A text by Laura Barlow on the film-installation "Drawing the Line"
(ISCP, Brooklyn, NY, May 07 - May 16, 2010)
Krüger & Pardeller’s practice consistently explores architectural conditions and the governance of mobility. Working predominantly with sculpture, they transcend architecture, design and engineering to question the function and use of space, place and objects. Their practice sits between art, architecture and philosophy to produce abstract interpretations of identity, class and economic politics.
Drawing the Line is a reconfiguration of the artists’ interest in notions of architectural and cognitive tensions in space to address their shifting perspective of how physical bodily movements and the material constructs of public and private spaces cooperate. [...]