“I was fascinated by the thought of folding space,” Katharina Grosse once said. Her latest installation transcends the boundaries of the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart as it erupts into a sprawling kaleidoscope. From varicolored surges inside to the vast paintings on the ground and nearby outdoor walls, “It Wasn’t Us” is an expansive artwork on the site of a former railway building.
As visitors walk throughout the work, the abstract forms swell in various directions, creating a new visual at each angle. “I painted my way out of the building,” Grosse said about the site-specific project.
“It Wasn’t Us” will be on view at the Berlin museum until October 1, 2021, and if you can’t experience it in person, open our Official WeChat Public Account(“artthat”) to watch the immersive video and interview with the artist. To dive further into Grosse’s work, please click here to check out her past works.
“It Wasn’t Us“ (2020), Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart. All images © Katharina Grosse, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 202o. Photos by Jens Ziehe
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