Event Alpenstadt Chur
Ursula Palla. Nowhereland
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Ursula Palla, born and raised in Chur in 1961, now lives and works in Zurich.
In her work, she interweaves video with spatial sculptures and works with sensitive materials such as cast sugar, coal dust or snow. The fragility of nature and fauna is the focus of many works. An enchanting aesthetic makes them accessible on a first level. At the same time, all works are based on comprehensive research, the knowledge of which only fully reveals the depth and urgency of the works. Ursula Palla's video and spatial installations are poetic and at the same time show gaps that often leave a stale feeling behind and remind us of our responsibility towards nature and the environment. The artist's work is thus highly topical and will be shown in two museums in 2022: In the Bündner Kunstmuseum Chur, installations from the last 10 years will be shown in 13 rooms in the extension building and in the Villa Planta, and Ursula Palla is realizing a series of new works for the Kunst(Zeug)Haus Rapperswil-Jona.
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