Ankabuta is not a loud person. That you making all the small and smallest parts, which it processes to the large-scale installations, with their own hands, on a concentrated and self-contained beings close. So, she has formed a few years ago from cling film, acrylic paint, and wire, thousands of ants crawled then until the Museum artists ' colony in Darmstadt and the Museum Wiesbaden. With the same dedication and dexterity in 1980 in Korea-born artist is devoted to, in the meantime, your "wire drawings", the transfer of the preferred technique of pencil drawing in the third Dimension. In this way, she gave, among other things, a stream of associations with the theme of home design: Countless miniature paintings of city views, monuments, people, animals and things to cover since 2014, a 24-Meter-wide and four-Meter-high wall in the Foyer of the Darmstadt-based energy provider Entega. This object Chen work as drawn and seem to float over the white surface.
However, Ankabuta welcomes your visit now particularly quiet. Because their apartment in Wiesbaden-Westend, in the she lives with her husband, a Dutch architect, for eight years, and at the same time as a workshop and Depot, meanwhile, has also a children's room. There, her son, Roah, came eighteen months ago, the world is sleeping. Time for you since then, something even more precious. Especially since you just took a big project: Just the Christa-Moering was awarded the scholarship, which is awarded by the city of Wiesbaden since 2009, and in addition to a support in the amount of 10,000 Euro, with an exhibition in the städtische Kunsthalle is connected.
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The obvious question of how they agreed with the challenges as a freelance artist and as a mother, it does not seem appropriate for her. Since the birth of her son, does not mean that you have to get different tasks somehow under a hat. Rather, the influence that this has on your life, to a new creative source for your art.Updated Date: 25 June 2020, 15:19