Sali Muller (*1981 in Luxembourg) has been working as a freelance object and installation artist since 2010. Muller took over an abandoned workshop in Kehlen (Luxembourg) and transformed it into a studio and exhibition space for artists under the name 21Artstreet. The artist has already had solo exhibitions in Luxembourg, Germany and France. In 2017, her work will be shown for the first time in a museum exhibition in Eupen, Belgium.
In her current large-scale mirror works, Muller explores a spectrum of psychosocial themes such as self-perception, identity and interpersonal communication. With her installations, Muller manipulates our perception of the subject and subjectivity. She breaks down the connections between space, time and identity to explore what it means to maintain individuality in a society of constant repetition. With scepticism and irony, the artist draws attention to the obsession of our media-dominated visual culture: making everything private transparent.