Miriam Steinmacher 

LOUNGER, 2018 

Black rolls, steel, acrylic
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0 x 0 in


About the work

"Fascia is the collagen connective tissue network that runs through our entire body and surrounds our muscles and organs. Fascia keeps our body in shape and gives it strength and mobility. Like our muscles, the fascial network atrophies if we don't take good care of it and exercise it regularly. Then we get adhesions at the fascia, we feel stiff and immobile, and we get tension and hardening, which can sometimes be very painful."

About the artist

Miriam Steinmacher (b. 1992) lives and works in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. She graduated in 2021 with distinction at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach with main focus on sculpture, writing and philosophy. She received the Theory Prize through the sponsorship of the Schleicher Foundation and several stipends. Her work deals with social systems of meaning, the inadequacies of language and their productive failure.

Instagram @miriamsteinmacher
Website miriamsteinmacher.de



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