Likening her work more to musical notations rather than classical drawings, Jorinde Voigt sees and processes the world in systems, patterns, and movements, resulting in complex lyrical compositions and pictorial spaces. Each work is meticulously annotated with words, phrases, and thoughts by the artist and delicately adorned with gold or silver leaf by hand in the manner of a medieval book illustrator.
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About the artwork
This unique glass-framed paper work encapsulates the beautiful cacophony of Jorinde Voigt’s art. Entitled Immersion IX (2), the work’s complexity, with its philosophical meanderings and rotationary forces, is in thrilling harmony with the flowing aesthetic and the musical lilt of its composition. The gold leaf, gently dissecting the work through the middle, shimmers like light on the surface of water.