The internationally renowned artist Sarah Oppenheimer develops a spatio-architectural, interactive installation in a close debate with the architectural conditions of the Kunstmuseum Thun.
Oppenheimer’s work occupies a position between sculpture and architecture. Through the subtle modification of the given architectural elements, her interventions alter the viewer’s experience of the spatial progression within a building.
At the same time, however, the perception of the entire building structure becomes more apparent. Oppenheimer’s work simultaneously irritates and clarifies the physical perceptual experience of the built environment.
Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Sarah Oppenheimer: N–01, Kunstmuseum Thun, 29 February – 12 July 2020.
English and German text.