Artists >> Moser Nural
Nural Moser`s works can be best described with the term "Baustoffästhetik" or "Construction Material Aesthetic". She is inspired by the aesthetic of construction work, the settings within construction sites and the accidental arrangement in urban city structures. Her work pays attention to and reflects the aesthetic of still in process or unfinished (open) structures and the potential they behold. Exploring the depth of this topic visually and philosophically she is developing a body of work which beholds this discourse in different manners and therefore challenging the viewers eye with the distinct beauty of imperfection and the aesthetic of coincidence. In her visual language you can find influences of minimalist structures, constructivist compositions, industrial architecture and ideas of conceptual arrangements.
Her works are often space based and can be described as an aesthetic translation or abstract reconstruction of the space they inhabit. Engaging with the singularities of the spaces and sights as part of process, adds the character of improvisation to her work. Following the idea of “unisono” the materials used are often melting into the background and each other. In her visual language you can find influences of minimalist structures, constructivist compositions, industrial architecture and ideas of conceptual arrangements.
Larrys Thrusday Show, Einzelausstellung
The Gravity Between Matter, Einzelausstellung
Public Installation, San Paolo, Ostience District
Leicht Gegenüber, Gruppenausstellung in Abrisswohnung
Abstract — BC Gallery
May Occur - Rag Factory
C - Group Show, Clerkenwell Gallery
Rauminstallation mit Pumpe, Stattbad
Granary One Magazin
Art Link Magazin_Vol34
Alicante, Spanien (2015)