Biography


Daniela Schlagenhauf
(born in 1975 in Niederlenz, Switzerland, lives and works in Sainte-Eulalie)
   

Currently showing at the gallery, Ailleurs est ici



In 1977, Daniela Schlagenhauf left Switzerland after her baccalaureate and went to France for a short period to take pottery classes. However, she stayed for 2 years in France, working in the workshops of Jean Linard, Claire Berger and Claude Champy; this led to two major decisions: to stay in France and to continue working with clay.

Thus, in 1980, she built a two-chamber wood-fired kiln in a shared workshop in the Cantal. In 1982, she founded her own workshop in the Cantal mountains, in an old isolated barn where she still lives and works today.

From 2009, a new body of work focused on the interaction of ceramics and the sign. The Works are no longer signs of support but signs/signifiers themselves; large abstract sculptures created in porcelain that defy the material, and draw the void came into being.

It was also a period of questioning :

In 2010, she began a cycle of installations under the theme "resonances" that has led to 8 installations up to now. Each new installation was created from a personal experience that is governed by a protocol of action similar to the constraints imposed on the authors of the OULIPO.

These achievements have allowed her, since 2011, to be selected for exhibitions, colloquia and residencies around the world.


Exhibitions selected


Artist residency

2019 - Shangyu Céeadon Ceramics Art Center, Shangyu China
2017 - New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan
2015 - San Diego, CA, USA
2011 - International Ceramic Symposium, Römhild, Germany


Solo and Grope Exhibition (Selection)

2015 - Ancienne poterie de Gradignan, Association Terre d'art et d?argile
Lababrik, Aurillac
2013 - Galerie Geneviève Godar, 15 Rue des Bouchers, Lille
2013 - Galerie Argile Créations, 5 rue des Chaussetiers, Clermont-Ferrand
2012 - Musée de Murten, Morat en Suisse
2012 - La Galerie en Glaise, Le Puy en Velay
2012 - Centre Céramique Contemporaine, La Borne
2011 - Galerie Terres d?Aligre, Paris




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