Work

  • Radieschen, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 150 x 97 cm
    Radieschen, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 150 x 97 cm
  • Näher beim Mond, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 157 x 117 cm
    Näher beim Mond, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 157 x 117 cm
  • Im Universum, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 86 x 89 cm
    Im Universum, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 86 x 89 cm
  • Tired Activist Gets Energy Upload By Good Ghost, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 230 x 315 cm
    Tired Activist Gets Energy Upload By Good Ghost, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 230 x 315 cm
  • Doppelgesicht, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 76 x 60 cm
    Doppelgesicht, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 76 x 60 cm
  • Seepferdchens Alptraum - oder sexuelle Obsession (in deutsch), 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 180 x 129 cm
    Seepferdchens Alptraum - oder sexuelle Obsession (in deutsch), 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 180 x 129 cm
  • Flaschengeist, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 126 x 80 cm
    Flaschengeist, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 126 x 80 cm
  • Geister, 2020 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 172.5 x 128 cm
    Geister, 2020 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 172.5 x 128 cm
  • Tränen, 2019 • colored pencil  and oilpen on paper, 88 x 58 cm
    Tränen, 2019 • colored pencil and oilpen on paper, 88 x 58 cm

News

Being Safe is Scary

Being Safe is Scary takes its title from a site-specific piece created in 2017 at the Fridericianum Museum in Kassel, Germany, by artist Banu Cennetoğlu for documenta 14. By both repositioning original letters and adding newly cast copies, Cennetoğlu altered the name on the building’s facade so that it read ‘BEINGSAFEISSCARY’. The phrase comes from graffiti on a wall of the National Technical University of Athens, noticed by Cennetoğlu around the time of the signing of the EU-Turkey refugee deal in March 2016. Violating international law on refugee protection, the contract forced every irregular entrant to Greece to be handed over to Turkey, causing reception facilities and temporary camps on the Greek islands to be turned into detention centres.

Summer of Suspense

‘Summer of Suspense’ is an experiment – as most days, of late, have been – in alternative forms of getting together. 42 local artists slowly develop a show that accumulates over seven weeks. Three days a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday) two artists come to Kunsthalle Zürich to install, perform or present a work, with a toast at 6 p.m. for those who stop by. After seven weeks, all 42 works stay on view from the 12 July until the 30th of August, around which time a new season and sentiment might be afoot.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)