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Anne Büscher

Country(activity based):
The Netherlands


Born in 1991. Graduated from Maastricht Academy of fine arts and design, Netherlands (Bachelor of Jewelry design) in 2014. Enrolled in MAD (Materialization in Art and Design) a postgraduate study program at Sandberg Instituut Amsterdam.
Recent exhibitions are among others „Bureau Europa - Bronsgroen Eikenhout" (Maastricht, 2016), „ Burgerweeshuis - Still wet" (Amsterdam, 2016), „Ambiente" (Frankfurt, 2016), „Dutch Design Week - Klokgebouw & Designhuis" (Eindhoven, 2015), „Fashionclash - The Clashproject" (Maastricht, 2015), „Salone del Mobile - Slow City " (Milano, Ventura Lambrate, 2015).

About works / performance

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the color of the shadow of light
2016, Light-sensitive paper, 40x30 cm

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(Imitation) Marble
2016, Marble, stone, lapis lazuli, plaster, paper, light-sensitive paper,
silk, cotton, ceramics, indigo, gypsum, gelatin, glass, plastic

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the unsought finding(s) of wearing glass
2015, glass, clothing size 36
Photography by Felix Baumsteiger

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the unsought finding(s) of wearing glass
2015, glass
Photography by Felix Baumsteiger

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How to Find the Unsought Finding
2014, ~ 70x100x15cm, glass, plexiglass, different kinds of sand,
plaster, plastics, rubber, wood, crystals, ink, gold plated brass, iron,
ceramics, autoclaved aerated concrete, fabric, paper

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How to Find the Unsought Finding Showcase II celestial bodys - (n)ever dreamt of
2014, 70x100x17 cm, glass, plexiglass, different kinds of sand,
lunar regolith, plaster, wood, crystals, ink, paper


My work operates on the cutting edge of research, material, craft, and form. Trained as a Jewelry designer, for years, I have experimented with various applications of materials.

Reoccurring, core subjects of my artistic practice are: the value of ‘findings’, materiality, heterogeneity and the artist’s control.

Searching has always been the most important part of my working process. It can be described as a combination of systematic research with findings resulting from chance.

Another important aspect of my artistic practice is the method and act of displaying objects. The ‘exhibition’-context makes it possible to see an object as it is, and gives (art) objects/ commodities the opportunity to appear beyond a specific exchange- and use-value. The specific combination of different pieces and the way they are arranged creates an outline for the possible meaning of the presentation. This associative aspect is of great importance to me.