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Installation view

Photography: Theo Christelis

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Installation view

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Installation view

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Time Keeper I
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

 

Time Keeper II
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

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Time Keeper II
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

 

Time Keeper III
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

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Time Keeper I
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

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Time Keeper II
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

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Time Keeper III
Watercolor on paper
(22,9×30,5 cm)
Frame made of thermoplastic,
silk paper, and steel.
Variable Measurements
2020

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Types of Clouds I
Oil on canvas
(55×50 cm)
2020

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Types of Clouds II
Oil on canvas
(55×50 cm)
2020

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Types of Clouds III
Oil on canvas
(55×50 cm)
2020

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Types of Clouds II
Oil on canvas
(55×50 cm)
2020

 

Types of Clouds III
Oil on canvas
(55×50 cm)
2020

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Time Keepers
Johanna Odersky
5th of September – 17th of October

Intersticio is proud to present Johanna Odersky’s first solo show in the UK.

Johanna Odersky (Swiss, b. 1993) is a visual artist and musician based in Frankfurt am Main. She is a graduate from the Hochschule für Bildende Künste – Städelschule and studied in the class of Judith Hopf. Much of her work revolves around exploring how human experience is organized and embodied and how relationships between body, mind and the external world are always and necessarily situated in discursive power relations. These questions are echoed in her musical work and performances, which she produces under the name of “Iku” Her work has been shown in festivals, galleries and other art spaces across Europe in Japan, Mexico and the US.

For those far away or unable to attend you can now do an online tour through this link: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=oB3jwqv96r9

Press Release (PDF)

Artist's CV (PDF)