The delight and the feeling of happiness, expressed by the works of Ulrike Bolenz on the subject of ‘laughter’, are also understood by the artist as a resistance to the human atrocities of our times – which can be found on every continent.
The work, however, intents to reflect the solidarity of the peoples – not just by women of different continental origin – but also by thread-like structures in and between the individual figures: Similar to arteries, which unite different areas of human life indispensable and vitally important, those threads symbolize people-uniting elements like trade routes, diplomatic interactions, digital intercontinental communication, interactions and mutual influences in art and culture.
Last but not least, this artistic depiction opens an essential insight: the roots of man are all indentical – regardless of their origin.
And so, consequently, the two-dimensional world map – finely engraved into transparent acrylic glass – afirms the world-wide human pact of laughing figures in the room.
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