Dates: 2019.9.7- 9.29 10am- 17pm Fri, Sat, Sun
Opening: 2019.9.7 2:00pm-4:00pm
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Nina Annabelle Märkl has been invited for a residency program at Yamakiwa Art Hotel to create and present new works, inspired by her research into Japanese Sumi-e paintings and everyday experience during the stay at the traditional farmhouse in a rural village.
Märkl’s works shift between drawing, installation and sculpture, combining narrative with both abstract and abundant elements, to create spatial drawings like a kaleidoscope, that invite the beholder to perceive different perspectives.
For the exhibition Time MachineMärkl developed a new series of drawings, with 100year-old Japanese paper from the local workshop. She employs the fragments collected from history, culture and everyday life, and transform them into possible constellations by using the both sides of the papers, each generating a system of their own, which is parallel to each other.
Nina Annabelle Märkl (b. Germany) received Diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich in 2009. Her work has been exhibited in Germany and abroad, includingThe Big Sleep, Haus der Kunst, Munich (2019), Morphosen, Gallery Straihammer und Seidenschwann, Vienna (2019), x=change, German Consulate General, New York City (2018), Torsionen, Gallery MaxWeberSixFriedrich, Munich (2017).