Natalia Stachon

Study for The History of Aberrations, No. 7Study for The History of Aberrations, No. 8Study for The History of Aberrations, No. 9

Natalia Stachon (b. 1976 in Katowice, living in Berlin, working in Hamburg) studied visual communication and art at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg (1997-2004) as well as photography at the Zurich University of the Arts (2001-2002). She taught, among others, at the HafenCity University Hamburg, at the Bern University of Arts and at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg. In the series of drawings The History of Aberrations (since 2014), Stachon examines the original function, the aberrant use and the state of objects on different time levels. Templates for the photo-realistic drawings are images and photographs of destroyed or fallen over transmission towers, which are surrounded by darkness and only partially illuminated by spotlights. Stachon’s interest lies in ambivalence. The perception of the viewers, the noticeability of history and the notion of ​​the possible future use of objects here play a central role. Most recently her work was shown at, among others, Bürkle, Freiburg (2014); Daimler Contemporary, Berlin (2013); Museo Santa Giulia, Brescia (2013); Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2013); Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn (2013); Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich (2011; 2010); Tate Modern, London (2010).



Study for The History of Aberrations
2016, charcoal and blackstone pencil on paper, mounted on aluminium, framed, 50 x 70 cm, no. 7, signed label
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Study for The History of Aberrations
2016, charcoal and blackstone pencil on paper, mounted on aluminium, framed, 50 x 70 cm, no. 8, signed label
2.600 euro member, 2.900 euro non-member
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Study for The History of Aberrations
2016, charcoal and blackstone pencil on paper, mounted on aluminium, framed, 50 x 70 cm, no. 9, signed label
2.600 euro member, 2.900 euro non-member
sold out