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Jorinde Voigt (b. 1977)
Jorinde Voigt (b. 1977)
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Jorinde Voigt (b. 1977)

BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten Berlin-Dahlem, Berlin, Germany (June 2012)

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Jorinde Voigt (b. 1977)
BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten Berlin-Dahlem, Berlin, Germany (June 2012)
each: signed, titled and dated 'BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten Berlin-Dahlem, Berlin, Germany Berlin / Juni 2012 Jorinde Voigt', consecutively numbered '1.)' through to '25.)' and inscribed with Latin species name (to the lower edge)
industrial paint on aluminium rods, in twenty-five parts
each, length: 300cm.
each, diameter: varying 0.5-3.5cm.
installation dimensions variable
Executed in 2012
Provenance
David Nolan Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2013.
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Photographs courtesy of David Nolan Gallery, New York.

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Lot Essay

‘The outcome of such a visit to a botanical garden is a group of painted aluminium rods; an algorithmically developed “code” that takes as its theme my walk and perceptions along the parameters of colour, proportion, performance, season of the year, norm and infinity—and creates a matrix for perception.’ —J. VOIGT

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