Katarina Burin makes posters out of two images of the designer, Eileen Gray, overdrawn with graphite and watercolor. In one, Gray, age 90, with her back to the camera, surveys a late-modern housing estate (of the same era as Hallesches Tor). The other, a photograph of a younger Gray, was the cover of a published survey of her work.
Burin's work often takes on the guise of an outmoded designer's worktable, re-creating and reinterpreting design and architectural drawing, especially in relation to sources that are evocative, often necessarily incomplete.
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