Judith Hopf (b. 1969) focuses on how our social environments shape us, influence us, and by extension thereby exclude us from ourselves. In her works she depicts society’s power structures, regulations and conventions, and presents alternatives to our ingrained patterns.
Hopf uses a wide variety of techniques such as film, sculpture, installation and performance. She often emphasises the body—our point of contact with the world—and how we use the body to relate to other people and objects.
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