Artist: Sandra Schlipkoeter
Material/Technique: Paper cut, pvc foil, acrylic, framed
Dimensions: 29.5 cm x 21 cm
€655,46 EUR net price
Sandra Schlipkoeter bases her works on a physical phenomenon that she isolates from the space of the invisible and transfers it into a visible context. Interferences are superpositions of waves in optical space that create complex line patterns and are made visible by means of a digital photograph into the computer screen. Wave-like lines seem to manifest themselves in indefinable rhythm on the screen. In a similar way, the phenomenon of light proves to be an intangible yet ever-present momentum. The artist makes use of these non-haptic spheres and translates them into representational, sculptural, painterly and installative art.
Sandra Schlipkoeter's framed works prove to be multi-layered, manifesting themselves in moving waves and lines. The numerous layers are dynamically interwoven, quoting the graphic lines of the digitally generated disturbances, thus offering us an exciting, ambiguous moment of contemplation. This pictorial design is based on a well-thought-out approach on the part of the artist that has been carefully studied over the years. She approaches the ephemeral phenomenon from the artistic side by exploring different possible combinations and the technological artefacts.
In addition to the multi-layered paper cuts, which interweave with each other in several dimensions, the artist also demonstrates her craftsmanship on the level of classical oil painting. In an illusionist manner, she captures a play of light and shadow on canvas, which quotes the digital interferences and only becomes recognisable as such when one looks closely. Here the artist plays with colour gradients and fictitious movement in an indefinable space.
Sandra Schlipkoeter lives and works in Berlin.