Svenja Schüffler´s projects are engaged in human-earth-science related topics and uncertain knowledge.

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INTRODUCTION: Anthropomorpha

INTRODUCTION: Anthropomorpha

Anthropomorpha that is the link for questioning the mechanisms that produce and determine the human. The term Anthropomorpha (human-like) originates from a defunct taxon that Carl von Linné (founder of the modern scientific...
(Apo)tropaion ‘1

(Apo)tropaion ‘1

Looking at apes or its imagery to some extent seems like looking in a mirror. It is the experience of seeing too many similarites and differences embodied at the same...
(Apo)tropaion ‘2

(Apo)tropaion ‘2

Every piece, every line, every slit a presence that repels and surrounds his absence. – Chalk pastels on paper, paper band-aids 100cm x 80cm, framed: timber – white glazed maple, museum glas,...
Defunct Taxon

Defunct Taxon

Chalk pastels on paper, pencil (sketch line), 2011 200cm x 152cm / framed, timber – red alder  
2969 (First Count)

2969 (First Count)

2969 paper abstractions of band-aids, pencil, couch 180cm x 80cm x 110cm, 2012
(Authorship and Love)

(Authorship and Love)

Etching needle, darning needle, embossing pen, scalpel, blade, scissor, paper abstractions of band-aids, pencil, adhesive, glas showcase 40cm x 26cm x 10cm, 2013
(Apo)tropaion ‘3

(Apo)tropaion ‘3

Chalk pastels on paper, adhesive, paper abstractions of band-aids, pencil (sketch line), paper mounted on aluminium dibond/3mm 80cm x 100cm x 3cm / frame 86cm x 106cm x 6,5cm /...
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Chalk pastels on paper, pencil (sketch line), 2011 152cm x 200cm / framed, timber – red alder
Untitled (Dynamograms)

Untitled (Dynamograms)

Chalk pastels on paper, pencil (sketch line), paper mounted on aluminium dibond/2mm. (6x) 30cm x 50cm / frame 34,5cm x 55cm x 4cm / timber – red alder / non...
(Apo)tropaion ‘4-6

(Apo)tropaion ‘4-6

Chalk pastels on paper, pencil (sketch line) 60cm x 90cm / framed, timber – white glazed maple, 2013
Five Eyes (Moth)

Five Eyes (Moth)

Chalk pastels on paper, cutout, 30 x 30cm, oak, MIROGARD, 2016
Five Eyes

Five Eyes

Being able to shift. Hairy, unreadable, squatting in the blind.
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