In Michaela Math's second solo show in our gallery the space including the office will be wrapped up with a band of trees all around. They will grow together to one big thicket, quite hermetic. The front room will include Pencil drawings, small (A4), delicate, „studies“, that have a rather scientific touch. Such things that look like stones or heart muscles, hard to say what fiction is and what description. Ink-works, showing thistles, bee-hives... Epoxy-Casts and a bigger sculpture made of Plastic-String, a folded tube more or less, but that is still growing... (quot.Michaela Math).
Early etchings by Louise Bourgeois amplify the unsettled situation.
A conversation between Michaela Math and Michele Robecchi, Senior Editor of „Contemporary“, London will be published.