Video (5:29): Roni Horn talks about her work for the collective exhibition “Luogo e Segni”, at Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy, March 24 – December 15, 2019.
[Roni] Horn has said in the past that her gender-neutral first name gave her the sense from a young age that her identity was fluid. She has always resisted being pinned down by gender or sexuality, though she doesn’t hide the fact that she is in a relationship with a woman and her dapper dress style is what some would call androgynous, and worn with a swagger.
The androgyny in her art is not just about gender issues and who she is, she says. It is about the multiplicity of identity, as symbolised by the mesmerising blue glass sculptures (…) – South China Morning Post
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Art that makes you do a double take: Roni Horn’s mesmerising sculptures in Hong Kong by Enid Tsui / South China Morning Post, December 2019.