Light (Metal)
Cyanotype on linen, steel 

I want to sleep with your truth against my cheek

In installative works, Elina Saalfeld and Elisa Nessler wander through the tension fields of growing up and invite blurred glances at the search for the self and the other.

Saalfeld's installation Light (Metal) explores notions of authenticity, identity, and the desire to be seen. For the work, poems from pubescents collected via social media are printed on linen using the cyanotype-process and are hung on a metal framework, creating a space that makes temporality and process visible.

Design: Fiete Lauschke

Frappant Galerie, 2021