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    Jordine Voigt: WV 2012-039 Piece for Words and Views XXXIII, 2012

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    Jordine Voigt: WV 2012-039 Piece for Words and Views XXXIII, 2012

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    Jordine Voigt: WV 2012-042 Piece for Words and Views XXXVI, 2012

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    Jordine Voigt: WV 2012-042 Piece for Words and Views XXXVI, 2012

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    Jordine Voigt: WV-2010-698-Horizont-melodie-Territorium-Kontinentalgrenze, 2010

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    Jordine Voigt: WV-2010-698-Horizont-melodie-Territorium-Kontinentalgrenze, 2010

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    Jordine Voigt: WV 2011-004 4 Horizonte Mögliche Farben des Horizonts, 2010

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    Jordine Voigt: WV 2011-004 4 Horizonte Mögliche Farben des Horizonts, 2010

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    Jordine Voigt: 21 Views Red/ Apricot Chinese Erotic Art, 2011

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    Jordine Voigt: Words and Views I-II Fragmente einer Sprache der Liebe, 2012

Jorinde Voigt

Posted by Charlotte Simmonds,

“One view of things is insufficient,” says Jorinde Voigt, and this philosophy informs her elaborate drawings that consider objects from multiple angles. Voigt’s work is a web-like nebulous of image and information, often interweaving written notation, line vectors and musical scores to convey the hidden dimensions of everyday subjects. Hers are the kind of heady artistic concepts that on paper are a frustrating blend of the plausible and the improbable, and yet as visuals they work beautifully, tackling lofty concepts about perception while retaining the charm of a sketchbook. Looking at her canvas’ you might be boggled, but not disappointed.

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Posted by Charlotte Simmonds

Californian Charlotte joined us as an editorial intern after studying at New York university and London Metropolitan University. She wrote for the site between January and March 2012.