Onomatopee, 24 x 17 cm, 112
dach&zefir duo are convinced of the symbolic act of transmission and the gestures objects zoom into the historic making of identity. Krier invited writer and curator Lucy Cotter to reflect on the ethics of cultural exchange and how the unknown in collaborative making might generate new ways of thinking. The art historian Thomas Golsenne was also invited to analyse their work through the lens of ‘Bricologie’, the (non)science of mending and re-composing.
Onomatopee 55.3, Atelier Sophie Krier, 2019