Nora Schultz

  • Born 1975, Frankfurt / Main, Germany Lives and works in BerlinNora Schulz explores the relations between painting, sculpture, performance, and language. She tends to capture the moment where forms become signs and elements of language. She is interested in translation and in the shifts that occur when external realities and cultural patterns are readapted. She mainly works with industrial materials that she collects in the surroundings of her studio in Berlin (metal of all sorts, rugs, shafts, tubes, ropes). Process and shifting are the bases of her practice which concerns transformation within each context. She remodels found objects into abstract sculpted paintings characterized by precarious balance. Her sculptures often end up taking the shape of printing machines, questioning language and the authority of its grammatical forms in an active process of materialisation.

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Born 1975, Frankfurt / Main, Germany

 Lives and works in Berlin

Nora Schulz explores the relations between painting, sculpture, performance, and language. She tends to capture the moment where forms become signs and elements of language. She is interested in translation and in the shifts that occur when external realities and cultural patterns are readapted. She mainly works with industrial materials that she collects in the surroundings of her studio in Berlin (metal of all sorts, rugs, shafts, tubes, ropes). Process and shifting are the bases of her practice which concerns transformation within each context. She remodels found objects into abstract sculpted paintings characterized by precarious balance. Her sculptures often end up taking the shape of printing machines, questioning language and the authority of its grammatical forms in an active process of materialisation.