The Inner World is the Gateway to the Universe

These art works are the result of the artist going into a very deep cave—which is her inner world.  In that cave, she sees the visitants which are the THEMES of her works—broken engines, and roots, and burls, and body parts, and embryos. After encountering those things, she finally succeeds in putting them together, giving them order and life force in her physical works. You can explore the cave here; and when you feel you want to emerge and find more information about each work, you can visit the three galleries below. Each gallery presents one of the steps along the path towards the MYSTERY OF ART.  Gallery One—Encountering the Visitants—shows the images this artist created in response to the many objects in which she sees a radiant energy; Gallery Two—Lifting the Curtain—shows how the artist has the courage to see things which it is uncomfortable to see, in order to reach the deepest kind of truth.  And Gallery Three—The New Universe—includes images of what can be seen behind the curtain, the new world, where boundless energy flows and radiates.  In Gallery 3, the artist's series of works from 2014, INTEGROIDS, dance on the walls and floors and ceilings: these works have no pictorial space, no "rectangles":  they are like organisms which grow out from the center until the artist feels they are complete.

 

Virtual Exhibit Navigation Instructions

The virtual tour is comprised of a series of interactive 360° panoramas that allow visitors to explore each gallery and artwork. A visitor can navigate using a mouse/trackpad, a touch screen, or the buttons of the control bar (shown above).  Click on any of the white   disks on the ground t o jump to another location or panorama .  A pulsating disk indicates the next panorama in the sequence, though the visitor is free to navigate in any order. Nearby art may be clicked to display the original piece. A circle with an arrow indicates the jumping point between galleries. Moving between galleries is also possible with the floorplan activated via the map icon.  We recommend viewing the galleries in full screen mode.    

The virtual tour is comprised of a series of interactive 360° panoramas that allow visitors to explore each gallery and artwork. A visitor can navigate using a mouse/trackpad, a touch screen, or the buttons of the control bar (shown above). Click on any of the white disks on the ground to jump to another location or panoramaA pulsating disk indicates the next panorama in the sequence, though the visitor is free to navigate in any order. Nearby art may be clicked to display the original piece. A circle with an arrow indicates the jumping point between galleries. Moving between galleries is also possible with the floorplan activated via the map icon. We recommend viewing the galleries in full screen mode.   

 

Gallery 1: Encountering the Visitants

"When we encounter objects—even those that seem broken and lifeless—we bring them into our inner world and give them life."

 

Gallery 2: Lifting the Curtain

"We must have the courage to see what is hidden from us, and what it is painful to see. We must confront the thing we do not even want to look at."

 

Gallery 3: The New Universe

"In the new universe, dividing lines and boundaries disappear: the separation of inorganic from organic disappears. The new world is beyond ethnicity. We are the creators of the new universe."