Photo Forum Box (c) Marianne Siri
Inka Bell: Shift / Marianne Siri: Least Concern
The starting point of Inka Bell‘s exhibition Shift is the movement, layers of time, and subtle changes felt by the artist at Forum Box.
The starting point of Inka Bell‘s exhibition Shift is the movement, layers of time, and subtle changes felt by the artist at Forum Box. The exhibition consists of paper sculptures in which change and time appear as movement and rhythmicity between materials, colors, light, shapes, and weight: unique and clearly defined, back and forth and flickering or almost imperceptible. In the new exhibition, the repeated sharp and straight angles recurrent in Bell’s works, which are often limited to a rectangular shape, occasionally soften towards rounder and smoothier shapes.
In Marianne Siri's exhibition Least-concern species is a species that has been categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as evaluated as not being a focus of species conservation because the specific species is still plentiful in the wild. Humans are classified into this category as being one of the most common and widespread mammals. The exhibition consists mainly of sculptures of women made of plaster and ceramic. There are also few animal species and one boy present. The artworks display subjects such as the diversity of nature, holiness and social media. The focus is on the human-centered attitude that sees that nature exists only for humans.