A waterfall of orange lianas hangs from the ceiling of the room like an accurately shaped square of wild plants from the rainforest. Alongside it grow neon-coloured flowers from a block of granite. However unusual, these are not the work of a loony botanist on LSD, but two pieces of the exhibition “Cut” at the Kunsthalle.
For those of you who only know silhouette cuttings as a souvenir from fairs or renaissance markets, this exhibition will certainly prove mind-blowing. “Cut” shows all facets that a cut-out work can possibly enfold in hœuvres of German and international artists from the years 1970 – 2010. Three-dimensional installations, brightly-coloured floral pieces and political statements in monochrome artworks fill the halls of the “Galerie der Gegenwart”. The world of flowing, living paper awaits you!