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Curious Implantation – Nicole Knauer

  • On September 11, 2006

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On the openinng night of Ars Electronica I visited the KunstRaum Goethestraße to see Nicole Knauer’s remarkable installation ‘Curious Implantation ‘ made from 500,000 white plastic cable ties. Using a generic object for day to day electronics and every installation artists most basic tool she has made a landscape that from a distance appears soft and organic moving gently almost as if it is breathing. Only on closer inspection to you realise its manufactured rough bristly texture.

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"The translucence, the ephemeral and the transience of the artist’s favourite materials and shapes that are represented in this installation can be regarded as a metaphor for the sphere between reality and absurdity." Nicole Knauer’s aim is to use synthetic waste products in a different way to that which was originally intended.

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Nicole has also experimented with creating clothing using various colors of cable ties which resemble feathers or soft ribbons.

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