Alexandra Hopf's work in mediums ranging from glass-painting to photography is charged with other-worldly ethereality, a characteristic that's particularly pronounced in her delicate acrylic and pastel drawings.
Clouds of billowing darkness offer glimpses of veiled meaning; lines of light emerge like mapped constellations and the occasional modernist motif permeates the shadow.
Hopf's references are acquired from various realms, including psychoanalysis, architecture, theatre and natural science photography. Together, they contribute to dream-like, magical works that capture the poetic viewpoint of the mind's eye.
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