Zeichnen im Garten der unendlichen Zeit

Translated title of the contribution: Drawing in the Garden of Infinite Time

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Research output: Non-textual outputExhibition


The English draftswoman and printmaker Johanna Love has been undertaking artistic “journeys of discovery” for several years in order to fathom the material and immaterial potential of dust. The starting point of the exhibition are tiny samples of the so-called reliquary dust from the older "Bentlager Reliquary Garden" from 1499, which the artist had examined under an electron microscope at the Museum for Natural History, London.

“I turn to science to generate an image, a particular view of the world, and otherwise inaccessible information; but I then use the practice of material art to include things that are beyond the reach of science, things that science can't relate to: the emotional, irrational, imaginative, and historical ways in which we live.” Johanna Love
Translated title of the contributionDrawing in the Garden of Infinite Time
Original languageGerman
Place of PublicationGermany
Publication statusPublished - 7 May 2023
EventZeichnen im Garten der unendlichen Zeit - Kloster Bentlage Germany, Bentlage, Germany
Duration: 7 May 202330 Jul 2023


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