EXHIBITION OPENING this Saturday, 16th November 2019, in Kreuzberg. At @bcma_berlin. Artists @elizabethcharnock , @jaanacaspary and @xo.lydiapeter. 7pm onwards, Manteuffelstraße 42. See you there!
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____________________ “round about”
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Within different artistic approaches, the working methods of the three artists have a content-related as well as poetic connection to each other. 
Constructed, clearly defined forms that pose questions about architecture in our urban surroundings, with all the products that surround us and at the same time to deal with the topic of landscape and man. The artists mainly show sculptures, drawings and collages in the exhibition “round about”.
Jaana Caspary (*1988 Wuppertal, DE) develops forms from manufactured product finds and changes them by changing the original material or by a new composition of the individual elements. Due to the doubling of the same shape, the individual pieces often face each other mirrored.
Elizabeth Charnock (*1990 Shrewsbury, UK) uses drawings and
sculptures are imaginary landscapes, some of which are completely constructed or refer to existing places. 
She creates an intermediate level in relation to the natural and constructed world.
Lydia Peter (1985* Meerbusch, DE) works with a contrasting formal language based on objects that are mostly organically and intuitively freely formed. 
These are, for example, made from several casts of the same form, cut up again and again, then reassembled, to create a dynamic overall shape. This is opposed by geometric elements, which often function as pedestals or opposing forms. 
The result is compositions that are abstract in their overall impression and yet remind one of architecture, landscape and body.
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#bcma_berlin #bcmaberlin #contemporaryart #exhibition
EXHIBITION OPENING this Saturday, 16th November 2019, in Kreuzberg. At @bcma_berlin. Artists @elizabethcharnock , @jaanacaspary and @xo.lydiapeter. 7pm onwards, Manteuffelstraße 42. See you there! . . ____________________ “round about” . Within different artistic approaches, the working methods of the three artists have a content-related as well as poetic connection to each other. Constructed, clearly defined forms that pose questions about architecture in our urban surroundings, with all the products that surround us and at the same time to deal with the topic of landscape and man. The artists mainly show sculptures, drawings and collages in the exhibition “round about”. Jaana Caspary (*1988 Wuppertal, DE) develops forms from manufactured product finds and changes them by changing the original material or by a new composition of the individual elements. Due to the doubling of the same shape, the individual pieces often face each other mirrored. Elizabeth Charnock (*1990 Shrewsbury, UK) uses drawings and sculptures are imaginary landscapes, some of which are completely constructed or refer to existing places. She creates an intermediate level in relation to the natural and constructed world. Lydia Peter (1985* Meerbusch, DE) works with a contrasting formal language based on objects that are mostly organically and intuitively freely formed. These are, for example, made from several casts of the same form, cut up again and again, then reassembled, to create a dynamic overall shape. This is opposed by geometric elements, which often function as pedestals or opposing forms. The result is compositions that are abstract in their overall impression and yet remind one of architecture, landscape and body. ********* #bcma_berlin #bcmaberlin #contemporaryart #exhibition
EXHIBITION OPENING this Saturday, 16th November 2019, in Kreuzberg. At @bcma_berlin.Artists @elizabethcharnock , @jaanacaspary and @xo.lydiapeter. 7pm onwards, Manteuffelstraße 42. See you there!
.
.
____________________ “round about”
.
Within different artistic approaches, the working methods of the three artists have a content-related as well as poetic connection to each other. 
Constructed, clearly defined forms that pose questions about architecture in our urban surroundings, with all the products that surround us and at the same time to deal with the topic of landscape and man. The artists mainly show sculptures, drawings and collages in the exhibition “round about”.
Jaana Caspary (*1988 Wuppertal, DE) develops forms from manufactured product finds and changes them by changing the original material or by a new composition of the individual elements. Due to the doubling of the same shape, the individual pieces often face each other mirrored.
Elizabeth Charnock (*1990 Shrewsbury, UK) uses drawings and
sculptures are imaginary landscapes, some of which are completely constructed or refer to existing places. 
She creates an intermediate level in relation to the natural and constructed world.
Lydia Peter (1985* Meerbusch, DE) works with a contrasting formal language based on objects that are mostly organically and intuitively freely formed. 
These are, for example, made from several casts of the same form, cut up again and again, then reassembled, to create a dynamic overall shape. This is opposed by geometric elements, which often function as pedestals or opposing forms. 
The result is compositions that are abstract in their overall impression and yet remind one of architecture, landscape and body.
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#bcma_berlin #bcmaberlin #contemporaryart #exhibition
EXHIBITION OPENING this Saturday, 16th November 2019, in Kreuzberg. At @bcma_berlin.Artists @elizabethcharnock , @jaanacaspary and @xo.lydiapeter. 7pm onwards, Manteuffelstraße 42. See you there! . . ____________________ “round about” . Within different artistic approaches, the working methods of the three artists have a content-related as well as poetic connection to each other. Constructed, clearly defined forms that pose questions about architecture in our urban surroundings, with all the products that surround us and at the same time to deal with the topic of landscape and man. The artists mainly show sculptures, drawings and collages in the exhibition “round about”. Jaana Caspary (*1988 Wuppertal, DE) develops forms from manufactured product finds and changes them by changing the original material or by a new composition of the individual elements. Due to the doubling of the same shape, the individual pieces often face each other mirrored. Elizabeth Charnock (*1990 Shrewsbury, UK) uses drawings and sculptures are imaginary landscapes, some of which are completely constructed or refer to existing places. She creates an intermediate level in relation to the natural and constructed world. Lydia Peter (1985* Meerbusch, DE) works with a contrasting formal language based on objects that are mostly organically and intuitively freely formed. These are, for example, made from several casts of the same form, cut up again and again, then reassembled, to create a dynamic overall shape. This is opposed by geometric elements, which often function as pedestals or opposing forms. The result is compositions that are abstract in their overall impression and yet remind one of architecture, landscape and body. ********* #bcma_berlin #bcmaberlin #contemporaryart #exhibition