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© Rosemarie Trockel/Bildupphovsrätt 2020
On View:Stockholm
Rosemarie Trockel
Born 1952
Germany After the Hunt, 2013
Efter jakten
Wool yarn, wood
Bildmått: 296 × 296 cm Ram: 296 × 296 × 6,8 cm
Paintings, Textile
Purchase 2015 funded by The Anna-Stina Malmborg and Gunnar Höglund Foundation
MOM/2015/91 On view at Stockholm
- About the work
Rosemarie Trockel uses everyday objects that are transformed and take on new meaning. She regards the kitchen as a workplace, her studio. Using utensils from the “home and hearth”, traditionally associated with women, she confronts a male-dominated, minimalist tradition in her often pared-down works. Trockel had her breakthrough in the 1980s, with sculptures in the form of stoves, hobs and knitted paintings.  Trockel’s first knitted pictures were made with a machine, and the patterns were designed on a computer. “After the Hunt” is hand-nitted in green wool, and the artist has turned the reverse side and the stretcher out towards the viewer.
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