Tea Curk Sorta

Current exibitions

1.) Ambivalence, Galerija Miha Maleš – Galerija Pogled, Kamnik (SI) & 2.) Selfie/sh/Me, Obalne galerije Piran – Mestna galerija Piran, Piran (SI)

Tending to interpret intimate space with a special accent on the role of the female character in it from the very beginning, the sculptor Tea Curk Sorta has opened an entirely new aspect of meaning in her own opus. We have known since ancient Greece that the body and soul are mutually dependent, which is reflected in a person’s gestuality and therefore the person’s image as a whole. Tea Curk Sorta has managed to capture certain expressive contents of bodies that are like reflections of real states of being, and since the artist has succeeded in incorporating into her works all the frankness of her experience that had influenced the creation of these works, her female subjects actually work as reflections of her own moods.

Barbara Rupel

My wire sculptures are lines in space. They are the same as the lines on the palm of the hand. All of them are speaking about life.

With my work, I try to catch the moment, the move. I am looking for a way to relax my hand and express my thoughts. Hand is creating the image that my mind was dreaming.

I start with dance
Around and around
Then comes the line
First, second, third and so on
Until life appears
No more dance then
Just fight
Me and my work standing there
Staring to each other
Two different lives
Two different ways
In the end