Anna Karpekin recreated a playful kiosk-like image for her exhibition K I O S K at the POKY – Institute. It refers to her idea and memory of the kiosk within different locations and imaginations. At the interface between drawing and sculpture she uses three-dimensional lines to translate associative connections made on paper into a spatial experience. Thereby she raises questions about the exhibition and image space as a playful framing. By gently transforming POKY’s architecture with a presice adjustment, her work challenges the viewer to take a different point of view and engage with the exhibition space in a new manner.
ANNA KARPEKIN (*1997) works and lives in Mainz. She studies at Kunsthochschule Mainz with Sabine Groß. Her work consist of playful combinations based on daily life observations, memories and associations with childhood. She works in different media such as sculpture and drawing.
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