Exhibitions

HBK Braunschweig
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Alrun Aßmus, Alisa Jäger, Béla Beinhold, Juraj Cernak, Seonah Chae, Naomi Deibel, Carlotta Drinkewitz, Johannes Farfsing, Christopher Gerberding, Gaston Gnefkow, Paula Grafenhorst, Hannah Hofferberth, Yoni Hong, Yoo Jung, Philipp Kapitza, Tarik Kentouche, William Kim, Esra von Kornatzki, Erasmus Leinweber, Lorenz Liebig, Elisabeth Lieder, Milena-Marie Rohde, Rebekka Stuhlemer, Malte Taffner, Till Terschüren, Arne-Niklas Volk

Poster: Yoo Jung
Photos: Malte Taffner
Bregenz
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Alrun Aßmus, Juraj Černák, Carlotta Drinkewitz, Yoni Hong, Philipp Kapitza, 
Tarik Kentouche, Rebekka Ana Aimée Stuhlemer, Till Terschüren                             
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Galerie Dechanatstraße 13-15 Bremen
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HBK BRAUNSCHWEIG
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WITH WORKS BY:

RAPHAEL AUMANN 
ALRUN AßMUS 
FLAVIU CACOVEANU 
JURAJ CERNAK 
CARLOTTA DRINKEWITZ 
CHRISTOPHER GERBERDING 
PAULA GRAFENHORST 
YONI HONG
YOO JUNG 
PHILIPP KAPITZA 
TARIK KENTOUCHE 
WILLIAM KIM 
FELIX KOPANKA 
DANIEL KUGE 
SASCHA KREGEL 
REBEKKA STUHLEMER 
ERASMUS LEINWEBER 
LORENZ LIEBIG 
MALTE TAFFNER 
TILL TERSCHÜREN 
STELLA VON ROHDEN 
MILENA-MARIE ROHDE 
ARNE-NIKLAS VOLK

FOTOS: MALTE TAFFNER
POSTER: MILENA-MARIE ROHDE

Kunstverein Braunschweig
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Galerie KOAL Berlin
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Shoot The Lobster New York
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Painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture, installation, performance, and so on. Open to several stories, formats and styles the twenty four artists created a parkour similar to New York City itself. The ambition of the show, “Kennen Sie Turner?”, is to present the rich diversity of different artistic ways and their confrontation into a room of 25 to 10 feet with one window at the entrance. As an act of sensation, expression and thought, you will walk around in many corners, connected to everything, you find spray paint on the wall and might hear sound. In subtle decisions the show refuses to let itself be confined to a single definition. In perpetual motion, without borders it captures the impulsive life that happens, in turn, participates into a symbiotic environment. Circumstances like architectural capabilities led to an unpredictable whole, in witch the individual sees itself from a changed perspective. The survey of the exhibition is strongly influenced by its base, where all artists where located together at the time. Every single work is evaporated towards the front window. And what it adds is a new ability to grasp things, with the view through the window from the street, the perception appears as one reflection out of many layers. The further you step into the display the aspect expands from print to screening through a frame of intermediate looseness across to an approachable setting of single positions.

In the show “Kennen Sie Turner?” at Shoot the Lobster Gallery in Lower Manhattan, the Fine Art class of Frances Scholz researched the connection between collaboration and separate artistic positions. “Turner” as a mark has been an influence for breaking traditions and creating a final tenor by dissolving the distance of artworks and artists in the space.

Besides the show embodies a period of time the artists spent in New York as well as the cooperation of their studies in Germany. Including visits of artists in their studio spaces, curators at their institutions and embracing New York ́s day and night life. During this emphasising experience in the city as a group and alone, the set up transformed into a recomposition of the withdrawal in independence, and thus multiply the forms of life and its collaborative open process in art. The show does not cease to reinvent itself and what surrounds it, too. It is this energy in the Shoot the Lobster Gallery that “Kennen Sie Turner?” would like to share

with the public during live performances, sound, screening and more situations. 

Exhibition during a trip to New York at the gallery Shoot The Lobster: http://www.shootthelobster.com/stl-ny Fotos: Malte Taffner




HBK
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Blumenstr. 39 / Gebäude 40 / Raum 110
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Text by Anna Bauer / Translation by Xaert Pretorius

What is it that brings together a group show if there is no common concern?Restrained emptiness, transparency and monochrome simplicity for one thing. A loud, garish presence, density and directness for another.

The all-integrating spatial feature may strike the eye only on second glance: Thin copper pipes partly serve as supports or mounting, occasionally though, a functionless addition of piping may be found next to an art object. They provide the searching eye with recognizable anchor points throughout the space, as well as a continuous structure. 

Another connecting element is formed by various painterly traces on parts of the wall between the art works. They are remnants of a performance piece, where the previously instructed performers had carried out numerous activities that were partly directed at a recognizable outcome and that partly seemed simply to be an end in itself. Is it then about a collaborative procedure for producing paintings on walls and objects or is it about a timed choreography of which only its residue is to be seen?
 
Similarly undecided, an appropriated poem serves as exhibition title. It was passed along and anonymously modified by all the participants, so that in the end all the individual contributions have become indecipherable.
 
Substantially, the textual fragment that has resulted out of this process signifies everything and nothing at the same time. It can therefore be read as a performative answer to the questions of a singular or collective authorship, of set structures or arbitrariness within a group dynamic, of discrepancy or unity within a group show. That is, if there is no common concern.
 
With works by Raphael Aumann, Tilman Berrer, Judith Crasser, Christopher Gerberding, Jan Gerngroß, Mia Gilbert, Kolja Gollub, Alicia Haas, Hannah Hofferberth, Tarik Kentouche, Sascha Kregel, Daniel Kuge, Lorenz Liebig, Elisabeth Lieder, Xaert Pretorius, Stella von Rohden, David Jonas Schoeneberg, Malte Taffner, Till Terschüren und George Wills.


Fotos: Malte Taffner

 

Klasse Frances Scholz, Blumenstrasse, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Klasse Frances Scholz, Blumenstrasse, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Klasse Frances Scholz, Blumenstrasse, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Klasse Frances Scholz, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Openeing: Di, 10/07/2012: 19°°
Live: Max Boss

HBK Braunschweig
Blumenstraße 36
Geb. 40/ Raum 110

11/07-14/07/2012: 10°°- 20°°
15/07/2012: 12°°- 18°°
Galerie der Hochschule, HBK Braunschweig
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Klasse Frances Scholz, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Temporary Gallery, Mauritiuswall 35, 50676 Köln
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Vernissage: Fr, 20.05.2011, 19 h
Performance: Pathetic Sympathy Seekers "What will and what won’t disappear”
Fortsetzung: Boutique, Ebertplatzpassage, 22 h
Live: Ronny / Cyan Kid / Velveteen (DJ)

Öffnungszeiten: Di-Fr: 12-18, Sa: 12-16 h

Klasse Frances Scholz, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Kateryna Borysova, Sebastian Brockmeyer, Esther Buttersack, Silvia Dello Joio,
Iwanna Dzyadyk‐Makovey, Britta Ebermann, David Gaupp‐Maier, Natalie Häusler, Gilta Jansen, Heejung Kang, Tobias Maring, Jugoslav Mitevski, Tomoko Nakamura, Per Mertens, Daniella Querol, Yannick Rudolph, Markus Saile, Sarah Steiner, Marcus Steinweg, Ruth Weigand, Marius Wilms, Frank Wunderlich 
Galerie der Hochschule, HBK Braunschweig
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Group exhibition // students class Frances Scholz
KunstRaum e.V., Bauernreihe 1, 21706 Drochtersen-Hüll
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 Zur Ausstellung erscheint eine Publikation. 

Eröffnung 16.09., 19.30 Uhr.

www.kunstraum-huell.de
Klasse Frances Scholz, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Klasse Frances Scholz, Geb. 40, Raum 110
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Mi 18 - 22 h
Do - Sa 10 - 20 h
So 12 - 17 h