Museé Magazine: Barbara Kasten | Architecture and Film (2015–2020)


“… In all her works, from the blue meditations of the 1990s to the chromatic installations and films since 2015, the consistent thread remains her phenomenological approach to abstraction. Kasten’s exploration of light, space, and architecture is intrinsically interwoven, leading to a unique visual language that encapsulates the tangible and intangible elements of human experience. She captures how light travels through architecture, how it reflects, refracts, and sculpts spaces, and consequently our perception of them. In the end, her work emerges as an ode to the sensory journey that light takes through architecture and film, illuminating the ways in which art can redefine our relationship with the world.”

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