Rinomina : Science friction / Sensory collator

Exhibitions

Stéphanie Baechler, “Science friction / Sensory collator“, 2018, exhibition view.
Stéphanie Baechler, “Science friction / Sensory collator“, 2018, exhibition view.
Stéphanie Baechler, “Science friction / Sensory collator“, 2018, exhibition view.
Stéphanie Baechler, “Science friction / Sensory collator“, 2018, exhibition view.
Stéphanie Baechler, “Science friction / Sensory collator“, 2018, exhibition view.
Stéphanie Baechler, “Science friction / Sensory collator“, 2018, exhibition view.

11 October 2018

Rinomina is happy to present “Science Friction / Sensory Collator”, the first solo show by Stéphanie Baechler in France. Through her work with textiles, embroidery and ceramics the artist investigates the sensual experience that has become increasingly rare through today technologies. The underlying question is how current technologies connect and disconnect us at the same time in a broad-spectrum.

Stéphanie Baechler 
Born in 1983, Meyriez, Switzerland. Currently lives and works in Amsterdam. Trained at HSLU Lucerne University of Applied Arts with a Fashion Masters degree from the ArtEZ Arnhem Netherlands. She worked as a Textile Developer / Design Assistant for Hussein Chalayan in London and was the head of print design for renown textile company Jakob Schlaepfer. She participated in shows and exhibitions at Chamber Gallery New York, Kunsthalle Fri Art Fribourg, The White House Gallery Belgium, PLUS-ONE Gallery Antwerp, Kunsthaus Centre d’art Pasquart Biel in Switzerland, ISO Amsterdam and Mode Museum Antwerp.
Baechler attended several artists-in-residency programs in institutions such as EKWC - European Ceramic Work Centre, NL in 2012, 2015 and 2016, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris in 2016 and at CERCCO Centre for Experimentation and Realisation in Contemporary Ceramics (HEAD–Geneva) in 2015. She gives lectures and teaches at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. She is awarded several times with the Federal Swiss Design Award. Her works are in public and private collections, such as HEAD-Genève and Museum für Gestaltung Zurich. 

Stephaniebaechler.com 

With: Stephanie Baechler