Some items seem mid-movement, like increasing molecules, and others drip or peel to disclose fields thick with foliage and different tactile components.
Along with sculpture, Arendt additionally creates detailed botanical drawings, and each are on view by way of Might 8 at Berlin’s C&Okay Gallery, the place she’s represented. Her items may even be included in a gaggle exhibition at Clemens Härle brewery in Leutkirch beginning in April, and you may discover extra of her dense works on Instagram.
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