The work of Isolde Kille highlights transitional moments in time. Textiles are a source of exploration in her body of work, in which each or her work is often simultaneously a painting and a sculpture. Existing in a state of functional ambiguity, the work is displayed on the floors, walls, hung as room dividers, and bent into corners as well as functional objects such a lamps. By occupying the space in variation, the painting hybrids present a state of flux.

Kille makes her work in reaction to her surroundings, often times incorporating travel with finding places for her installations in time and space. Kille’s work, creating tension in unexpected ways. Transparent layers of silk, mirror and, or glass add a sense of breakdown of outer space, acting as a physical representation of the passage of time.