Judith Hopf: OUT
© Judith Hopf, Birne, 2018. Courtesy the artist and kaufmann repetto, Milan, New York, Deborah Schamoni, Munich, and Metro Pictures, New York. Installation view Institute for Contemporary Art. Photo: Frank Sperling.
Take a close look at a giant pear made of bricks, disappear into a ’flying cinema’ and meet a flock of ‘laptop men’ in a new exhibition featuring German artist Judith Hopf.
‘Art shouldn’t be too serious,’ says German artist Judith Hopf. And indeed humour is a key feature of the Berlin-based artist’s works as she explores how everyday objects, architecture and technology affect the human body, our behaviour and our relationships with each other.
In the exhibition you will discover works infused by a clumsy awkwardness as well as by playful humour – such as a giant pear and a walking house.
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