• Urs Fischer

    Galerie Eva Presenhuber

    A feeling of emptiness set in upon entering Urs Fischer’s exhibition “Large, Dark & Empty.” The viewer at first saw not the five cast aluminum and polyurethane sculptures on display but two huge expanses of mirrors: In both spaces, the opposite walls were mounted with mirrors that extended from ceiling to floor, confronting the visitor with her own image. Looking at the mirrored wall of death of a moment (all works 2007), one saw oneself and the entire room reflected—as well as the opposite room (and one’s back), mirrored in birth of a moment, in an endless repetition. Only at second glance

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