Liesl Raff


Liesl Raff’s practice is characterized by a semiotics of materials that start where words supposedly fail. Through continuous experimentation and a strong sensitivity for different materials, Raff’s sculptures negotiate the beauty and fragility of physical togetherness, by showing it and making it tangible. In using an anthropomorphic formal language, dealing with seriality and process-based work, the artist not only deals with bodies and relationships, but also movements such as minimalism, process art and Arte Povera with a contemporary revision.

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