Origin: Berlin, Germany

“The piece is inspired by architecture and its underlying societal and aesthetical structures, taking local inspiration from the architectural history of East-West-Berlin, rich in visions and utopias,” explains Tina Roeder. Her work often deals with architecture, ornamentation and facades, focussing on the interconnectedness of humans and architecture and the influence architecture has on people and behavioural patterns. Physical manifestations are the outcome of her theoretical approach.

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