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04.09.–03.10.

04.09.–03.10.2020

04.09.–30.10.2020

Viewing Room

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Marion Fink
MANY-WORLDS

Marion Fink
MANY-WORLDS

Marion Fink
MANY-WORLDS

Marion Fink
MANY-WORLDS

Marion Fink
MANY-WORLDS

SETAREH shows in a solo exhibition the paper works of the artist Marion Fink (b. 1987, lives in Potsdam). She depicts young people in life-size portraits, which are immersed in a dreamlike pictorial space in neon and pastel shades.

The works of Marion Fink are the result of an elaborate printing process: the monotype. In this process, which was already established in the 17th century, only one copy is created at a time by first painting individual picture segments by hand on acrylic glass with oil paint and then transferring them to paper using one' s own physical strength. This so-called "imitation process" results in elaborate unique prints and, as the name suggests (monotype = "a single image"), the monotype is not in every sense part of the printmaking process, as it is a unique process.

In their poses and restrained facial expressions, the people in Fink's works are reminiscent of the models and influencers of a young Generation Y. Their backgrounds and props create a sense of space that one would at most suspect in a VR animation or in a post-colored space image: multicolored color gradients, blue bodies reminiscent of liquids, flat grids and curved curves surround the models like an unreal bubble.

With the title of the exhibition "Many-Worlds", Fink refers to the so-called Many-Worlds Interpretation, which in quantum mechanics can be traced back to the American physicist Hugh Everett III. Published in 1957, "relative" quantum mechanical states and thus many worlds are possible simultaneously. This thesis also solves some paradoxes of quantum physics, such as the well-known model "Schrödinger's Cat", since in this way every possible result of every event is defined and actually exists in its own "past" or "world".

 

SETAREH shows in a solo exhibition the paper works of the artist Marion Fink (b. 1987, lives in Potsdam). She depicts young people in life-size portraits, which are immersed in a dreamlike pictorial space in neon and pastel shades.

The works of Marion Fink are the result of an elaborate printing process: the monotype. In this process, which was already established in the 17th century, only one copy is created at a time by first painting individual picture segments by hand on acrylic glass with oil paint and then transferring them to paper using one' s own physical strength. This so-called "imitation process" results in elaborate unique prints and, as the name suggests (monotype = "a single image"), the monotype is not in every sense part of the printmaking process, as it is a unique process.

In their poses and restrained facial expressions, the people in Fink's works are reminiscent of the models and influencers of a young Generation Y. Their backgrounds and props create a sense of space that one would at most suspect in a VR animation or in a post-colored space image: multicolored color gradients, blue bodies reminiscent of liquids, flat grids and curved curves surround the models like an unreal bubble.

With the title of the exhibition "Many-Worlds", Fink refers to the so-called Many-Worlds Interpretation, which in quantum mechanics can be traced back to the American physicist Hugh Everett III. Published in 1957, "relative" quantum mechanical states and thus many worlds are possible simultaneously. This thesis also solves some paradoxes of quantum physics, such as the well-known model "Schrödinger's Cat", since in this way every possible result of every event is defined and actually exists in its own "past" or "world".

SETAREH shows in a solo exhibition the paper works of the artist Marion Fink (b. 1987, lives in Potsdam). She depicts young people in life-size portraits, which are immersed in a dreamlike pictorial space in neon and pastel shades.

The works of Marion Fink are the result of an elaborate printing process: the monotype. In this process, which was already established in the 17th century, only one copy is created at a time by first painting individual picture segments by hand on acrylic glass with oil paint and then transferring them to paper using one' s own physical strength. This so-called "imitation process" results in elaborate unique prints and, as the name suggests (monotype = "a single image"), the monotype is not in every sense part of the printmaking process, as it is a unique process.

In their poses and restrained facial expressions, the people in Fink's works are reminiscent of the models and influencers of a young Generation Y. Their backgrounds and props create a sense of space that one would at most suspect in a VR animation or in a post-colored space image: multicolored color gradients, blue bodies reminiscent of liquids, flat grids and curved curves surround the models like an unreal bubble.

With the title of the exhibition "Many-Worlds", Fink refers to the so-called Many-Worlds Interpretation, which in quantum mechanics can be traced back to the American physicist Hugh Everett III. Published in 1957, "relative" quantum mechanical states and thus many worlds are possible simultaneously. This thesis also solves some paradoxes of quantum physics, such as the well-known model "Schrödinger's Cat", since in this way every possible result of every event is defined and actually exists in its own "past" or "world".

 

SETAREH shows in a solo exhibition the paper works of the artist Marion Fink (b. 1987, lives in Potsdam). She depicts young people in life-size portraits, which are immersed in a dreamlike pictorial space in neon and pastel shades.

The works of Marion Fink are the result of an elaborate printing process: the monotype. In this process, which was already established in the 17th century, only one copy is created at a time by first painting individual picture segments by hand on acrylic glass with oil paint and then transferring them to paper using one' s own physical strength. This so-called "imitation process" results in elaborate unique prints and, as the name suggests (monotype = "a single image"), the monotype is not in every sense part of the printmaking process, as it is a unique process.

In their poses and restrained facial expressions, the people in Fink's works are reminiscent of the models and influencers of a young Generation Y. Their backgrounds and props create a sense of space that one would at most suspect in a VR animation or in a post-colored space image: multicolored color gradients, blue bodies reminiscent of liquids, flat grids and curved curves surround the models like an unreal bubble.

With the title of the exhibition "Many-Worlds", Fink refers to the so-called Many-Worlds Interpretation, which in quantum mechanics can be traced back to the American physicist Hugh Everett III. Published in 1957, "relative" quantum mechanical states and thus many worlds are possible simultaneously. This thesis also solves some paradoxes of quantum physics, such as the well-known model "Schrödinger's Cat", since in this way every possible result of every event is defined and actually exists in its own "past" or "world". 

SETAREH shows in a solo exhibition the paper works of the artist Marion Fink (b. 1987, lives in Potsdam). She depicts young people in life-size portraits, which are immersed in a dreamlike pictorial space in neon and pastel shades.

The works of Marion Fink are the result of an elaborate printing process: the monotype. In this process, which was already established in the 17th century, only one copy is created at a time by first painting individual picture segments by hand on acrylic glass with oil paint and then transferring them to paper using one' s own physical strength. This so-called "imitation process" results in elaborate unique prints and, as the name suggests (monotype = "a single image"), the monotype is not in every sense part of the printmaking process, as it is a unique process.

In their poses and restrained facial expressions, the people in Fink's works are reminiscent of the models and influencers of a young Generation Y. Their backgrounds and props create a sense of space that one would at most suspect in a VR animation or in a post-colored space image: multicolored color gradients, blue bodies reminiscent of liquids, flat grids and curved curves surround the models like an unreal bubble.

With the title of the exhibition "Many-Worlds", Fink refers to the so-called Many-Worlds Interpretation, which in quantum mechanics can be traced back to the American physicist Hugh Everett III. Published in 1957, "relative" quantum mechanical states and thus many worlds are possible simultaneously. This thesis also solves some paradoxes of quantum physics, such as the well-known model "Schrödinger's Cat", since in this way every possible result of every event is defined and actually exists in its own "past" or "world".

 

Online Viewing Room, Artist Portait, Marion Fink

In a squat seat, lying down and with flags flying in their hands, Marion Fink's models seem to be captured in their own world-versions of the Many-Worlds Interpretation. Just as influencers and models create fantastic worlds that surround them with elaborate backdrops and image processing software, so too do these figures exist detached from time and space in their own, intangible, but somehow existent world.

Fink studied at the HBK Hamburg with Andreas Slominski until 2016 and has been working in Potsdam and Berlin ever since. She has already shown her work in individual and group exhibitions in London, New York and Berlin.

In a squat seat, lying down and with flags flying in their hands, Marion Fink's models seem to be captured in their own world-versions of the Many-Worlds Interpretation. Just as influencers and models create fantastic worlds that surround them with elaborate backdrops and image processing software, so too do these figures exist detached from time and space in their own, intangible, but somehow existent world.

Fink studied at the HBK Hamburg with Andreas Slominski until 2016 and has been working in Potsdam and Berlin ever since. She has already shown her work in individual and group exhibitions in London, New York and Berlin.

In a squat seat, lying down and with flags flying in their hands, Marion Fink's models seem to be captured in their own world-versions of the Many-Worlds Interpretation. Just as influencers and models create fantastic worlds that surround them with elaborate backdrops and image processing software, so too do these figures exist detached from time and space in their own, intangible, but somehow existent world.

Fink studied at the HBK Hamburg with Andreas Slominski until 2016 and has been working in Potsdam and Berlin ever since. She has already shown her work in individual and group exhibitions in London, New York and Berlin.

In a squat seat, lying down and with flags flying in their hands, Marion Fink's models seem to be captured in their own world-versions of the Many-Worlds Interpretation. Just as influencers and models create fantastic worlds that surround them with elaborate backdrops and image processing software, so too do these figures exist detached from time and space in their own, intangible, but somehow existent world.

Fink studied at the HBK Hamburg with Andreas Slominski until 2016 and has been working in Potsdam and Berlin ever since. She has already shown her work in individual and group exhibitions in London, New York and Berlin.

In a squat seat, lying down and with flags flying in their hands, Marion Fink's models seem to be captured in their own world-versions of the Many-Worlds Interpretation. Just as influencers and models create fantastic worlds that surround them with elaborate backdrops and image processing software, so too do these figures exist detached from time and space in their own, intangible, but somehow existent world.

Fink studied at the HBK Hamburg with Andreas Slominski until 2016 and has been working in Potsdam and Berlin ever since. She has already shown her work in individual and group exhibitions in London, New York and Berlin.

Selected Works

Selected Works

Marion Fink, 2020, Every day she forced her reality to fit the model of the divided self, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, Every day she forced her reality to fit the model of the divided self, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

Every day she forced her reality to fit the model of the divided self.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Every day she forced her reality to fit the model of the divided self.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in

 

Every day she forced her reality to fit the model of the divided self.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in


Every day she forced her reality to fit the model of the divided self.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, He was a solid explorer in a fluid world, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, He was a solid explorer in a fluid world, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

He was a solid explorer in a fluid world.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



He was a solid explorer in a fluid world.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2019, The imprints of history were ever present all around them, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 120 x 153 cm

The imprints of history were ever present all around them.
 

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
120 x 153 cm / 47 x 60 in



The imprints of history were ever present all around them.
 

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 120 x 153 cm / 47 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, NO-W, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, NO-W, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

NO-W

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



NO-W

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



NO-W

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



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Marion Fink, 2020, His own carefully orchestrated illusion was a comfort for his tired eyes, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 120 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, His own carefully orchestrated illusion was a comfort for his tired eyes,Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 120 x 153 cm

His own carefully orchestrated illusion was a comfort for his tired eyes.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
120 x 153 cm / 47 x 60 in



His own carefully orchestrated illusion was a comfort for his tired eyes.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
120 x 153 cm / 47 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, All they wanted, was to live as gods, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 300 x 244 cm

All they wanted, was to live as gods.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper.
300 x 244 cm



All they wanted, was to live as gods.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 300 x 244 cm

 

All they wanted, was to live as gods.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
300 x 244 cm


Marion Fink, 2020, She herself created the lens through which she experienced the entierty of her life, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, She herself created the lens through which she experienced the entierty of her life, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

She herself created the lens through which she experienced the entierty of her life.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



She herself created the lens through which she experienced the entierty of her life.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm /
83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, His most fruitful realizations were the quiet ones, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 91 x 66 cm

His most fruitful realizations were the quiet ones.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
91 x 66 cm



Marion Fink, 2019, They themselves had shaped the character of their shared experience, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 120 x 153 cm
Detail: Marion Fink, 2019, They themselves had shaped the character of their shared experience, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 120 x 153 cm

They themselves had shaped the character of their shared experience. 

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
120 x 153 cm /  47 x 60 in



They themselves had shaped the character of their shared experience. 

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 120 x 153 cm /  47 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, His biggest concern was to never actually arrive here, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Detail: Marion Fink, 2020, His biggest concern was to never actually arrive here, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper 210 x 153 cm

His biggest concern was to never actually arrive here.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



His biggest concern was to never actually arrive here.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm /
83 x 60 in


Marion Fink, 2019, All he could reach, was a new level of assumption, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2019, All he could reach, was a new level of assumption, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

All he could reach, was a new level of assumption.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm /  83 x 60 in



All he could reach, was a new level of assumption.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm /  83 x 60 in



All he could reach, was a new level of assumption.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm /  83 x 60 in


All he could reach, was a new level of assumption.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm /  83 x 60 in

8.500 € 

All he could reach, was a new level of assumption.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm /  83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, Their absolute forbidden thought had been, that maybe none of this was real, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, Their absolute forbidden thought had been, that maybe none of this was real, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 210 x 153 cm

Their absolute forbidden thought had been, that maybe none of this was real.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Their absolute forbidden thought had been, that maybe none of this was real.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, She tried to grasp the meaning of a tree swaying in the wind, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 91 x 66 cm

She tried to grasp the meaning of a tree swaying in the wind.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
91 x 66 cm

 


Marion Fink, 2020, She tried to identify her role in the transient nature of all things, Unqiue monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, She tried to identify her role in the transient nature of all things, Unqiue monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

She tried to identify her role in the transient nature of all things.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, They hat built their own worlds to house their fleeting emotions, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, They hat built their own worlds to house their fleeting emotions, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper, 210 x 153 cm

They hat built their own worlds to house their fleeting emotions.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color and wax pastel on paper
210 x 153 cm / 83 x 60 in



Marion Fink, 2020, He knew that all it would take was one breath at a time, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 120 x 153 cm
Marion Fink, 2020, He knew that all it would take was one breath at a time, Unique monotype, oil color on paper, 120 x 153 cm

He knew that all it would take was one breath at a time.

2019, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
120 x 153 cm / 47 x 60 in



Opening: Thursday, 03.09.2020, 6-9 pm

Get in touch with our expert:
Soriana Stagnitta

+49 (0)211 82827171
s.stagnitta@setareh-gallery.com

Opening: Thursday, 03.09.2020, 6-9 pm

Get in touch with our expert:
Soriana Stagnitta

+49 (0)211 82827171
s.stagnitta@setareh-gallery.com

Opening: Thursday, 03.09.2020,
6-9 pm

Get in touch with our expert:
Soriana Stagnitta

+49 (0)211 82827171
s.stagnitta@setareh-gallery.com

Opening: Thursday, 03.09.2020,
6-9 pm

Get in touch with our expert:
Soriana Stagnitta

+49 (0)211 82827171
s.stagnitta@setareh-gallery.com

Opening: Thursday, 03.09.2020,
6-9 pm

Get in touch with our expert:
Soriana Stagnitta

+49 (0)211 82827171
s.stagnitta@setareh-gallery.com

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Fri 04.09.
11 am—10 pm

Sat 05.09.
11 am—8 pm

Sun 06.09.
11 am—6 pm

 

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Fri 04.09.
11 am—10 pm

Sat 05.09.
11 am—8 pm

Sun 06.09.
11 am—6 pm

 

Opening hours during DC OPEN: 

Fri 04.09.
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Sat 05.09.
11 am—8 pm

Sun 06.09.
11 am—6 pm

 

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Fri 04.09.
11 am—10 pm

Sat 05.09.
11 am—8 pm

Sun 06.09.
11 am—6 pm

 

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Fri 04.09.
11 am—10 pm

Sat 05.09.
11 am—8 pm

Sun 06.09.
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Marion Fink, 2020, Some day she will die just as sweetly as she had lived, Monotype, oil color on paper, 48 x 33 cm

Some day she will die just as sweetly as she had lived.

2020, Unique monotype, oil color on paper
48 x 33 cm / 19 x 13 in



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40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

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