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Anna Goebel

Revealed III

object, own technique, wrapping paper, glue

ca 20 x 30 x 18 cm

Objects are just part of the Revealed cycle. 


I carefully observe the reality around me. I create a world of ambiguous forms referencing nature in the broadest sense. I transform waste wrapping paper, giving it new meaning and value.

I treat useless material as a medium from which I build my own reality. I try to find the gap between what is imagined and what is remembered

Anna Goebel

studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan (at present University of Arts) in 1972- 77. Since 1978 she has been teaching at her alma mater. She runs the Interdisciplinary Studio of Artistic Textiles. Since 1994 she has held the title of professor.

She has participated in many individual and group exhibitions in Poland and abroad, the most important of which are: 15 th International Textile Biennial, Lausanne (Switzerland), 5th, 8th, 10 th Internationnal Triennial of Textile Art, Łódź, - 3 th International Soft Sculpture, Nagoya (Japan) - Different Voices, New Art from Poland, Kent, Chicago, - 5th International Textile Biennial of Textile Art, Kyoto (Japan), - Flexible 2, Pan European Art, Tilburg (Holland) - Polish Contemporary Textile Art, Curdiba (Brazil) - 13th, 15th, 18th International Textile Exhibition, Como (Italy) - 17th, 21th International Fiber Art Biennial, Pittsburg (USA) - "Material Matters", Cheongiu International Bienniale, South Korea, - "In Between", International Paper Exhibition (Israel) - 5th International Biennial of Textile Art, Palas de Glace, Buenos Aires (Argentina) - “No Paper, paper ", Stadtische Museum, Bergisch Gladbach (Germany), -" Wandelbar ", Schlos in Agathenburg, (Germany), International textile Miniature, Łódż, Gdynia, Szombathely (Hungary), Kherson (Ukraine) - 2nd International Paper Art Biennale “Pulp & amp; Fiction, Beer Sheva, The Negev Museum of Art (Israel) - Isvanding / Ausvanding, Gallery Spinnerei, Leipzig (Germany) - Pettit, City Gallery in Kalisz - "Flows", Curator's Gallery, Poznań, - "Who afraid of_Rosa", a & amp; oKunsthalle, Leipzig (Germany).

Works in collections: Central Museum of Textiles, Savaria Muzeum Szombathely, Hungary, The Museum of Art. Eli Goor, Tel Aviv (Israel), Gdynia City Museum, Museum Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, Studio Art Center, Warsaw, the Museum of Papermaking in Duszniki Zdrój, in private art collections in Poland and abroad.

She participated in artistic projects of Land Art, among them; Ruzomberok (Slovakia), Sulwald (Switzerland), Skoki (Poland), Salina (USA), Lake Mungo (Australia), Cassetera, and Puglia (Italy).

Scholarship from the Minister of Culture and Art, Pollock-Krasner Foundation in New York, Medal for merit to Kultura- Gloria Artis Visiting professor; the Universidad IBERO, Art Faculty, Mexico City the Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania (USA), the University of Wollongong (Australia), the University of South Australia, Adelaide, the Australian National University School of Art & amp; Design, Cambera, University - Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle, Germany

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