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Installation view Büro International, Basel, Switzerland

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2021


Series of 5 paintings & multimedia installation

Acrylic on MDF board

200 x 130 x 1cm each painting


Multimedia installation

Size variable

Installation view Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz, Switzerland (Photo: Jennifer Scherler)

Have you seen my snake?

 

2021

 

Installation

Artificial lawn

28 Apple sculptures (polymer plaster, acrylic paint)

 

Exhibited

World’s Rainbow

Graduation Exhibition Bachelor and Master Art Institute HGK FHNW Basel

Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz, Switzerland

Curated by Claire Hoffmann (Curator Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris) and Chus Martínez, (Director Institut Kunst Basel)

Installation view Max Frisch Bad, Zurich, Switzerland

Floating Stones

 

2020/2021

 

Concrete

Exhibited

Max Frisch Bad 2021 Zurich, Switzerland

Curated by Rolf Zumstein

Fondation Jetzt Kunst

SARA

Installation view Nomad, Basel, Switzerland

SARA

2021

Installation with 10 Sculptures Porcelain, LED

SARA is an collaboration between designer Rahel Mor and artist Samuel Bron. The project examines the border between art and design, based on a interdisciplinary research about gravity, light and mass.

Exhibited
Kunst im Nomad – Nomad, Basel, Switzerland Curated by Dorian Orlando Weber – 2021

In_Memory_of_a_Shard

Installation view Der Tank, Basel, Switzerland (Photo: Jennifer Scherler)

In memory of a shard

2021

Print on Fabric
Clay Sculpture
Shard found in Sōma, Japan

Exhibited Der Tank, Basel, Switzerland

The work “In memory of a shard” captures the architectur- al and environmental change of Sōma, one of the worst hit places by the Tsunami that followed the Tōhoku Earthquake on March 11th, 2011. Before March 2011 Sōma was a neigh- bourhood of small coastal villages, now an immense part

of the area shifted to a non-human town, inhabited by a 90 hectares cluster of solar panels. The only remaining witness- es of the previous villages are the original roads that mean- der organically trough the rasterized order of the newly built solar-farm. Viewed from above the countless solar panels could also be interpreted as a graveyard’s thumb stones.
The printed fabric hanging from the wall, shows a satellite image of the solar-farm and stands in dialogue with a clay model of the town’s only surviving building, which is placed on the blank extension of the fabric. The original building was deconstructed, to build a memorial site in memory to the victims. The shard of a plate, I found on the ground next to the memorial site, is hidden in the clay model, as a gesture of building a new old home to the shard.

Target

Target

2019/2020

Galzed clay

37 x 37 x 1.5cm

Morgenrot

Morgenrot

2020

Acrylic on canvas

100 x 100cm

Untitled_I_ever_see

Hang in there

2020

Photography

Poster on billboard

128 x 89.5cm

Exhibited

“I ever see” by “I never read” art book fair

Basel, Switzerland 2020

In memory of memory

Installation view Dock Basel, Switzerland

In memory of memory

2019

Aluminum

Sand casting

32 x 24.5 x 27cm

8kg

Exhibited — Greetings from paradise, Dock Basel, Switzerland, 2019

Into the night

2019

Glass, acrylic paint, glue

5 panels

14 x 10 x 0,6cm each panel

2 layers of glass per panel

Installation view HGK Basel, Switzerland

Soot series

2019

Glass, acrylic paint, glue

12 panels

14 x 10 x 0,6cm each panel

2 layers of glass each panel

Exhibited

BASIS – HGK Basel 2019

© SAMUEL BRON 2021

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