Sabine Schlunk



Installation, 2003 – 2008

Fieldstones from East Germany, synthetic fabric, cotton thread, straight pins, notebooks, glass, acrylic, plastic sheet, sand
photography, 5 parts, rod, clips
“steinatmen” (Stonebreathing) – An autobiographical and philosophical musing explored by fieldstones encapsulated in translucent textiles, the discarded fabric skins of human body parts, unscripted notebooks, pure sand, glass, and photography. Traces of history, corporeality, and psyche materialize.
The sheath is always white – the colour of nothingness, the colour of snow, or the colour between two timeframes, like that between an end and a new beginning.

installation steinatmen_galerie kurt im hirsch, berlin_2006