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thea djordjadze :: geometric sculptures

Thea Djordjadze creates sculptures, installations, paintings and drawings. She puts together a world of light shapes: her sculptures look as if a few items of furniture and architecture models dating from the 1960s had taken on an independent existence and mugged a Calder mobile. Lumps of clay on the border between being something in the process of being shaped and something that is still shapeless are stuck, in delicately balanced rhythms, between the foam objects that teeter on the most filigree of modernist legs. This art, which always looks cobbled together, provisional and like a model for something is part of a new type of aesthetics, it is an aesthetic rendition of the hope that art remains living and does not deteriorate into the type of decorative geegaw to be found at our markets. (Niklas Maak, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)


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