Lou Masduraud

Lou Masduraud, *1990, CH MOM (Moon Cycle Dew Fountain), 2020 150 × 300 × 300 cm Steel, bronze, cork, enamel, aluminosilicate, heavens With the support of Fonds cantonal d’art contemporain, DCS, Geneva Inspired by eco-feminist thought, MOM was conceived to be a poetic and critical antithesis to Geneva’s famous water jet. The sculpture autonomously captures the energy of the … Continued

Gina Fischli

*1989, CH Geneva, 2020 Come Here Please, 2020 Auf Wiedersehen, 2020 I’m Not Telling You, 2020 Swiss Life, 2020 Good Dog, 2020 Zürich, 2020 This Is Going Somewhere, 2020 600 × 120 cm  each Digital print on polyester The traditional language of the heraldic banner, dotted with lions and mythological animals, is playfully subverted in this series, … Continued

Ida Ekblad

*1980, NO Kraken Möbel, 2020 76 × 75 × 160 cm, two elements 76 × 75 × 80 cm, one element Steel, wood, linseed oilpaint This Norwegian artist presented her first series of park benches during her 2019 solo show at the Kunsthalle Zurich, where these sculptures created unusual vantage points from which to view her monumental paintings on the walls. Ekblad also conceived … Continued

Dora Budor

*1984, CR-US Seized Sun, 2020 Variable dimensions Existing inground lightwells, six emergency beacon lights (active at dusk) Reminder of another sun, if the drill goes far enough

Ser Serpas

*1995, CH-US Non Condition, (June 25), 2020 Aches in Pulses (July 25), 2020 Constraints about an Axis (August 25), 2020

Nathalie Du Pasquier

Nathalie Du Pasquier, *1957, FR-IT Torre Numero Uno, 2020 305 × 103 × 103 cm Glazed terracotta bricks An archetypal construction material, the brick is at once economical and rational, and allows for an infinite sequence of patterns, whether through repetitions, rhythms, complex systems or binary contrasts. Using industrial terracotta bricks, and working in collaboration with Mutina, an Italian … Continued

Jean-Luc Moulène

*1955, FR Pyramid’os, Le Buisson, 2020 60 × 70 × 70 cm Bronze The human body, its organs and its limbs constitute a lexical repertoire on which many tongues have drawn has drawn to form many picturesque expressions. From Leonardo da Vinci to Corbusier, the human body has also served as a reference, as a measure. It can be … Continued

Matthew Lutz-Kinoy

*1984, US The Rising and Setting of the Sun, 2020 700 × 50 × 500 cm Wood, steel, plexiglas, acrylic paint, resin, canvas Through doubling and reflection, the site-specific work of Matthew Lutz-Kinoy reveals a scene  within a scene, a backdrop inside the landscape of the park. The triptych The Rising and Setting of the Sun is contained within a narrative … Continued

John Knight

*1945, US Grassroots Never too much, hardly enough  Frederick Law Olmsted The expression, sculpture garden less seems a typology than opens subsets of abstract space that intersect members of a patrimony tethered to artifices of guarded pleasures. Protected and preserved, they serve to define geopolitical boundaries. So, why is it that we see so many … Continued