Work

  • Over and over_04, 2019  • mixed media on canvas, 170 x 140 x 4 cm
    Over and over_04, 2019 • mixed media on canvas, 170 x 140 x 4 cm
  • Gib mir mehr_06, 2019  • mixed media on canvas, 230 x 160 cm
    Gib mir mehr_06, 2019 • mixed media on canvas, 230 x 160 cm
  • collapse_03, 2018  • mixed media on canvas, 305 x 235 x 6 cm
    collapse_03, 2018 • mixed media on canvas, 305 x 235 x 6 cm
  • Lange Arme, kurze Beine, 2020  • installation view at Kunstmuseum Thun (CH)
    Lange Arme, kurze Beine, 2020 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Thun (CH)
  • Lange Arme, kurze Beine, 2020  • installation view at Kunstmuseum Thun (CH)
    Lange Arme, kurze Beine, 2020 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Thun (CH)
  • Artist_Proof_02, 2019/20  • installation view at Kunstmuseum Thun (CH)
    Artist_Proof_02, 2019/20 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Thun (CH)
  • Schnittmengen, 2019 • installation view at Bildungszentrum Uster (CH), Kunst am Bau
    Schnittmengen, 2019 • installation view at Bildungszentrum Uster (CH), Kunst am Bau
  • Schnittmengen, 2019 • installation view at Bildungszentrum Uster (CH), Kunst am Bau
    Schnittmengen, 2019 • installation view at Bildungszentrum Uster (CH), Kunst am Bau
  • Heavy file, 2019  • installation view at Kunstmuseum Winterthur (CH)
    Heavy file, 2019 • installation view at Kunstmuseum Winterthur (CH)
  • Unpainting, 2017 • installation view at the Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (AUS)
    Unpainting, 2017 • installation view at the Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia (AUS)
  • Fred Thieler Preis 2017 • installation view at Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (D)
    Fred Thieler Preis 2017 • installation view at Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (D)
  • gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
    gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
  • gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)
    gradually_real, 2014, • installation view at Sydney Biennale (AUS)

News

Material Transformation

The exhibition “Material Transformation” brings together seven different artistic positions with numerous new works. The artists explore an overarching theme that surveys technical and media-specific possibilities, namely, to understand printmaking as an open and discursive artistic medium. In doing so, it is important to us with the positions shown to include numerous artistic genres such as music, video, sculpture or architecture and to explore their mutual dialogue with printmaking. The show presents a series of new editions that explore the aspect of material transformation in terms of drawing, data, media, and painting, with the exhibition’s many unique pieces presenting themselves as a necessary condition of production.

Gallery Exhibitions

Group Show (Adieu Gessnerallee!)