Swiss artist Fabian Bürgy creates poetry with his sculpture. It is pure, minimal, and direct, taking advantage of the sterile perfection of modern art galleries to wreak havoc in the quietest way. You may enter one of his exhibitions and find a massive crack through the gallery floor (or what looks like one) or a hovering cloud near the corner of the room.
Bürgy’s work is colorless and feels natural to the gallery environment, a rare sensation for art. His installations are human-scale and quickly take you as close as you can get to an alternate world, one that is playful but grim. The crack in the floor, the ooze seeping from the doorway, and the black cloud are all slowly destroying your reality, a physically manifested nightmare that you never saw coming.
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