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  • 1– Andrej Polukord: Ein echter Schwarzkeramikpilz, 2018. Photo: Tobias Hübel (out of stock)
  • 2– Andrej Polukord: Ein echter Schwarzkeramikpilz auf einem Schwarzkeramikpilz, 2018. Photo: Tobias Hübel
  • 3– Andrej Polukord: Ein echter Schwarzkeramikpilz auf einem Schwarzkeramikpilz auf einem Schwarzkeramikpilz, 2018. Photo: Tobias Hübel

Andrej Polukord

2018

Andrej Polukord’s work often contains moments of absurdity, which he likes to take from everyday contexts and process in performances, installations and video work. Thus, among other things, fungi in all sizes and materials are a recurring motif in the artistic work of Andrej Polukord, who admits that he feels more comfortable in the forest than in air-conditioned exhibition rooms.

For his annual edition, Oft, sehr oft, finde ich viele künstliche Pilze, he once again operated as an artificial fungi collector and discovered a series of three mushrooms made from black ceramic. The anthracite-coloured surfaces of these so-called black ceramics are created in a firing process in which little air is added, thus removing oxygen from the clay. Polukord’s mushrooms, which as a result of this effect appear fragile and charred, play with the relationship between nature and human, and also with the question of transience.

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Annual edition 2018


Oft, sehr oft, finde ich viele künstliche Pilze,
2018

1–
Ein echter Schwarzkeramikpilz, 2018
Black ceramic
8 x 8 x 8 cm
Unique work; with certificate
Out of stock

2–
Ein echter Schwarzkeramikpilz auf einem Schwarzkeramikpilz, 2018
Black ceramic
12,5 x 11 x 11 cm
Unique work; with certificate
Out of stock

3–
Ein echter Schwarzkeramikpilz auf einem Schwarzkeramikpilz auf einem Schwarzkeramikpilz, 2018
Black ceramic
19 x 15 x 15 cm
Unique work; with certificate
Euro 460,–

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