(1892-1963, Switzerland)

Healer, researcher and artist, Kunz was an auto-didact who self-published three books and produced hundreds of geometric drawings by hand. She approached these not as formalism, but as a means of structuring philosophical, scientific and spiritual ideas. Using line and grid, Kunz’s diagrams explored belief systems and restorative practices. Her work won significant posthumous recognition, notably by curators Harald Szeemann and Hans Ulrich Obrist.