From Jason McCoy Gallery:
Christiane Löhr works with organic materials. She gathers ivy seeds, plant stalks, tree blossoms, and horsehairs, for example, to arrange them into elaborate geometric constructs. Rather than manipulation or alteration, she understands her practice as an act of "ordering". This entails the careful evaluation of the involved ingredients, their overall structure and physical characteristics, such as resistance and elasticity. By organizing single elements into intimately scaled volumetric forms, Löhr derives at a unified entity that exudes harmony and tranquility.