Submission
Group Show

A Room With A Cue

The exhibition “A Room With A Cue” is an experiment. Together with a group of artists, Vanessa Bosch and Sarai Rose Duke explore the use of a liminal space.


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3D Scan Unterführung Kühler Krug
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Left: Corinne Riepert, Right: Hannah Accetturo, Front: Tim Wahrendorff
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Edgar Unger
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Front: Hagen Eberle, Left: Ben Öztat, Back: Vanessa Bosch & Sarai Rose Duke
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Ben Öztat
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Mona Mayer
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Front: Vanessa Bosch & Sarai Rose Duke, Left: Sarai Rose Duke, Back: Mona Mayer
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Vanessa Bosch & Sarai Rose Duke, Back: Sarai Rose Duke, Back: Mona Mayer
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Front: Nick Herrmann, Left: Ines Bohnert, Back: Mona Mayer & Corinne Riepert, Vanessa Bosch
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Front: Nick Herrmann, Left: Ines Bohnert
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Front: Janis Zeckai
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Mona Mayer & Corinne Riepert
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Outside view: Mona Mayer & Corinne Riepert
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Vanessa Bosch, Mona Mayer & Corinne Riepert
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Alex Besta
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Nao Kikuchi
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Janis Zeckai
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Edgar Unger
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Nao Kikuchi
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Maximilian Bernhard

Underpasses are liminal spaces

“When I enter, I physically remove myself from the outside world above, the natural light. I’m underground, but I’m not either. I move in and through different levels. When leaving I return to the light.” A liminal zone can be described as a threshold between two defined spaces. We approach underpasses with a certain trepidation.

Cue of reality

In places where physical windows are absent or the view is heavily dominated by artifacts, the view from a window plays an important role in people’s physical and psychological well-being. The real skylights in a liminal space lead to an expanded rapture due to their limited vision. The three monocular depth cues, movement parallax, blur and occlusion are hardly present and thus the creation of a window-like “see-through experience” is prevented.
Only Movement Parallax gives the greatest effect.
The view from the skylights falls on the cables of the line network. Similar to underpasses, the power grid represents man’s ability to innovate and also the limits of his possible extensions.

Liminality in the physical world

The underpass is a passage and connection between two places. An underpass is usually not the goal.
Liminal spaces are spaces of change and innovation, spaces in which everything seems possible and which are constantly changing. The liminal state is not a fixed but a fluctuating state of suspension.

Rite of passage

In the design of transformative spaces, correspondences with principles from rites of passage can be found. Rites of passage or passage rites refers to an ethnological concept that was introduced in 1909 by the French ethnologist Arnold van Gennep. He observed that in the course of a person’s social life, numerous transitions between two life stages or social states have to be made, for example between childhood and adulthood or between the external foreign world and the familiar environment at home. (2nd intermediate phase “Liminality”: undefined)

Connection to Neolithic art

Underpasses as modern sites of ritual and change, like Neolithic ritual spaces. Similar to a Neolithic cave (cave paintings, ceramics, metal and stone objects), we return to a border crossing and embed our work in a modern cave.

Mona Mayer & Corinne Riepert
o.T. (hell und stürmisch) (2022)
Stahlrohr, Stahlseil, Stoff

Ines Bohnert
o.T. (2022)
Transferdruck auf Leine

Vanessa Bosch
right down to the invisible ones (2015-2022)
speaker&player, Keramik, Polaroid, Rindenmulch, Ketten

Corinne Riepert
peeled (2021)
Textmarker, Bleistift, Ölkreide auf Baumwolle, Volumenvlies, Garn

Mona Mayer
Vorhang 1 – 9 (2022)
*Vorhang 2 (Frühstück für MimiMotziMaxi)
Bleistift auf Papier

Alex Besta
agency accessories (2022)
Gips, Stahl, Resin.

Sarai Rose Duke
Sigg Culture (2022)
Gips, Stahl

Nao Kikuchi
am Waldsee (2022)
Keramik, Bittersalz

Hannah Accetturo
trauma she wrote (2022)
Sprühkreide

Vanessa Bosch & Sarai Duke
o.T. (2022)
Trampolin

Edgar Unger
o.T.
Plastik

(Ausschnitt aus) Jim Jones Alex Jones (2021)
Keramiplast, Epoxidharz, Tusche, Goldkette

Tim Wahrendorff
Das Wesen (2021)
Glasierte Keramik

Maximilian Bernhard
Batzen-Pressung, Keilform (Ecke) (2021)
2-teilig, Keramik

Nick Herrmann
a study on the concept of time (2021)
Edelstahl, Stahl, Motor, Mikroprozessor

Ben Öztat
o.T. (2022)
Mixed Media auf Papier, Holz, Glas

Janis Zeckai
mentor trove III (2022)
steel, aluminium, porcellain, vape atomizer, harddrive, usb c cable

metabolic cusp (2022)
steel, Vitamin D bottles, plaster

Hagen Eberle
I read the news today, oh boi (2022)
Stativ, Silbertablett, Mürbegebäck