She picks up on strategies of disillusionment from painters like Martin Kippenberger and Albert Oehlen and succinctly challenges the seductive patterns and expressive language of painting. While television still plays a part in determining our thinking, behaviour and actions as a matter of course, it is now also numbered among the things we no longer reflect upon by sheer force of habit. Today however, the focus for artists seems to not be so much a question of the development of technical possibilities or even a critique of this homogenising, consumer-oriented mass medium.
Instead, Forbidden Love: Art in the Wake of Television Camp will present artists who work with the structural conventions of television, using them for their own ends. Like Warhol, these artists can knowingly utilise the rules of the attention-dependent economy, play with celebrity culture, and adopt the episodic structure of soaps, TV shows, music clips, or talk shows, turning them into something else.
The exhibition includes artists who are not necessarily using their own transmission slot on television. Instead, like parasites, there are those that infiltrate existing TV with their own artistic concerns. One example is Mel Chin b. Having grown up with television, the younger artists in particular approach the medium from the position of the specialised viewer.
They pursue a fascination for the dethroning of the serious Sontag , for the stylistic howlers of image cultivation, and the opulence of surface splendour. As consumers of television, they return the ball to the opposing court and mirror the medium. The ambivalent and exclusive mechanisms of television, its ambiguous methods of communication and an attitude of expectation emerge particularly clearly in childlike role-playing, reflecting the desire for participation and an exaggerated cultivation of image.
Artists like Kalup Linzy b. In his videos, reflecting upon childhood experiences, Linzy performs all the female main characters, if notalso all supporting roles. Ryan Trecartin b. He blends stories and realities so much that they become quasi-abstract images. To give these various perspectives on television a framework Simon Denny b. His exhibition design works with the paradox that the television industry, being so strictly bound to the present, does not leave relics behind. A combined catalogue will be published with both institutions.
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In Gruppenausstellungen war sie u. Over the past few years, Bircken has developed an individual sculptural language that reveals a deep understanding of the materials she employs and a sensitive approach to both natural and artificial materials. For her solo exhibition Blondie, Bircken developed freestanding sculptures, hanging objects and wall art from ropes, vintage clothing pieces, wood, concrete, articles used in daily life, hair and wool. The quintessential element within these works is the point at which a functional item is transformed into an aesthetic object or narrative microcosm.
When Bircken, who first began her career as a fashion designer, started working as an artist in , her jewelry and clothing pieces began evolving into devious shapes and spatial designs and soon lost all semblance of gender specificity or even functionality. But she bucks this value judgment, focusing instead on the psychology at work behind the interplay of interaction and confrontation between wildly different materials that relate to a confusing set of pop cultural references.
Her working methods place Bircken in the generation of younger artists that have very consciously chosen a formal artistic approach. The three prize-winners were chosen from 44 artists in whose work the investigation of the construction of historical facts is of central importance.
It is striking that all the prize-winning artists engage in their work with the question of the construction of history, how and why it comes to be used today in the political but also the economic sphere. They concentrate in their works on the historical document as the smallest common factor on which, seen from today, agreement can be reached.
Dan Graham born is an influential figure in the field of contemporary art, both a practitioner and an art critic and theorist. Graham especially focuses on the relationship between artwork and viewer in his pieces. Stets entwickelt er eine faszinierende Unmittelbarkeit durch seine schnellen und poetischen Monologe und seine direkte Ansprache des Publikums, in die er Dias, Objekte und Texte als demonstrative Werkzeuge seiner Geschichten einflicht.
In Einzelausstellungen war er bereits u. He develops an intriguing immediacy through his fast and poetic monologues and includes slides, objects and texts in his performances as demonstrative tools of the stories, which he presents to the visitor mostly one-on-one. He lately started to work in installations. His slide installations for example are complemented by the underlying voice of the artist commenting and fuelling the shown images. Man kann doch nicht immer nur lesen! Rilke hat das Recht, anders zu klingen.
Ballett geht ohne Musik, und Blasmusik geht ohne Trompete.
One can nevertheless not always only read! A doctor becomes a worm through the word. Rilke has the right to sound differently. Ballet goes without music, and brass-band music goes without trumpet. A lot is at stake — Lentz and Winter fight for each point. Therefore the listener recognizes something again, which he did never see before. Michael Lentz born works as an author, musician, and performer. Since he has been president of the FreeAcademy of the Arts in Leipzig.
In these performances Michael Lentz reads while two puppets in the background, played by Uli Winters, constantly comment on what he is saying. By intervening in the lecture situation the puppets poke fun at the reading situation and of the performer himself. Pause… aus dem Jahre auf. Seit kurzem leitet Lengerer auch den mobilen Ausstellungsraum und das Verlagshaus Scriptings, das sich zurzeit in Amsterdam befindet.
In his live performance Achim Lengerer refers to his preceding exhibition Blows into the microphone: Is it all right? Pause… from , in which he re-enacts a lecture of the American filmmaker Hollis Frampton and his famous film Nostalgia and comments on its avant-gardistic refraction of word and image. Achim Lengerer born works with questions of language that he either thematises in his performances or spatialises within his installations.
In the last years Lengerer founded different collaborative projects: labelfuerproduktion was initiated by Lengerer as a collaborative, process-oriented art project that presented performances, exhibitions and events at institutions like Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna or Kunstverein Braunschweig. The third long-term project, voiceoverhead is a collaboration with his artist colleague Dani Gal. Achim Lengerer has had various exhibitions and presentations at Kunstverein Braunschweig, Bonner Kunstverein, and others. Lengerer runs the travelling showroom and instant publishing house Scriptings — currently based in Amsterdam.
His artistic work includes performances, videos and music productions. Presented by Spex. After a long line of theoretical performances performed in an opera house, boxing ring, botanical gardens, on the internet, TV, radio, in the university amphitheatre, classroom, museum, gallery, paper and documenta 12 in Kassel, Walking Theory TkH shows its body for the last time. Its breasts, to be more precise. TkH Walking Theory was founded as a research theoretical-artistic group in Belgrade in Main domain of the work of the TkH Platform is to encourage the development of contemporary performing arts practices and their critical discourses through the TkH Journal for Performing Arts Theory, educational projects, an on-line platform, and artistic and theoretical projects.
TkH Platform is also engaged in the cultural policy field and empowering of infrastructural and discoursive potentials of independent artistic and cultural initiatives. Dabei reagieren sie in ihren Arbeiten auf das aktuelle Kunstsystem, dessen Grenzen zwischen Produktion, Vermittlung und Kritik immer mehr verwischen. Dass Lecture Performances nicht nur ein Thema in der Bildenden Kunst sind, sondern auch in der Choreographie, der Literatur, der Musik und der Wissenschaft diskutiert werden, wird an den Arbeiten evident.
The lecture performance has become a feature of contemporary art. Various descriptions of the phenomenon have circulated over the past few years. Artists in this comparatively young genre work at the interface between lecturing and performing, seeking out creative ways of including traditional methods of artistic communication in presenting themselves to an audience. The technique involves elements of self-reflection, discussion and performance. The exhibition also includes reference works — which provides inspiration for many young artists — in the form of videos and performance documentation by the V-Girls, Andrea Fraser, Martha Rosler and the French choreographer Xavier Le Roy.
Sie fragen nach aktuellen Vorstellungen von Community und Vergesellschaftung in der Stadt. The exhibition Everything, then, passes between us shows snap-shots of urban life. It asks how forms of public or of temporary communities can be produced nowadays.
The artists question fragmentary aspects of metropolises in times of global turmoil and ask for actual ideas of community and collecti-vity in the cities. Ihre unmittelbare Sprache und die Thematisierung kultureller, politischer und ethnographischer Werte durchdringen sich dabei gegenseitig. Die fragilen Skulpturen werden im hinteren Bereich des Raums um zwei Diaprojektionen erweitert.
In der Bildfolge werden sie damit aber letztlich dynamisiert und in Bewegung gesetzt. Zur Ausstellung erscheint eine Publikation. A direct language and the framing of cultural, political and ethnographic values are the parameters that mutually pervade in her works. For the exhibition room Nora Schultz has created an installation seizing fundamental sculptural questions. The installation shows several chrome-plated pipes mounted firmly on the wall or hung on a rope. Like a mobile, they sometimes arrange themselves in a perfect balance resembling a set of scales, and sometimes they loose balance and seem to struggle for their position.
Her works offer no well-balanced relation between calmness and motion, tension and relaxation, or bondage and liberty of the body. The ratio of carrier and self weight incurs imbalance. Their texture suggests an association to the unfinished, to building and travelling. Two slide projections in the rear part of the room complement the fragile sculptures. The first series of slides records three-dimensional objects via two-dimensional photographies taken from different angles. The image sequence is consequently dynamised and put into motion. The abstract indications of an im balance of masses and values are translated into far-reaching cultural and political images.
Schultz establishes associative references to the French author and ethnologist Michel Leiris who, in his travel journeys and essays, offers an unsparing self analysis and an open, immediate impression of his experiences with foreign cultures. The rituals comment and parody European civilizations and show that there never is just one ruling point of view onto a subject, but that this point of view entirely is thrown back. Along with these new works, Nora Schultz shows further works corresponding with regards to content.
Her arrow sculpture can be read as a typographic two-dimensional emblem operating as cross-reference and, at the same time, as a real object and visualisation of an arrow projectile. The rebellious child defies all rules and educational methods of its parents and accomplishes acrobatic exercises on the chair. His attempt to balance on two chair legs fails and comes to a bad end. In the slide projection the table becomes the main player. Dieser so spannenden, weil unmittelbaren und dennoch zumeist verborgenen, Wirkungsgeschichte gilt es nachzuforschen. Sie wurden in verschiedenen Farben hergestellt und tragen das Datum ihrer Herstellung.
In the exhibition room Seth Price presents his workson suspended wall panels. Accompanying the paintings are vacuum-formed polystyrene reliefs with masks or facial imprints, looking like glamorous high-definition products. The reliefs have been produced in different colours and bear their date of production. The presentation is completed by a painterly video projection in form of a program loop showing a computer-animated sequence of black water in motion. The video is based on a 5-second loop sold for business use, which Price purchased and treated with color and motion effects.
Atmospheric as it is, the installation creates the impression of a journey through time during which the different handling and use of things, objects and pictures, is shown. Price manipulates found pictures, shows their changeability and their dependence on presentation and distribution structures and also makes his own manipulations visible.
The journey of a picture from the computer screen onto a canvas and vice versa can suddenly be experienced as a tightrope walk. He presents the reliefs as mere covers; they are negative form of the depicted objects and materialize only in their surface form. The materials Price has used in his video editions, and which reappear here in cut-up form, include manipulated film footage by Joan Jonas from the early s, a video by Martha Rosler that took up TV advertisements from , pictures from the Internet, and news footage from the assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan.
It is no longer discernable who is speaking, what is commented on, or what is inside and what is outside. Low-definition and high-definition material is equally juxtaposed. There is infinite access to and collisions of meaning and value systems. There is a plethora of choices and a surfeit of images within the cultural logic of late capitalism.
Here, defined by media, image becomes material. A collaborative working method is of likewise importance to Seth Price. Last year Seth Price received the award of the city of Lyon as a special award for his work at the Lyon Biennale. A monographic catalogue with a text by Michael Newman will be published in cooperation with the Kunsthalle Zurich.
Starting point for the exhibition Many Challenges Lie Ahead in the Near Future are subconscious expectations that artists and the art coming from the Balkans encounter. When it comes to artists from the Balkan countries, the question of origin seems very often more important than other aspects or questions that their art works deal with. During the last decade several well known exhibitions, among others I n den Schluchten des Balkan , Kunsthalle Fredericianum, Kassel, , Blut und Honig , Sammlung Essl, Vienna, , In Search of Balkania , Graz in , have presented contemporary artists from the Balkan region to a Western audience.
In such circumstances the question arises of how artists come to terms with these expectations. The four artists presented in this exhibition put the desired images at the core of their work and discuss their artistic position from there on. In his artist book Kissing the back of your hand makes the sound like a wounded bird he comments ironically on the never changing reception of his works on the basis of his origin.
The seductive way of editing, flirting with the aesthetics of silent movies, as well as his humorous approach prevents the story from becoming overdramatic. In his video Heroes Lulzim Zeqiri born in Gjilan, Kosovo solves a double problem of legitimation. On the one hand he deals with the question of his position as an artist within the European context, and on the other hand with the question of his position within the Kosovo society. To solve the first question, Zeqiri offers an ironic, orientalistic staging of three musicians playing a traditional melody in traditional poses. On the other hand, he is aware that one is legitimized in Zeqiris own society by gaining recognition as national hero.
This is why he lets the singers in their traditional song sing about contemporary artists from Kosovo instead of national heroes. Michael Krebber geb. Michael Krebber wurde stets als konzeptuell orientierter Maler gehandelt. Alle diese Ideen, die entweder schlechte Witze sind oder einfach uninteressant, sind gestohlen oder von irgendwoher kopiert. The title of the exhibition, Puberty in Teaching , is at first sight paradoxical, since the two concepts, teaching and puberty, seem contradictory. Also implied is the question of whether it is possible to teach art at all and, if it is the case that there is no subject matter to teach, of how authority is then to be defined.
Here Krebber is presenting a subject that is for him deeply serious, one which he has pursued passionately, and in which he is committed to an attitude which is in itself contradictory, indeed quasi pubertarian. Michael Krebber born is one of the most influential artists working in Cologne, and we are delighted to be presenting his first exhibition in a major institution here in Cologne. Krebber plays an important role precisely for the younger generation of international artists, people like Merlin Carpenter, Sergej Jensen, Michael Beutler and John Kelsey.
Michael Krebber was always viewed as a painter with a conceptual orientation. This label is applied to an oeuvre in which he has for more than 25 years been testing out the frontiers and possibilities of painting, without his work itself always appearing in the form of painting. However attributing him to conceptualism diverts attention from the purely formal qualities of his work. The question arises of whether Krebber uses this type of attribution simply as a trick for his work at certain times, in which grasping or outreach and simultaneous rejection, false bottoms, dead ends and illusions are everywhere immanent.
Exclusively sculptures are on show in the exhibition puberty in sculpture ; pieces of sawn-up surfboards as wall sculptures, and on the lawn in front of the Kunstverein an open air sculpture inspired by the HOLLYWOOD sign, displaying the words Herr Krebber in large letters. All these ideas are either from bad jokes, or are just plain uninteresting, or are stolen or copied from somewhere else. Surfboards, carved in slices like tuna-fish and hung on the wall like a Donald Judd sculpture, and the words Herr Krebber erected like a sign to attract buyers for a plot of land.
These sculptures confront us with the weight and materiality which are required by object-based practice, requirements which can be avoided in teaching, philosophy and in other forms of mediation. In this exhibition and in the book which accompanies it, the answer to the question of how Monsieur Teste would deal with these sculptures is put on hold. With the exhibition a special edition will be published: Michael Krebber, HiFly, , Surfboard slices, 12 Unique pieces, price, Euro each. Die internationale Jury des mit Fascinated by how the images on the screen seem to come to life, the artist talks about the transitions between two- and three-dimensionality and the relationship between object and image.
It was transferred to16mm film and is presented on a pedestal, like a sculpture. Williams walking through Regents Park in London, taking the same route that the artist uses to go to his studio every day. Mark Leckey will also use a zoetrope — a device that creates the illusion of moving images — to cause areproduction of the rooster figure in front of the Kunstverein building to appear to walk. Mark Leckey also took the publicity for the exhibition in hand. The vertical axis runs from the basement to the Theatersaal, presenting works in which Leckey considers the mechanisms of television.
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The centre of attention is the cartoon figure Felix the Cat, which was used in the s as test pattern for the first television broadcasts in the USA. Leckey constructed a kind of film set for the cartoon figure on the stage of the Theatre space, recreating props from a photograph of the origianl set. A humerous 16mm Felix cartoon is shown in the cinema, and in the basement there is a sound sculpture in the shape of a heater which appears to fire the installation from below.
In May Leckey will hold a live performance in the film set installation on the stage. He will give a lecture on his ideas about the history of television, its significance and decay, and including the role of the BBC in this context. In the s, looking for new forms of expression in the medium, Leckey cut and manipulated music and found footage to make video-clips of his own. Today, however, image, film and television sequences have become easily and freely available on the Internet and the sampling technique has become a standard art form.
Leckey became known through his videos, but also for his work with the band Jack2Jack. Einzelausstellung: Seth Price , Dabei wird die Liebe selbst nicht als irrational betrachtet. Das Modelabel Bless stellt dazu das Exhibition Furnish. But love itself is not seen as irrational.
It is linked with uncountable political, aesthetical and desire-related projections, compositions and concepts. If one follows for example the theses and experiences of Roland Barthes, hypersensibility, transgression, prodigality, acceleration and deceleration as well as unforeseeable agitations against the functionalization and instrumentalisation of the subject are common acts and experiences of lovers.
In spite of lovelorn blindness, one is able to see clearly, reaches most tender insights and acts radically and — in social consensus — mostly incorrect. Starting point for Concepts of Love is the work of Judith Hopf with whom we developed the exhibition. The question of the impulse and social sense of a possible productivity that can — or cannot — be communicated and negotiated in polity plays an important role in her works. Along with her own works, a large number of co-productions came into being, some of which, like for example the video Bei mir zu dir tv.
In terms of a moment of intensification and dissipation, artist such as Keren Cytter and Henrik Olesen will develop own satellites or small universes within the exhibition. A lecture by Klaus Theweleit and a reading by author Monika Rinck will expands the array of events within Concepts of Love. Ist Kunst nichts als ein Konsumobjekt? How does art relate to money? Is art no more than a consumption-object? Are political contents more than a price rising factor on the overheated art market? How much leeway is given if private sponsors have to close the gaps of missing public support for art institutions?
Is it possible that sponsors get involved in art other than in terms of money? They are each filmed inside an anonymous office.
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They answer questions that are posed via inter phone and unheard by the viewer. A strange situation,making the viewer unsure whether the filmed persons pose for the public or are justifying themselves, or whether they are intimately soliloquising. The personal way of speech involves the viewer and withdraws the neutralising distance. In a wilful parallel to the art market, Carpenter uses products of a global art market developing their value not least through their name.
In a rather cynic way, the original idea of a ready-made as an object being linked to industrial reproduction and to the question of authorship is twisted here. And even the glamorous way way of dealing with popular culture, as is evident in the work of Jeff Koons, is broken through the presentation. For his project Radical Loyality ongoing since he bought an estate in Estonia in order to build a sculpture park. Instead of asking for financial support, he invited the directors of big international companies to conversation.
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It could also be interpreted in the sense of an ironic criticism of neo-liberal take-over in the European societies if he did not at the same time accept complicity with global players by seeking an open dialogue with the managers. The title, deriving from the world of fashion, refers to an installation dealing with prestige, self-dramatization and its condition of oneself. It consists of a stage evocative of a protective casket, where one can see two video installations.
Further elements of the installation, a coffin-like car roof box for car-roofs, a bed, a heavy, grey curtain and three bath robes evoke intimacy and preciousness as much as death and decay. In nightly meetings they present the special features of these suits in dance-like performances. Einige Touren stammen aus den Anfangsjahren, andere finden zum ersten Mal statt. Seine Arbeit ist eine funktionierende Form von Kunst als Dienstleistung. For the last 10 years, Boris Sieverts has guided people through urban landscapes. He started in Cologne, on the right side of the Rhine — right outside his doorstep.
Additional tours in Cologne continued, followed by an entire series in the Ruhr area, Paris, Rotterdam and other cities. He also returned to Cologne to give tours time and again. The one- or multiple-day tours lead people through areas of the city far away from the centre and popular tourist destinations — to places people would not normally visit. It is exactly these fringe areas, whether inside or outside the city, as well as spots between densely populated regions, which remove people from their normal societal contexts.
Participants gain a perspective of the range and diversity of space possible when nothing needs to be put in its place. Some of the tours were designed years ago, others are being conducted for the first time. This is a unique opportunity for people to experience unexplored areas of city in this agglomeration in a concentrated period of time. His work is a functioning form of the service of art.
Sieverts will also hold so-called Google Earth lectures on four Wednesday evenings: He has selected colleagues to assist in the discussion, people with a fascinating interest and ability in talking about their relationship to their environment. Sieverts will integrate virtual flights and projected images into his discussion of near and remote locations.
The audience can suggest different cities, make comments or just listen. Bisweilen geraten sie dabei in einen schillernden Konflikt mit ihrer eigenen kritischen Position und einem rationalistischen Weltbild. Auf dieser formalen Ebene stellen sie die Frage von Autorschaft, die durch die referentielle Aufladung der Objekte wieder in Frage gestellt wird.
Jahrhunderts an. In dem er in gefundene Bilder hineinmalt, stellt er auch die Frage nach dem subjektiven Filter, den jede Rezeption darstellt. From time to time they come into a dazzling conflict with their own critical position and a rationalistic view of the world. The exhibition Pure Self Expression contains installations, sculptures and paintings revealing an affinity to trade and handicraft items.
On this formal level the works of art pose the question of authorship, which is again challenged by the referential charging of the objects. Since , Mai-Thu Perret has been working on the fictional text The Crystal Frontier , a text about a group of women leaving the city in order to establish an autonomous commune in the desert. Banner, props, carpets or pottery emerge throughout the process, functional as much as inoperable objects, that are exhibited as objects of this anonymous group and are intended to reveal the psyche of this fictional group.
In contradiction to the rather cool appearance of the lacquered, monochrome reliefs, also the motives like eggs, chains, crystals and skulls speak for this ironic exaggeration. The used objects are also based on the style of furniture typical for the Shaker Communities and regarded as the forerunner of modern design. Her fragile objects made of hard plaster, leatherette, wood or paper seem to communicate with each other.
She abandones perfection with precision, creates the impression of something home made and instable, thus setting herself deliberately into oeuvre. Personal experiences, texts of authors enter the titles of the works of art and enable possible associations for charging the formally reduced objects with a content, which, however, always remains ambiguous and indefinite. They seem to appeal in an almost excessive degree to the old concept of art as a dream world.
Bell deliberately aims at formal and substantial connotations that at first look like a faux pas. In the installation at the Kunstverein these are for example Kitsh motives from popular-culture, teenager-rooms, but also the supercharging effect of light. Kim Moody schreibt:. Diese produktiven Arbeiterinnen nicht selten an die Arruzza stellt den Frauenstreik in den Zusammenhang niedriger Gewerkschaftsmitgliedschaft und geringer betrieblicher Streiks. Dieser war stattdessen das Ergebnis des Klassenkampfs—oder fehlenden Klassenkampfs—und es war der englische Arbeiter, der das gemeinsame Klasseninteresse mit dem irischen gegen das Kapital im Ganzen erkennen musste.
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