• View of “Thea Djordjaze,” 2019.

    View of “Thea Djordjaze,” 2019.

    Thea Djordjadze

    Kunst Museum Winterthur

    Notions of provisionality and contingency have long been leitmotifs of the work of the Berlin-based Georgian artist Thea Djordjadze. Objects both found and fabricated coalesce in a particular configuration for the duration of an exhibition and are then dispersed back into their constituent parts. Djordjadze arranges elements paratactically; new resonances emerge as the physical relationship between individual objects—between, say, an angular metal sculpture, a Berber carpet, and a lumpy ceramic vessel—is reconfigured. And just as she adapts her works to the spaces in which they are installed,

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