Glass and wood are the backbone of Tipping Point. These towering installations dominate everyday spaces from floor to ceiling, enveloping those who venture within. Each environment is reminiscent of an organic structure: rippling waves, for instance, or the inside of a human body. Multidisciplinary artist Simone Fezer describes her large-scale works as “stages for the viewer to enter and explore;” they are part of a wider oeuvre examining the fragility and interdependency of life on Earth. Fezer prefers to work with other artists she meets, which helps to realise dynamic moving-image, performance and sculpture in collaborative, mixed-media projects.
Image Credit: Simone Fezer, Tipping Point (detail), (2021). Glass, wood. 800cm x 800cm x 1600cm. Photo: Sven Bauer