EVA KOCH (Denmark)
11 Selected works 1997-2010
From 24 April to 28 May 2014
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VisualcontainerTV is glad to present a special selection of 11 Selected works from 1997 to 2010.
Eva Koch’s work is highly varied, from the clearly defined, concrete sculptural element to the immaterial seduction of the video image, to the invisible interference of the sound work.
About EVA KOCH
Artist Eva Koch works spatially in the fields of video installation, sound and sculpture.
Eva Koch’s sculptures relate in scale to man’s own physical presence, most notably in her Earth Sculpture near the city of Esbjerg, created out of 800,000 cubic meters of earth, a clear landmark in the West Jutland landscape.
A recurrent theme in Eva Koch’s video works is the anonymous individual seen from a collective viewpoint. In her large-scale interactive video work VILLAR the viewer is given insight into a family whose lives have been affected by war. The work is a multi-faceted narrative showing us that truth has many aspects and that our memories are subjective.
Eva Koch’s art is often place-specific and interactive. Her works particularly revolve around the themes of communication and the shared features of human experience. Presented in a sensuous simple language in which image and word merge in extension of one another.
Eva Koch participated in the Venice Biennale in 2003 and 2005 and at Tate Modern in 2007, 19th Biennale of Sidney 2014.
Selected works from 1997 to 2010
Salammbo – 4:36
Augusta – 5:47
Red Poppies – 1:08
Evergreen – 3:39
Confer – 2:18
Approach – 3:20
Postcard to a Ballerina – 7:10
Villar – 2:59
Nomad – 1:42
Crowds – 4:28
Transit – 3:17