Daniel Göttin at PS Projectspace, Amsterdam
Oct 30, 2015
Daniel Göttin is a Swiss artist whose work is divided between site-specific work and colored or painted objects for walls. He lives and works in Basel. For more than 25 years, Daniel Göttin has focused on making temporary and permanent site-specific installations and interventions, Art in Public Space, objects, paintings, drawings, collages and prints.
We are pleased to announce Daniel Göttin's forthcoming solo exhibition Double View at PS Projectspace, Amsterdam.
Daniel Göttin's solo exhibition Double View at PS Projectspace
Double View is a site-specific wall-work made up of five black tape works displayed on three walls alongside with five small colored tape works on grey cardboard. Both parts stand by themselves in regard to their size and color still concurrently playing with each other, repeating the U-shaped form on white wall and on grey cardboard backgrounds in a distinct way, suggesting visual interaction between themselves and originating a double view. Since 1990, Göttin explores the subjective nature of perception, examining the interaction between space, object and viewer.
"The interaction between my specific intervention and the environment allows an experience of a newly defined perception of space." - Daniel Göttin
Preview is on Sunday 1st of November between 4 and 6 pm. The exhibition runs until the 6th of December.
Featured image: PS Projectspace