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Anna Möller, Untitled #5, 2016, ink-jet print on paper, 12 1/2 × 18 7/8".

Anna Möller

Galerie Karin Guenther

Anna Möller, Untitled #5, 2016, ink-jet print on paper, 12 1/2 × 18 7/8".

For this show, eleven framed photographic works, Untitled #1 through #11 (all works 2016) were brought together with the installation The Great Unpaid Laborer of the World (Porcelain Rubber Dust), which consists of fragile white porcelain objects exhibited on three open-sided Plexiglas boxes, one of which was partly fitted inside another. Among the materials used to make this work, the artist listed both the titular porcelain dust and fingerprints on the transparent surfaces. This is symptomatic of her approach, for Anna Möller is preoccupied with the indeterminate.

The photographic works show black-and-white prints of varying size arranged on blank pieces of paper, the latter functioning as white spaces inserted between the images like visual pauses. These elements are all placed at different intervals, sometimes next to each other, sometimes partly covering each other, with each

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