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Movement of the heart und weitere Werke von Sofie Muller

Movement of the heart, 2020
16.5 x 22 cm (h x w)
photography
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Sofie Muller presents Movement of the heart, an international project that introduces a new series of bronze sculptures.
Imposed confinement can cause feelings of anxiety and distress. To combat these feelings, Muller developed her own ritual and collected sprouted onions during spring. On these onions she wrote or carved small intentions. She sculpted hearts around them in clay or wax and casted them in bronze. During summer, Muller continued this project during an artist residence in Palazzo Monti, Brescia. Being in this area, she took the opportunity to do extensive research to Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomic sketches and his theories on the human heart. 500 years later Muller humbly follows in Da Vinci's footsteps, conducting her own research to the heart, a universal symbol worldwide.
The result is a new series of 150 bronze hearts. Each heart is unique.
10 galleries from Mexico to New Zealand, from France to Austria will present this new series of hearts simultaneously on March 21, 2021, the beginning of spring. This day marks the start of spring in Europe – a time celebrating new life – and the ideal moment to send out a positive message after a year of battling Covid-19.

We will present 5 hearts in Salon Real and Salon Virtual.



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other works by Sofie Muller

Movement of the heart, 2020
35 x 26 cm (h x w)
photography

Movement of the heart, 2020
35 x 26 cm (h x w)
Phtograpgy

Movement of the heart_Leonardo..., 2020
20.2 x 27 cm (h x w)
photography

Movement of the heart_4, 2020
Bronze

Movement of the heart_3, 2020
Bronze

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