B. 1981 Kyrgystan, lives and work between Belgium and Deutchland.
Erika Hock’s practice is characterised by the fluid crossover in between sculptural and architectural elements. Her recent interest that extends into tapestries and furniture, that investigate meeting points between history, society and culture. In her series Elbows and Knees the choreography of objects in relationship to architecture take the shape of different deconstructions of furniture that inhabit the space as living beings. These structures reflect our changing relationship with how we navigate time and space as well as the modernist heritage.