The art installation „*power“ explores the relationship and co-existence between nature and artificial object, where the reproduction of „naturalness“ deliberately dissolves the boundaries between nature and artificial intervention. The normality of alienated nature points to the unbalanced relationship we have with our capitalist system and the world, while simultaneously playing with the fusion of physicality and object.
The linear arrangement of nipple covers made of natural materials fixed to a window pane with epoxy resin, silicone and plasters explores the fragility of the body and nature. Viewers have the opportunity to reflect and be reflected in the window, showing the fragile connections between nature and censorship.
The installation becomes an intimate experience on the viewers‘ own bodies, while the artist’s framed self-portrait reflects and reinforces this play of intimacy.