Gin Bahc

The painter paints to erase himself and to expand himself.

Various media, performance, variable size 

2020

Gin Bahc

lives and works in Karlsruhe. She studied at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle and at the State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe with Professors Gustav Kluge and Marcel van Eeden, where she completed her studies as a master student in 2017. She received two residency grants for Vienna and Paris. Most recently she was a fellow at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Between October and May, the artist experienced the protests of the Gilets Jaune, and from March onwards, the strict exit bans due to COVID-19. Her own space and body became a projection surface for potential exhibitions, the available material all around flows into works that inevitably articulate themselves in the "domestic sphere". A new work that wants to be explored, provided that it is filled with curiosity instead of fear.

Instagram: @ginbahc

Website: www.ginbahc.tumblr.com

"Der Abstraktismus ist die Rebellion des Menschen angesichts des leeren Abgrunds, ein Ausdruck der Angst, der organische Prinzipien ablehnt und unter solchen Umständen die
menschliche Schöpfungsfreiheit bekräftigt."
 
Herbert Read

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