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Gasch-Muche Josepha

Gasch-Muche Josepha

Josepha Gasch-Muche (b. in the Saarland, 1944; lives and works in Alfeld, Germany) did not discover glass as a raw material in which to realize her ideas until a few years ago. Technically consummate work with glass is now the defining characteristic of her art. To make her fascinating and singular pieces, Gasch-Muche uses ultra-thin wafers (no more than 150 micrometers thick) of a very special glass that is actually manufactured for use in cell phone displays and similar technical applications. Applying thousands of extremely delicate pieces of glass in layers on canvases or inflexible...

Josepha Gasch-Muche (b. in the Saarland, 1944; lives and works in Alfeld, Germany) did not discover glass as a raw material in which to realize her ideas until a few years ago. Technically consummate work with glass is now the defining characteristic of her art. To make her fascinating and singular pieces, Gasch-Muche uses ultra-thin wafers (no more than 150 micrometers thick) of a very special glass that is actually manufactured for use in cell phone displays and similar technical applications. Applying thousands of extremely delicate pieces of glass in layers on canvases or inflexible media and fixing them in place with virtually invisible glue, she creates wall-mounted pictures and three-dimensional objects. When light strikes the layered glass, the surfaces come formidably alive. Everything changes when the viewer alters his angle of view or the light shifts, its rays captured and reflected by the protean and endlessly mutable relief as it erupts in vibrant motion.

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