German artist Judith Hopf has been working since the 1990s on developing an entirely unique artistic language. Inspired by post-painting practices, her work is based on a hybrid between objects and installations and concepts and performance. Using a variety of mediums, including sculpture and film, her work transforms everyday materials and settings into an analysis of human experience, either by employing a critical stance or parodying… Read more
About the artwork
Berlin-based Judith Hopf is an artist on the rise who blends humor and critique, often taking animals as subject matter. Here she uses geometic shapes and block colors, presenting us head-on with a raven, tempting us into a staring contest.