Human Form Repeats Itself in Kassandra Becker's 'Pro Forma'

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Mar 22, 2009   Updated: Jul 18 2011 • References: lacoste & theletter
Berlin-based artist Kassandra Becker used a painted-green sculpture as a repeating design element throughout the art installation displayed in the 'Pro Forma' exhibition.

Becker is known for the use of bright colors and blurring the line between human and animal forms.

The 'Pro Forma' exhibition features works and installations based upon everyday things and situations. It is taking place at the non-profit studio Kuenstlerhaus Dortmund February 6 through March 22nd, 2009.

Implications - Kassandra Becker's 'Pro Forma' is certain to challenge collective preconceived notions on a variety of topics, in addition serving as a great jumping off point into the inquiry of the nature of art. If you are able to, you should certainly consider going to this phenomenal art event for a rising star in the German art world. Stats for Contorted Green Figurines Trending: Older & Chilly
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