Since the beginning of his artistic career, Swiss artist Lori Hersberger has experimented with painting, architecture and video to create intense atmospheres, making realities superimpose themselves.


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Hersberger's works act at the intersection of deconstruction and reorganisation; they decompose and re-structure the meaning in the light of deliberate juxtapositions. - Mark Gisbourn

Lori Hersberger was born in 1964 in Basel, Switzerland. He studied video art and sculpture at the Basel School of Art and Design. At the beginning of the 1990s he started creating environments and installations, initially combined with video, later with different kinds of media like mirror glass, painting with fluorescent paint, neon light, and chrome steel. He quickly devoted himself to a wide spectrum of different, seemingly incompatible media and subject matter. His works are characterized by a direct artistic language and, while many trigger a strong affirmative impression, subversive potential. In different installations, as well as in his...
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