Jenny Brockmann’s research focuses on the environment. She indagates on what happens when characteristics of the human body are transfered on an architectural space. The space reveals to be tight, broad, high, permeable, closed, dynamic, static, ramified, immediate, oscillating, inclined.
In her work, Brockmann develops a dialogue between personal experience and social/political themes. The artist immerses herself in an architectural space, either given or created, and works with materials and forms that adapt to and modify the space. Her interventions aim to create a dialogue, tension and ambiguity between the physical/sensual against more industrial qualities.
Brockmann researches natural forms and processes and the function of human and social behaviors in a variety of different media (light, film, projection, sound). Through performances she explores her personal psychological and physiological borders in order to transfer them into a space and to create radical compositions for her investigations.Read more