Sandra Kennel (born 1980 in Munich, lives and works in Zurich) deals with the universe and the transient nature of our existence – with the space and time in which we live. The purity and natural beauty of things contrast with the march of time and the inevitability of decay. Her works constantly search for the internal and external purity that can be found beneath the surface or at the core of a naturally or artificially created object. Artificiality versus naturalness, decay versus eternity: these are her extremes.
The artist chooses the natural form of flesh as a symbol of pure life and fuses it with the purity of water. Using abstract photography, she creates new spaces and captures them for the viewer.