Susanne Kathlen Mader Piston, detail

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Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader Rotor, detail

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Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader Time Piece

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Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader Recinto

Description:
Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader Piston

Description:
Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader Calmati

Description:
Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader Circularis

Description:
Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

Susanne Kathlen Mader installation view

Description:
Sculptures in varnished aluminium. Installation view. Image © Susanne Kathlen Mader. Used here by kind permission from the artist. All rights reserved.

Created:
2010-2011

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Susanne Kathlen Mader
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In a tradition that goes back to Malevich, the Dutch de Stijl movement, and a long line of Constructivist and Minimalist artists, the art of Susanne Kathlen Mader takes no inspiration from the immediate reality but creates geometrical forms and lines describing abstract spaces, dimensions, and states.

The artist concentrates her effort on creating abstract paintings and combines three dimensional, geometrical elements designed to dispose of any referential claim. There is not only rhythm and balance here, but a subtle interpretation of the abstraction of art itself.

Art is pure and unaltered immanence. It opposes nature by being as natural as it is. In refusing representations or any other symbolic or psychological references, the artist creates geometrical natures and abstract ensembles based on subtle resonances with the viewer. The sculptural mechanisms and interconnected fields describe a calm and lucid tension of the equilibrium. There is no mediation here, only direct encounters, interaction, and effects taken place inside a dynamic and vibrating field of view.

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