Wool, wadding, doll-eyes, cap, tape, button, wire, wood, 70 x 40 x 42 cm, 2007.
Sneak Like A Panther – Puschen* For The Cosy Generation
20 textile objects (wool and felt) on wooden display, 140 x 200 cm, 2005.
*Puschen – german word meaning slippers.
Nina Braun is immersed in an analogue world, where the obsession with material and her devotion to each individual object emerges from her very personal imagery.
Her approach to materials like wool and fabric are the base for her sometimes child-like and naive objects that result from an intensive working process. Considering that we are living in a digital era where economical aspects of the working process prevail and thoughts and images can be infinitely reproduced, Nina Braun’s approach to work is quite revolutionary.
It’s like a death in the family,” the 70-year-old fisherman said of the Exxon Valdez disaster. “With time it gets a little better, but the pain never really goes away. Until this generation passes on, I don’t think it will ever really be over.”
Poster was created in response to the Supreme Court Decision last June in favor of Exxon Mobile.
Bracelet purse with rubber handle.
11″h x 4.5″w x 4.5″d
Purse with boar’s bristle and adjustable shoulder cord.
8″h x 3″d
Shoulder or handheld purse. All Purses like this on inside.
4″h x 5 1/2″w x 3″d
Jacek Yerka, famous painter from Poland. Relax, watch and enjoy.