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Federicco Maddalozzo, I'm not a Season, 2009, frames and magazine, Variable Dimensions, Photo: Marina Rosso
Berlin's Projektraum Brunnen 3 presents Masterpieces from Earth - and you could have a Buddy like mine, an exhibition featuring works by no less than three ISCP alumni artists: Edgar Leciejewski, Federico Maddalozzo, and Jochen Plogsties.
"How does tradition and change reflect in contemporary art? What questions are raised, which continuities and concepts are evident, where do we find alternative strategies?" These are some of the questions that Anne Naundorf and Edgar Leciejewski, who also co-curated the exhibition, raise through the works presented in the show.
September 23 by | Tags: alumni, Berlin, Resident exhibitions | Share: Facebook
ISCP alumnus Michael Höpfner presents a soloexhibition titled Talking to Rocks at Galerie Olaf Stüber in Berlin, Germany.
In this exhibition, Michael Höpfner presents an installation based on photographs taken in Chang Tang high plateau in western Tibet. Erosion, identity, memory and dispersion are also the key words within the artistic research of Höpfner. In recent years, the Austrian artist has focused his artistic activity on the practice of geographic and cultural errancy, realized by hiking through peripheral regions and deserted landscapes in different continents. Within the structure of cultural analysis undertaken according to a logic of field studies, the artistic practice of Höpfner moves to a field on the border between utopia and failure, between individual freedom and cultural dissolution.
Luigi Fassi, excerpt from the ar/ge Kunst Bozen, 2010
September 09 by | Tags: Berlin, Resident exhibitions | Share: Facebook
TOMATENCASINO, a solo exhibition by current ISCP resident Regine Müller-Waldeck will open next Friday, September 10th at KLEMM'S in Berlin.
The theme of the exhibition room itself is an abstracted 'Casino': the
central work 'Door' functions as a border between main room and the
literal ‘back room’. Two square metal constructions which are twisted
into each other take up the entire visual space, but remain permeable in
a few spots. Elements of cloth stiffened to an unclear materiality
continue to draw attention to this permeability rather than to the space
The collection of new works in TOMATENCASINO debate the conservation
of wishes and dreams never fulfilled or implemented—long since not
questioned— which are cultivated by habit. How does one remember the
futile attempt to get the full value out of life, and the risks taken
while trying? Do they help to fill the inner void and protect desire or
longing from reality?
September 03 by | Tags: Berlin, Resident exhibitions | Share: Facebook