LARGE SCALE PAINTINGS
Sitespecific art work is an ongoing interest in Drøschlers paintings, where she
unfolds strong color in figurative expressionistic brushstrokes across monumental
surfaces. Most recently Drøschler carried out a permanent outdoor commission for
Slagelse Council inside a tunnel with a total length of 27 meters, painted on both
sides. It took her seven days to carry out the work right on the site. The Danish
Cultural Institute in Rome does also have the pleasure of having a large scale
painting as part of their collection.
A SCENEGRAPHIC INSTALLATION
In a number of art exhibitions Drøschler has installed a scenegraphic setting to her
paintings hanging on the walls. In 2018 at the Danish museum Sophienholm she
transformed three rooms to appear as the rooms of Frederiksborg Castle painting
all surfaces, including the floor (in chess pattern) as a reference to her memory of
the castle as her grandparents were living there as cleaners throughout her
Later that year she transformed a swimmingpool at Gallery Rozart into a
monumental wallpainting in which she made a performative reading.