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Network issues, 2018 Collage

Johanna Siegel

Germany

Collage, Photo on Paper

Size: 7.6 W x 10.8 H x 0.1 D in

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Two, own photographs were combined to a collage by the artist. A koi seems to be trapped in a net which the artist photographed in Basel where she saw as well a pond with kois. Some of the kois in the pond died. This koi here shows some injuries on the back. Some fish scales are lost as if the fish struggles for survival. Fish is a food of excellent nutritional value and a talisman. Maybe some of the fish scales are now in the purses of other people to protect them from poverty and bad luck? However, this collage leaves room for other interpretations with the fish, pupil-like net, and hole as symbols. In reality, this fish might not be trapped in the net. In addition, the collage was created in a convent. The artwork is ambiguous and not ambiguous. This was the intention of the artist. The whole dimension of the artwork on high quality paper is 39.5 x 28.4 cm, the dimension of the collage itself is 27.4 x 19.4 cm.

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Collage:Photo on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:7.6 W x 10.8 H x 0.1 D in

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Johanna Siegel is a scientist by training but fascinated by art. As an artist she is interested in the area of conflict between technology and nature, near and far e.g. by optical instruments but also travelling. Her artwork comprises a variety of subjects because the society, the diversity of cultures, and nature matter. The artist likes to experiment with materials and techniques like in a lab. In addition, she likes interactive performances because art and diversity create new spaces of possibility that not only question mental limitations. Usually, she works a bit longer on a special subject, a concept, quite tenaciously. Sometimes, she creates her art spontaneously, often with a sense of humor or criticism.

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