Hausergallery announces the first exhibition by Isabelle Wenzel in Switzerland. Isabelle Wenzel asks herself: "Who am I? What is the object and what relationship do we have to each other?“ She confronts the visitor with partly surreal and partly dynamic studies of the human body. They show cropped sections of a performance created especially for the camera. Her main emphasis is on the photographs‘ performative and sculptural aspects.
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