Luxembourgish artist, living and working in Luxembourg.
My work explores issues of environmental pollution, loss of identity, loss of interpersonal communication and consumerist culture.
I See You Looking Back at Me, Facing Mirrors, 300 x 30 x 80 cm, 2016.
My creative mind is always thinking how to turn my imaginative ideas into reality. So I try to make connections between those seemingly unrelated facts, and to find solutions to perceive the world in my ways.
The Moment in a Window of Time, Stacked Venetian Blinds, 80 x 130 cm, 2016.
Although my work may lean toward the cynical, my creative approach to dystopian ideas and use of visual paradoxes allows for the viewer to tap into the tensions arising from the process of disenchantment in order to acquire a singular view of the surrounding world.
The Imperceptible Self, Mirror Crystal Clear, 50 cm Diameter, 2016.
Network, Patch Panels Network Cables, 200 x 300 cm, 2015.
My childhood hero was die kleine Hexe (from book “The Little Witch” by Otfried Preußler)
Images © Sali Muller www.salimuller.com