The exhibition Once In A Blue Moon comprises seminal works from 1989 to the present. Taking familiar objects as a starting point, Susan Weil reduces all elements to their intrinsic nature to then reconstruct them in unexpected ensembles. Her work Wandering Chairs, a cooperation with her son Christopher Rauschenberg, consists of two chairs and the artist’s portrait, assembled like a puzzle from our different pieces. The viewer’s searching eye is first captured by the entire picture full of movement and disruption. Gradually, one is willing to engage in the artist’s game, constructing with her a new world in which the objects find each other in unanticipated ways.
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