Dialogue I: The Glass Veil: Suzanne Anker & Sabine Flach
Figure 18. Left: Suzanne Anker, The Glass Veil (The Center of Gravity), 2009. Nylon, bungee cord, silver leaf, lead and brass. Right: Suzanne Anker, The Glass Veil (The Hand-Mirror), 2009. Inkjet print on sintra, 76 x 96 in (193 x 243.8 cm). Installation view of The Glass Veil at Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité, Berlin, Germany, 2009. Photograph by Suzanne Anker. ← 70 | 71 → ← 71 | 72 → ← 72 | 73 →
SUZANNE ANKER & SABINE FLACH
Sabine Flach: In The Glass Veil project (fig. 18) as well as other work, you employ objects, materials and topics that are already given. In other words, the subjects of your work previously exist, in other spaces and for alternate reasons. In essence, you are not the absolute provenance of your images. Could you describe how you see your work with regard to such matters?
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