Maurits van de Laar will moderate a discussion with Susanna Inglada & Charlotte Schleiffert about their residencies abroad and the impact on their work.
Susanna Inglada (1983) and Charlotte Schleiffert (1967) both recently had residencies abroad that gave their work a new impulse. During lockdown Susanna Inglada was an artist in residence at the Accademia di Spagna in Rome. Here she made a series of new works on paper: Faces and Crowds: faces and collections of arms and hands. What strikes is that her use of color became more pronounced in Rome. Charlotte Schleiffert made a series of drawings directly from nature in the spring of 2019 in Paris amongst others in the Jardin des Plantes, which she later colored in the studio. With this nature comes to the fore, the human being always so prominent in her work, is at best still present as a statue in the park.
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