The Nonexistent Knight

February 15th to March 31st 2012
Opening on Wednesday, February 15th from 6pm to 10pm

Observe and dive into a world not only represented from the perspective of the real, but which one can also perceive through a play of specular duplication. Ulla von Brandenburg's works often move between such liminal spaces of the real — the spectral images in her drawings, her installations which plunge us into another world, and the highly dramatised mises-en-scène in her films. For her exhibition at Rosascape, Ulla von Brandenburg gives particular attention to the visual artifice of image duplication, of the meeting and confrontation of the real and its projection. Playing on the particular characteristics of the exhibition space — i.e., a private, domestic, intimate space, with a classical architectural style — the artist presents a series of new works here (videos, installations, drawings).

Read the text by Simone Menegoi.
Listen the interview with Ulla von Brandenburg.
About Ulla von Brandenburg.