At the beginning of 1927 Otti Berger enrolled in a course of studies at the Bauhaus where she first took part in Vorkurs – the preparatory course, with Lászlo Mohloy-Nagy, and lectures given by Paul Klee and Wassily Kandinsky.

Really enjoy the illusion of flatness of Berger’s Vorkurs work, whist still communicating space and movement.

The connection between this ribbon-like sculptural installation and the gridular patterns of flat woven fabrics, of which Berger would go on to produce, is self evident.

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