Contributed by Loren Britton / Anna Uddenberg’s “Sante Par Aqua” (Health Through Water) comprises objects that propose spaces adjacent to furniture that bodies might occupy. Shapes are created, stacked like a life-size textural cubist painting. Rounded edges and neon floor illuminations elevate the sculptures into hybrid objects – car seat (for adult and child), shag rug, illuminated i-phone glow on someone’s face, 70’s wood paneling décor with a prom dress laid over the orange/yellow plaid couch are some of the images that came to mind as I imagined buckling into the pods.
“Anna Uddenberg: Sante Par Aqua (Health Through Water),” Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin, Germany. November 4, 2017to January 13, 2018.
About the author: A recent grad of Yale’s MFA program, Loren Britton is a co-founder of the curatorial projects Improvised Showboat (with Zachary Keeting), lcqueryprojects (with Christie DeNizio), and Queering Space. Britton also maintains a solo curatorial and art practice that shape shift in form from project to project.
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