ALICJA KWADE STUDIO VISIT ON IGNANT
Ignant visited the studio of Alicja Kwade in Berlin. 'Walking through her light-filled studio on a quiet Saturday afternoon, we found a giant rusty gramophone horn – taller than us – resting in a wooden box as well as countless sheets of mirrors leaning on walls. Tabletops were overflowing with glass tubes and trinkets while the floors were littered with oddly bent metal rods and materials that seemed to come from outer space. We talked to Kwade recently about how she began working with sculpture, where she draws inspiration from and how a lot of it happens through meaningful coincidences...'
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