Recently, Andy meets Warhol visited Ursula Palla’s exhibition “Nowhereland” at Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur, Switzerland.

The show features installations from the last 10 years in 13 rooms in the extension building and in the Villa Planta. The artist interweaves video with spatial sculptures and works with sensitive materials such as cast sugar, coal dust, and snow in her artistic practice. The fragility of nature and wildlife is the focus of many works. An enchanting aesthetic makes this accessible on a first level. At the same time, all works are based on comprehensive research, the knowledge of which fully reveals the depth and urgency of the works. Ursula Palla’s video and spatial installations are poetic and at the same time reveal empty spaces that often leave us feeling stale and remind us of our responsibility towards nature and the environment.

Don’t miss the exhibition catalog with texts by Stephan Kunz, Isabel Zürcher and Angelika Affentranger-Kirchrath as well as a supplement with room photographs from the Kunst(Zeug)Haus Rapperwil-Jona with an introduction by Céline Gaillard and Simone Kobler.

The show runs until 29th May 2022.

Some photographic highlights


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