Swiss artist Victorine Müller has created a series of work she calls ‘performative sculpture’. Large, transparent PVC figures – mostly of animals – are situated within a landscape appearing and disappearing with the light and shadows. Sitting or standing quietly inside the sculpture is the artist herself creating a living connection to the audience. Says Müller –
‘I’m interested in creating moments of sensitivity, moments when our defenses are down and we are open to new things. Moments of powerful concentration. … I create zones, put forward pictures, show processes that touch the viewer, that invoke associations on various levels, transport people into a different state, so that things hidden may become visible, accessible, opening up possibilities – to demonstrate something that is not said and cannot be said, but that is‘.
More pictures after the jump.