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Natacha Donzé

In her paintings, Swiss artist Natacha Donzé deconstructs power structures of institutional, political and commercial systems of our time by taking up fragments of these orders and embedding them in her visual worlds without hierarchy.

All images Courtesy by the artist and Max Goelitz Gallery. Photo: Dirk Tacke

She combines pop culture quotes, such as architectural elements from films, with scientifically influenced images and brings them to the canvas by means of meticulous brushwork and airbrush technique. Instead of treating the surface as an interface to the illusory pictorial space, the focus shifts to the surface of the canvas, on which, in turn, dimensionless spaces unfold. In strong color, the artist explores the influence of humans on their environment and creates interfaces between our own reality and imaginary representational space in her paintings.

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