Essay by Dieter Ronte.
Published by Charta
Using lone objects as readily as entire rooms, and combining fast media and slow processes, Chiara Dynys exercises her artistic grasp over everything, be it serious or happy-go-lucky, square or round, three dimensional or flat. Her work is not a theoretical construct, nor an entity to be held at a distance, nor a monument for eternity; instead it is vital, living and intended for use.
STATUS: Out of print | 5/1/2009
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