Review Bouncing Art Show Taiwan
july 7 2021 – artemperor
Walk along Dyssica Ave. and seek emotional belonging
Fascinated by the unique appearance and stop-motion animation of Eastern European puppets since childhood, German artist Karla Kracht is good at creating bizarre images from different fields. The technological installation is full of theatrical sense, and the audience is the protagonist of this seance, surrounded by a mysterious atmosphere, listening to the unknown whispers from the other side. At first glance, Afghan-born artist Shaheer Zazai ‘s “Carpet” series seems to use embroidery and weaving techniques traditionally classified as women’s hands to create unique carpet shapes, but a closer look reveals that he is actually using Microsoft Word The built-in symbols are latitude and longitude, which are delicately woven through self-created pages and format rules into visual totems like a puzzle, full of touch temperature, thus eliminating the huge difference between technology and traditional craftsmanship.
In the work of German artist Karla Kracht, the viewer acts as the protagonist driving a mysterious seance. Photo / Courtesy of We ART The World.