Inga Kruse is a painter currently living and working in Hamburg.
“My artistic interest focuses on dissolving boundaries. Leading an everyday life influenced by obligations and regulations, the thinking human being is torn between two concepts: Construction, defined by structure, and deconstruction as an “opening principle”.
In Urban Nature I create a common ground for both concepts: Useful or ornamental planting, and features of architecture meet wild abandoned nature. It is about finding variables within the contemporary structure of society. Fixed circumstances become movable again so there can be a chance of getting new insights for the individual human being.
Abstract cut-out paintings and installations, characterized by overlays and translucent parts, connect material and content. The artwork is just one possibility of many. Universality dissolves.”