• Teresa Murak, Sowing  1975/76, 1976

Teresa Murak’s work is a consequence of changes which took place in the visual arts at the turn of the 1960s and 1970s, entailing the dematerialisation of art-works, the focus shifting from object to creation process, with the introduction of new materials. Murak’s works are ephemeral and created from delicate matter: plants, dust, sourdough, water, seeds, or laid paper. The artist is interested in nature’s less spectacular forms, such as mud, dust and weeds; she often uses cress, from which she “grew” her vegetable garments, carpets, geometrical sculptures and props for theatre plays or art performances.

Year: 1976
Medium: black-and-white photography
Format: 26,5×39,5 cm

Acquisition: deposit
Ownership form: deposit
Source: Teresa Murak
Index: MSN: 413-7/2011
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