German artist Ingeborg Lüscher (born 1936 in Freiberg, DE) has consistently explored a wide array of media since the 60s. She often employs unconventional material of high symbolic value, hereby evoking the objects ability to retain memory and encapsulate history. An actress in her early career, Lüscher grew up in wartime Berlin where she attained early success as a performer. While filming in Prague in 1968 she experienced the… Read more
About the artwork
Lüscher's Eyes photographic works, in their yellow tones, are typical of the artist's work in the late 90s. Isolated in her choice to present only a detail of a personality, the eyes appeal directly to a meeting's most intense moment of seeing: the moment in which images give way to revelations about both the viewer and the observer; the moment in which something is caused to stir in us.