The work of Andrea Blum (*1950 in New York) falls somewhere between sculpture, architecture and design. Since the 1980s she has built permanent and temporary projects in Europe and the United States that include plazas, exhibition design, libraries, domestic space, and furniture. Her work considers the relationship of the social/political world to the private/psychological one. Combining humor and cynicism she zooms in and out of the conditions which organize us as a culture, and thereby affect us as individuals.
Curator: Ines Goldbach