RAPHAEL STUCKY
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Lichtkörper, 2020, installation with neon light, paper, textile
and metal, each approx 190 x 60 x 60cm / Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny

The lampshades, newly wrapped in paper and fabric, are loosely stacked on top of each other. They become fragile and vulnerable bodies, illuminating the space and the visitors at the same time.The round and funnel-shaped forms are reminiscent of the self- made costumes of the Dadaists, such as those of Hugo Ball and Sophie Taeuber-Arp.



Strassenmusikant, 2020, leather, glue, 30 x 10 x 4cm / Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny

This mysterious object refers to the cubist assemblages of the early 20th century. Its shape and material seem to be a hybrid of a miniature musical instrument case, a shoe sole, or a bottle. An abstract composition on the inside is part of the same network of references.




Exhibition view: RO-RO-ROTATE, Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny, 2020-21


Trompeting, 2020, stoneware


Holding, 2020, stoneware


Drumming (No.2), 2020, stoneware


SOO HÜÜ, 2018–ongoing, series of ceramic animals,
stoneware / Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny


Exhibition view: RO-RO-ROTATE, Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny, 2020-21


PAC #2 (Possible Album Cover), 2020, acrylic on canvas,
artist frame, 90 x 90cm / Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny

PAC (Possible Album Cover) is an ongoing series of paintings on a square format. The painting surface becomes the place where an ephemeral moment is captured, similar to a recording. The focus is on movement and process. The compositions created in this way share, as the title suggests, the possibility of becoming the cover image for a vinyl or a CD.



Untitled, 2020, lamp, printed foil, cardboard box,
60 x 35 x 72cm / Le Manoir de la Ville de Martigny

Echoing the large lamps in the first room, these small living room lamps, placed on cardboard boxes, evoke a temporary arrangement.Theycreateatransitorywarm and personal space. On the reused lamps, which were mass-produced industrially, there are now small foil snippets on which printed black and white smartphone photos can be seen. Letters or fragmentary words can be made out on some of them. The resulting compositions become abstract poems.







Pigeons, 2020, sound improvisation, video projection, Raphael Stucky & Angi Nend /
Museum Bellerive, Zurich, photo: Stefan Burger




Tell a Bee, 2020, stoneware, spray / group exhibition in the garden of Samuel Haitz, Zurich, photos: Simon Javed Baumberger




Board (1-7), 2020, wax pastel on paper on waste wood,
series of seven panels, each 65 x 30 cm / Paperworks, Zurich



Wind, 2019/20, stoneware, wooden boards, paint, 80 x 40 x 40cm and 65 x 40 x 40cm / Kunstmuseum Olten






GRAMER, 2020, music video by Hammer Band, HD 16:9, 16:30 min


Licking, 2018, stoneware / unanimous consent, Zurich, photo: Michal Florence Schorro

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