Viktoria Sophie Conzelmann: NOT QUITE YET
In her first solo exhibition 'NOT QUITE YET', Viktoria Sophie Conzelmann introduces us to a world of her observations and ideas, in which processes and life cycles are interwoven with the hidden abilities of things. To create her works, she works with organic and solid materials, as well as those that are stuck in a state of transition. Steel, glass and coal are her main protagonists. The artist presents these everyday materials, which are used and processed extensively by humans, in delicate, balanced structures. They stretch and penetrate the walls until they dissolve into a state of suspension. In the process, latent colors and components hidden in the objects and their substances are revealed and combine to form an assemblage of interrelated links. Conzelmann invites us to focus on the ongoing interactions between relationships, structures and processes as well as the fine balances between them. During the vernissage, she deepened the audience's perspective with her literary performance 'I lost my idea of gravity'.