Christel Dillbohner at Stewart Gallery
By Christopher Schnoor
In his classic study entitled Landscape and Memory, British cultural historian Simon Schama talked about the indivisibility of nature and human perception, that "before it can ever be a repose for the senses, landscape is the work of the mind," constructed as much from "strata of memory as from layers of rock." This insight lies at the heart of German-born artist Christel Dillbohner's work.
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