The artist distilled colours from red roses and blue delphiniums. Using only these colours created, she painted a splash of colour on a white table. In addition, the artist bleached the very same flowers. They are shown in a glass vessel next to the painting.
Technical consultancy / bleaching of flowers: Marja Koistinen, Finnish Museum of Natural History, Helsinki
Exhibition views: Salon Dahlmann, Berlin, 2014 / Photographer: Jere Salonen
Of the eternal incorporeal substance nothing is changed, is formed or deformed, but there always remains only that thing which cannot be a subject of dissolution, since it is not possible that it be a subject of composition, and therefore, either of itself or by accident, it cannot be said to die.Giordano Bruno, The Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast, 1584