Uta Eisenreich performed a game to initiate a conversation with Leonard Koren on their common interest in compositions and objects. Koren’s work on aestethics is filtered through Eisenreich’s sensiblity for ludic arrangement of objects, reminiscent of elementary science, magic tricks, arrangement tests and optical illusions.
Uta Eisenreich (1971, works in Amsterdam) is an artist working with photography, performance and publishing. The core of Uta Eisenreich’s practice is an investigation of the incongruous relationship between thought and reality. Walking a fine line between common sense and uncommon nonsense, she systematically explores the familiar methods for understanding our presumed reality. Her artist book A not B (2010, Roma Publications) has
26received several prizes and currently holds the status of a collector’s item. Eisenreich’s work has appeared in various exhibitions, such as the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Foam Amsterdam or the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Eisenreich teaches at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie.