In the organizer's words:

Making the invisible visible is one of the basic concerns of Berlin artist Berta Fischer. Strictly speaking, her sculptures are not objects, but materialized dynamics. Her transparent, multicolored Plexiglas sculptures float in space like frozen movements of air, playing around its air volume, allowing movements of flowing and floating to be experienced - just like the light that catches on their surfaces and is reflected in the space as shadows of color. Her sculptures remain as enigmatic as their titles, which defy interpretation. At the same time, they play with associations in their dynamics of light and movement, which unfold their own resonances in the context of the church space, especially in the horizon of Pentecost. Artistic and religious explorations of the invisible come together.

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St. Matthäus-Kirche Matthäikirchplatz 10785 Berlin

Organizer | Miscellaneous

Stiftung St. Matthäus
Stiftung St. Matthäus Köln