In her artistic practice she often thematizes the area of humanly constructed spaces of longing, fictitious or of real nature and investigates how these ideas manifest themselves in the form of „Arcadian“ gardens, virtual landscapes, avatars or personal fantasies.
Her work shows the ever-changing relationships between virtual and analog spaces while its implementation and development is exactly at the boundary of these two areas. Often digital for- mats, mostly animations, are the starting points of her works, which she then translates into installations, physical objects and paintings allowing a dialogue with each other.
Here the virtual world, as an entity with its own authorship, is questioned and its potential and impact in the analog and digital spheres is explored.
Description: This work shows several cloned avatars, each standing in a separate box, repeatedly performing restrictive poses in a loop in an isolated virtual environment.
It is a commentary on collected, personally conducted conversations with women and especially mothers during the months of the lockdown of the Covid 19 pandemic and shows how sensitive the actual status quo of today’s modern, working women is.
The animation visually and acoustically captures the state of long-lasting social isolation from the perspective of these women, who seem to resemble the virtual counterparts, their digital characters, the avatars.
These are often designed as optimized and sexualized female figures and embody regressive stereotypes.
In this animation female avatars pose and repeat in an endless loop, simple patterns of movement attributed to female characters on standard websites.