Gehrer - an introduction to her work
or especially because of its stiffness (attained during processing),
cardboard allows to show up processes and structures on the finished
object long afterwards. Furrows, tears and dents remain recognisable
and even just physically express what as a subject matters most to me:
the vulnerability of human beings and their relationships.
O. Pfister ()
in all their rigidity they are alive.....
can't go past Liz Gehrers sculptures without noticing them.
nearly would have succeeded when I first came across them in the studio
of the Gehrer house in Tuscany, Italy. I was once again on a visit and
had expressed the wish to be allowed to see some pieces of Liz Gehrers
work. I was curious.
the unusual of the usual
The artistic work
of Liz Gehrer has a very own essential form of expression, which leads
across the most diverse areas of sculpture, objects and paintings using
related materials such as cardboard iron, parchment paper as the core
of her interest. >>more