Pamela Rosenkranz’s work questions the authenticity of human experience, as she does not take the human being for granted as an entity.

Everything that distinguishes humanity is subject to constant redefinition; it is continually being altered and influenced by insights at the frontiers of evolution, neurology, art and technology. Rosenkranz makes the visual sense palpable as a physical process. Her work short-circuits archaic instincts with robotics and cultural-historical symbols. References to online and meme culture abound.

 

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer (Anamazon), 2021
Robot, circuit board control units, battery, 3D printed head and tail, kirigami skin, 17 LED projectors, light control, Amazon Alexa speaker, iPod, sound
Robot snake: 132 × 6 cm
Dimensions variable
Robot snake: 52 × 2 3/8 inches
Dimensions variable

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Dwelling on the ground floor of the gallery is Healer (Anamazon) (2021), a robotic snake that can be seen through the gallery’s ground-floor window façade, as if peering into a terrarium. It lingers in a habitat dominated by reflected green light. Electronic signals and electromagnetic fields—influenced by visitors’ mobile devices—change its algorithm, causing the snake to writhe and sidewind, lift its head as if to observe its surroundings. The serpent’s body of semiconductors, servo motors, and sensors is sheathed in shimmering, reflective kirigami scales, the patterning of which suggests a rainforest habitat. Though clearly a technological approximation, the snakebot stirs deep-seated feelings of fear and awe. Its robotically programmed writhing movements trigger primal human instincts; its sheer functionality turns ingrained cultural meanings on their head.

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer (Anamazon), 2021
Robot, circuit board control units, battery, 3D printed head and tail, kirigami skin, 17 LED projectors, light control, Amazon Alexa speaker, iPod, sound
Robot snake: 132 × 6 cm
Dimensions variable
Robot snake: 52 × 2 3/8 inches
Dimensions variable

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer (Anamazon), 2021
Robot, circuit board control units, battery, 3D printed head and tail, kirigami skin, 17 LED projectors, light control, Amazon Alexa speaker, iPod, sound
Robot snake: 132 × 6 cm
Dimensions variable
Robot snake: 52 × 2 3/8 inches
Dimensions variable

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Dwelling on the ground floor of the gallery is Healer (Anamazon) (2021), a robotic snake that can be seen through the gallery’s ground-floor window façade, as if peering into a terrarium. It lingers in a habitat dominated by reflected green light. Electronic signals and electromagnetic fields—influenced by visitors’ mobile devices—change its algorithm, causing the snake to writhe and sidewind, lift its head as if to observe its surroundings. The serpent’s body of semiconductors, servo motors, and sensors is sheathed in shimmering, reflective kirigami scales, the patterning of which suggests a rainforest habitat. Though clearly a technological approximation, the snakebot stirs deep-seated feelings of fear and awe. Its robotically programmed writhing movements trigger primal human instincts; its sheer functionality turns ingrained cultural meanings on their head.

 

“The sidewinding movement to me was the fundamental element that made the snakebot creep into that gap of our understanding. I wanted the robot to remain recognizably a machine by closer looking at it, with a skin that remains constructed and see-through but at the same time functional and convincing, and slippery in an optically abstract way.” –Pamela Rosenkranz (1)

 

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Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (Focus Infinite), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (Focus Infinite), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (Focus Infinite), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

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The work raises questions about the real while simultaneously highlighting a breakdown of the boundary between nature and artifice. At once fascinating and frightening, a moving snake elicits a powerful psychophysiological response: our eyes have grown more and more adept at recognizing snake patterns and movements over the centuries (as a sign of danger and a possible source of food once), a development that has contributed to our evolving sense of sight.

 

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021
Ekdysian robot snake skin, kirigami cut PVC, perspex plinth, LED projector, light
Healer skin: 87 × 7 × 5 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 114 × 100 cm
Healer skin: 34 1/4 × 2 3/4 × 2 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 44 7/8 × 39 3/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Smile), 2021
Kirigami skin, paper, perspex plinth
Healer skin: 28 × 5 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 38 × 100
Healer skin: 11 × 2 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 15 × 39 3/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Golden Gardens), 2021
Kirigami skin, acrylic, perspex plinth, LED projector, light
Healer skin: 38 × 8 × 4 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 38 × 100
Healer skin: 15 × 3 1/8 × 1 5/8 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 15 × 39 3/8 inches

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Flickering LED spotlights illuminate snakebot skins resting on transparent pedestals, transpose the mimesis of nature into a new kind of naturalness marked by diodes and hyperconnectivity. The wood of the floor shimmers, a reminder of dismantled ecosystems.

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021
Ekdysian robot snake skin, kirigami cut PVC, perspex plinth, LED projector, light
Healer skin: 87 × 7 × 5 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 114 × 100 cm
Healer skin: 34 1/4 × 2 3/4 × 2 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 44 7/8 × 39 3/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021
Ekdysian robot snake skin, kirigami cut PVC, perspex plinth, LED projector, light
Healer skin: 87 × 7 × 5 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 114 × 100 cm
Healer skin: 34 1/4 × 2 3/4 × 2 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 44 7/8 × 39 3/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021 (installation view)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Jade Mountain), 2021 (installation view)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Smile), 2021
Kirigami skin, paper, perspex plinth
Healer skin: 28 × 5 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 38 × 100
Healer skin: 11 × 2 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 15 × 39 3/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Smile), 2021
Kirigami skin, paper, perspex plinth
Healer skin: 28 × 5 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 38 × 100
Healer skin: 11 × 2 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 15 × 39 3/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Smile), 2021

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Golden Gardens), 2021
Kirigami skin, acrylic, perspex plinth, LED projector, light
Healer skin: 38 × 8 × 4 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 38 × 100
Healer skin: 15 × 3 1/8 × 1 5/8 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 15 × 39 3/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Golden Gardens), 2021
Kirigami skin, acrylic, perspex plinth, LED projector, light
Healer skin: 38 × 8 × 4 cm
Perspex plinth: 38 × 38 × 100
Healer skin: 15 × 3 1/8 × 1 5/8 inches
Perspex plinth: 15 × 15 × 39 3/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Skins (Golden Gardens), 2021 (installation view)

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Flickering LED spotlights illuminate snakebot skins resting on transparent pedestals, transpose the mimesis of nature into a new kind of naturalness marked by diodes and hyperconnectivity. The wood of the floor shimmers, a reminder of dismantled ecosystems.

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Stars), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Stars), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Stars), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Stars), 2021 (detail)

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The symbolism of the snake is complex, interpreted variously by different cultures as the beginning and end of time; as a reptile with exceptional survival ability or harbinger of a posthuman era; as a source of effective medicines via the synthesis of ingredients found in its venom; inspiration for biorobotics or—since ancient times—as a feature of the Rod of Asclepius, the serpent-entwined rod that is now a symbol of global health organizations. Emblematic of the art of healing, serpents continue to embody the dual outcomes of life and death, sickness and health.

 

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Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021
Medium and pigments on mirror
200 × 150 cm
78 3/4 × 59 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021
Medium and pigments on mirror
95 × 150 cm
37 3/8 × 59 inches

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Other neurologically-complex experiential spaces emerge in the reflective surfaces of aluminum and mirrors. Perpendicularly situated on the exhibition walls, the aluminum paintings and mirrored planes add another dimension to the space.

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021
Medium and pigments on mirror
200 × 150 cm
78 3/4 × 59 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021
Medium and pigments on mirror
200 × 150 cm
78 3/4 × 59 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021 (scale image)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Hot Flow), 2021 (scale image)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021
Medium and pigments on mirror
95 × 150 cm
37 3/8 × 59 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021
Medium and pigments on mirror
95 × 150 cm
37 3/8 × 59 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021 (scale image)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Warm Sip), 2021 (scale image)

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Other neurologically-complex experiential spaces emerge in the reflective surfaces of aluminum and mirrors. Perpendicularly situated on the exhibition walls, the aluminum paintings and mirrored planes add another dimension to the space.

Rosenkranz lightly coats the works with delicate, semitransparent layers of pink. Its color appears again and again in Rosenkranz’s work, a reference to human tissue. The translucent layers of pink pigment on reflective surfaces, a hue not present in our biological spectrum, troubles the perception of our own visible reflection and the identity we construct when looking at ourselves.

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Medium Sources), 2021
Acrylic on aluminum
212 × 152 cm
83 1/2 × 59 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Shine Through), 2021
Acrylic on aluminum
212 × 152 cm
83 1/2 × 59 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Medium Sources), 2021
Acrylic on aluminum
212 × 152 cm
83 1/2 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Medium Sources), 2021
Acrylic on aluminum
212 × 152 cm
83 1/2 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Medium Sources), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Medium Sources), 2021 (scale image)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Shine Through), 2021
Acrylic on aluminum
212 × 152 cm
83 1/2 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Shine Through), 2021
Acrylic on aluminum
212 × 152 cm
83 1/2 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Shine Through), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Shine Through), 2021 (scale image)

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Rosenkranz lightly coats the works with delicate, semitransparent layers of pink. Its color appears again and again in Rosenkranz’s work, a reference to human tissue. The translucent layers of pink pigment on reflective surfaces, a hue not present in our biological spectrum, troubles the perception of our own visible reflection and the identity we construct when looking at ourselves.

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“But with Pamela Rosenkranz it is the exhibition space in in its entirety that is turned into a giant vivarium, a place of biological exchange in which ‘cultural’ elements (if this word cultural still has any meaning) take part in a general contamination, an experience of radiation.” –Nicolas Bourriaud (2)

 

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Get Digit), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
113 × 168 cm
44 1/2 × 66 1/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Serpentining), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
154 × 213 cm
60 5/8 × 83 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Prayer Growth), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
154 × 213 cm
60 5/8 × 83 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Get Digit), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
113 × 168 cm
44 1/2 × 66 1/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Get Digit), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
113 × 168 cm
44 1/2 × 66 1/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Get Digit), 2021

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Get Digit), 2021

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Serpentining), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
154 × 213 cm
60 5/8 × 83 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Serpentining), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
154 × 213 cm
60 5/8 × 83 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Serpentining), 2021

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Prayer Growth), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
154 × 213 cm
60 5/8 × 83 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Prayer Growth), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
154 × 213 cm
60 5/8 × 83 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Anamazon (Prayer Growth), 2021

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The artist also applies the pink pigment to agency-watermarked images of the Amazon, always by hand using distinct, overlapping transparent-pinkish layers that have an arresting effect on motion, making it appear frozen. The beguiling paintings shift nature, archaic symbols, culture at large—transformed, branded and trademarked by international corporations—to new contexts. Oscillating between the sublime and the abstract, the repetitive and the expressive, the paintings evoke everything from pinkish-flesh to glowing, supernaturally green chlorophyll, simulating an aesthetic experience that is at once immersive and unsettling, protective and devastating. Nature as idea—immersive and alienating.

 

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Small), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Small), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Small), 2021
Acrylic paint, inkjet print, plexiglas
35 × 152 cm
13 7/8 × 59 7/8 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Small), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz
I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Small), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

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I Wish I Could Cry Blood (All Small), 2021

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Healer Scrolls (White Elephant), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 21 cm
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Peninsula), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 42 cm
11 3/4 × 16 1/2 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (White Elephant), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 21 cm
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (White Elephant), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 21 cm
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (White Elephant), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (White Elephant), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Peninsula), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 42 cm
11 3/4 × 16 1/2 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Peninsula), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 42 cm
11 3/4 × 16 1/2 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Peninsula), 2021 (detail)

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Healer Scrolls (Peninsula), 2021 (detail)

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Hotel Elite), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, perspex frame
29.7 × 21 cm
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Indigo), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 42 cm
11 3/4 × 16 1/2 inches

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Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Hotel Elite), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, perspex frame
29.7 × 21 cm
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Hotel Elite), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, perspex frame
29.7 × 21 cm
11 3/4 × 8 1/4 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Hotel Elite), 2021 (detail)

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Indigo), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 42 cm
11 3/4 × 16 1/2 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Indigo), 2021
Pigment print, kirigami cut paper, tension, watercolor, perspex frame
29.7 × 42 cm
11 3/4 × 16 1/2 inches

Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London
Pamela Rosenkranz – Healer – London

Pamela Rosenkranz
Healer Scrolls (Indigo), 2021 (detail)

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All installation views by Benjamin Westoby. Cover image by Markus Tretter, courtesy of Kunsthaus Bregenz.

Sources:

1. Shumon Basar, “Egg Watching: Pamela Rosenkranz”, Office Magazine, Online, November 2019.

2. Nicolas Bourriaud, “Materialist Invisibility: Art As Organic Development In Pamela Rosenkranz’s Work”, Flash Art, Online, Fall 2021.