XIn her “Tshadors” exhibition, Denise Kobler presents a series of papers painted with black graphite, pastels and poppy seed oil. All have the same outlines, the same size, but they all have particular differences.
In her works we see a certain naivety filled with both eroticism and refinement; she creates a subtle atmosphere with humorous strokes in the centre of all the disquiet.
“In these fragile and transparent drawings a delicate equilibrium is maintained. It balances taboo with the norm, happiness and joie de vivre with agony.” Through a highly lyrical and symbolic language, Denise Kobler manages to address feminine feelings in a way that is both deeply emotional and dramatic. “(Angelika Affentranger-Kirchrath).