In her work Vestige, Kathi Kæppel examines the preserved traces of previous use and the history of the building. The work, consisting of installations: drawings in space with light and sound, thematize the cycle of construction and destruction. The drawn traces tell stories and work against oblivion. They evoke the invisible and the past. As fragments, they overlap in a gradation of depth and connect with the space and the now-time. The selected material creates a visual echo due to its transparent character as a luminous body and reflector.
Light-drawings (01-03) graved in Acrylglas, 90 X 180 X 45 CM, wood, LED-Light
Digital drawing (01-02), sublimation print on voile, 360 X 180 CM
Neon sculpture, 300 X 100 CM
Spatial drawing, 400 X 400 CM, foil
Spatial drawing, 400 X 400 CM, AR
Collage 756,9 X 356,7 CM, b/w, print on affiche paper
The exhibition was made possible by major support from a crowdfunding campaign within the framework of kulturMut. kulturMut is an initiative of the Aventis Foundation in cooperation with Kulturfonds Frankfurt RheinMain and Startnext.
In cooperation with
DGJ Architektur, Holger Marseille, Berlin (sound)
Photos: Klaus Weddig
Kindly supported by:
Hessische Kulturstiftung, Kulturamt Stadt Frankfurt am Main, Neon Zentgraf, Lindley, LOBOTEC