Steven Warwick

Robin Mackay: Figuring ‚Space‘ I’m betting you can’t remember a time before ‘space’, although it’s a fairly recent abstraction— not space as transcendental form of experience, but the space that is the condition for the intertwined operations of the architecture–retail–real-estate–contemporary art complex. The light and…

AMBIANCE D’AUJOURD’HUI

As a musical genre from the second half of the 20th century, the ambient focuses on mood and atmosphere. Its free composition and undefined structure aims at blending a visual landscape. It is often composed of looped layers of sound influencing the space it is…

Pedro Barateiro

Sharing a Southern perspective on tourism and other terrors, Pedro Barateiro arrives to Athens from Lisbon. The exhibition features the series of drawings Tourism and the film The Current Situation. LIFE SPORT presents sweatpants ed. 3 Combo (purple/grey) The film The Current Situation starts with…

SIMON MULLAN – DIE FUGE

„The world is out of joint. The world has been fugued out of joint. The world is fugitive. The flight fugues down to a point. Simon Mullan’s spaces investigate the grids of a perspective on art history, its intersections and -faces with the continuum. They…

Never Land Alone Isaac Lythgoe & Jack Lavender

The pseudoscorpion – Lasiochernes pilosus – is a secretive scorpion like insect that makes home in the nests of moles. Before pseudoscorpions mate, they dance – a private underground minute – observed only by moles and voyeuristic entomologists. When a male finds a receptive female,…

Jens Pecho

Die Ausstellung von Jens Pecho ist der Auftakt einer neuen kuratierten Ausstellungsreihe im Kunsthaus Rhenania. Jens Pechos Arbeiten entwickeln sich ausgehend von einem starken Interesse für Sprache, mittels der er Subtexte bekannter und allgegenwärtiger Situationen oder Begriffe an die Oberfläche bringt. In seinen Videoarbeiten, Installationen…

SIMONE GILGES

„Haven‘t you ever asked yourself why it is that human beings lack this thing? They beget children, they have sex, ten- derness, a quality of sharing something together in companionship, in friendship, in fellowship, but this thing – why is it they haven‘t got it?…

Max Schaffer

You hold your tongue, and think what you are saying. He’s not alone in censuring these visits; The turmoil that attends your sort of people, Their carriages forever at the door, And all their noisy footmen, flocked together, Annoy the neighbourhood, and raise a scandal.…

Lauren Gault and Zoë Claire Miller

Working in sculptural installation, and specifically linking together their use of ceramics, Lauren Gault and Zoë Claire Miller’s ‘he was there when I first smelled the smell, and now he is the smell’ connects, debates and expands both their practices. Conceived as a hybrid between…

Maximilian Schmoetzer (DE)

The digital troposphere interrupts unrequested: ”Which extinct animal are you?” You spend a few minutes finding out what it is and share the news, alongside your calculated personal carbon footprint figures on the social media platform of your choice. But this doesn’t attenuate the inevitable…

Postcards from GRASSI Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig

    All images: © Sophia Kesting Initiiert von Nanette Snoep und Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer Kuratorisches Team Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer Clemens von Wedemeyer Anke Dyes Anna Jehle Mit Arbeiten von Rebekka Bauer Juliane Bülow Jamal Cazaré Cora Czarnecki Juanzi Cheng Julia Dubsky Charlotte Eifler Katrin Eßer Philp…

January Blues

“Blue pencils, blue noses, blue movies, laws, blue legs and stockings, the language of birds, bees, and flowers as sung by longshoremen, that lead-like look the skin has when affected by cold, contusion, sickness, fear; the rotten rum or gin they call blue ruin and…

Waldemar Zimbelmann

Spätestens seit Sartres ‚Das Sein und das Nichts‘ weiß man, dass die Dinge niemals vollständig wahrgenommen werden können, sondern immer nur in fragmentarischen Ausschnitten und Abschattungen. Der Grund dafür liegt in der Perspektivität der persönlichen Erfahrung und in der Begrenztheit der menschlichen Existenz an sich.…

Antoine Donzeaud

I had no expectations about my time in Vilnius. I wasn’t sure what would come out of it or if I’d be able to produce anything. All I brought was a video camera. I knew about the cold and the snow. I found a building…

PAKUI HARDWARE

This show can be seen as a cube. Not a very large one. Part of it is immersed under the crust of earth, beneath the ocean’s floor; the other part is filled with water of extreme cold. And there is a chunk of a fat…