Nora Fuchs is a German sculptor and professor for Three-dimensional Art in the University of Applied Sciences and Art in Dortmund. She lives in Berlin and Dortmund, and works with installation, sound and photography. Falling in love with Iceland some years ago, she is now happy to be a resident at Nes in Skagaströnd for April and May 2018.
“I would like to work with the question of territories. This could mean to mark territories or maybe to try to regain territories. I hope to find some unique places I appreciate in town or outside town. These locations can offer an unobstructed view to a special unexciting content. The protected part inside could contain very contemporary items, a part of typical nature or something special for Skagaströnd, which I hope to discover there. It depends on local conditions and possibilities. I want to spotlight these areas as particular scenes and to separate them from the surroundings.”
More about her work on her website: www.norafuchs.de