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Overview

Ulla von Brandenburg develops a work inspired by the theater, its imagination and conventions. Around the notion of ritual, the artist invites the public to take part in an immersive and renewed experience of the themes, forms and motifs that irrigate his work: movement, stage, color, music, textiles ... Borrowing from literature, psychology, cinema, she designs stagings that question the relationships between illusion and reality, audience and actors. She designs generous works, imbued with beauty and mystery, whose staging is developed according to the exhibition spaces. Using the Passage Sainte-Croix in its primary function, a place of passage within one of the oldest districts of Nantes, Ulla von Brandenburg deploys her works throughout the place and transforms the setting. The different mediums used by the artist, videos, installations and sculptures, inhabit the place and are revealed as you explore the exhibition. The artist has a number of chapters follow one another in the space of the passage, like different acts...

Ulla von Brandenburg develops a work inspired by the theater, its imagination and  conventions. Around the notion of ritual, the artist invites the public to take part in an immersive and renewed experience of the themes, forms and motifs that irrigate his work: movement, stage, color, music, textiles ...

Borrowing from literature, psychology, cinema, she designs stagings that question the relationships between illusion and reality, audience and actors. She designs generous works, imbued with beauty and mystery, whose staging is developed according to the exhibition spaces.

Using the Passage Sainte-Croix in its primary function, a place of passage within one of the oldest districts of Nantes, Ulla von Brandenburg deploys her works throughout the place and transforms the setting. The different mediums used by the artist, videos, installations and sculptures, inhabit the place and are revealed as you explore the exhibition.

The artist has a number of chapters follow one another in the space of the passage, like different acts of a staging in which the visitor is invited to wander and gaze.

Photos: Ombres bleues et jaunes, Ulla von Brandenburg, Passage Sainte-Croix, le Voyage à Nantes 2021 © Martin Argyroglo / LVAN

Passage Sainte-Croix

9, rue de la Bâclerie, 44000 Nantes, France

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