Katalogcover grau mit Schriftzug Rosemarie Trockel

Rosemarie Trockel, Malmaschine (Detail), 1990; © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Rosemarie Trockel

Structura Gallery | Sofia | 15.02.2019 – 30.03.2019

Exhibition | The ifa exhibition of works by Rosemarie Trockel presents a wide range of the different artistic forms that Trockel employs – drawings, objects, silkscreen prints, videos and knitted pictures.
In these works, Rosemarie Trockel not only addresses questions immanent to art, she also spins her own special thread of themes – from the media representations of reality, to identity formation, a sense of social belonging, and questions of ethnicity.

Rosemarie Trockel does not shy away from radical critique of the art world and business. But despite her critical stance, her works address their viewers as lively and highly imaginative conceptual constructs and as vivid and convincing artistic designs. The artist manages to visualize serious philosophical questions with irony and humour, while avoiding dogmatic opposites and polemics.

In Trockel’s works, viewers can see traditional and new visual media entering into astonishing new interrelations. This is particularly evident in her drawings in ink, charcoal and pencil, and her collages and computer-based drawings, all of which have an important place in her oeuvre. Drawings accompany each new phase of Trockel’s work as a form of experiment – sketches that record ideas and plans. But the drawings are also an independent group of works in themselves, as is particularly apparent in the large formats Trockel sometimes uses. Along with the videos, our exhibition therefore puts special emphasis on this medium.

Curator: Gudrun Inboden

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