is a German artist based in Berlin. She investigates our contemporary culture and its materialized manifestations. Her works are poetic yet analytical and span the field between research, experimentation and creation of objects and spaces. Her projects have been exhibited worldwide in institutions such as at the Art Centre Seoul, Carousel du Louvre Paris, Museum fuer angewandte Kunst Cologne, Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, Gesellschaft fuer Kunst und Gestaltung Bonn, Tokyo Art Museum, Museum der Dinge Berlin, MARTa Herford, Appel Design Gallery Berlin, Post Design Gallery Milan, Neumeister Munich, Helmrinderknecht Berlin and the HAU Berlin. Some works can be found within the collection of the Fonds National d`Art Contemporain (FNAC). Editions of her objects are produced by Studio Judith Seng as well as by Industreal, Memphis s.r.l. and CIAV Meisenthal. Judith Seng also teaches and consults for different clients and at international art schools.
Trift explores the ideal of perfect, high-gloss surfaces by creating and destroying them within the same object. Each form and surface derives from the individual size, characteristics and gradual transformations over time of the underlying tree-log.
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