The argentine artist Celina Jure (Buenos Aires), born and raised in Jujuy, became famous for her large-sized paintings which were developed trough dance and movement, often developed on site at the exhibition spaces.
In the last 10 years Celina Jure dedicated herself more and more towards objects and installations working mainly with clay. The dynamic flow of her paintings can be found in the way she works the clay, respectively in theassemblages of her clay-steles, that seem to loose any time their laborious balance just to end up as scattered fragments on the ground. These fragile objects that seem to constantly seek to maintain their balance are arranged as single objects or forming larger groups.
For her exhibition at Das Esszimmer she developed new works.