CLING TIGHTLY, at the 1st Biennale Lindau
Intervention with ropes and flag fabrics, lindauer Löwe
1,8 x 3,20 x 5 m
1ST. BIENNALE LINDAU
until mid-September 2022
Anselma Murswiek, Association for the Palliative Turn, Bernd Josef Bartolome, Camill von Egloffstein, Dana Greiner,
Esther Zahel, Felix Rodewaldt & Thilan Stiller, Jaemin Lee, Julia Klemm, Karolin Schwab, Lea Grebe, Magdalena Waller,
Manuel Strauß, Maria Anwander, Martin Pfeifle, Olav Westphalen, Olga Golos, Patrick Ostrowsky, Peter Zahel,
Pfeifer & Kreutzer, Schirin Kretschmann, Tim Deussen, Toshihiko Mitsuya
curated by Sophie-Charlotte Bombeck
Danke für das großzügige Sponsoring:
AVISO – Künstlerin im Heft 01/22
international large-size terracotta symposium
Center for Fine and Applied Arts Terra
October 20 - November 06, 2022
Exhibition series “Re-collection”; a continuation of the previous series ‘Thinking Nature’,
organised by GIG Munich
„IDENTITÄT NICHT NACHGEWIESEN/ IDENTITY NOT PROVEN“
New Acquisitions for the Federal Art Collection at Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, Germany
May 7 – October 3, 2022
My sculpture Pose I is shown at Bundeskunsthalle, in the exhibition "Identity not proven".
The Bundeskunsthalle regularly presents exhibitions of works from the collection of the Federal Republic of Germany. The latest iteration
shows a selection of some 170 works that were purchased by the expert commission in the most recent five-year period (2017-2021) as
well as works that were acquired by an expanded commission with funds from NEUSTART KULTUR (2020-2021). The curatorial team
hopes that the mixture of the two sets of acquisitions will not only prove topical and relevant but also offer a representative cross-section of
contemporary art, including some very recent works.
The curatorial concept was developed in collaboration with a team of members of the acquisitions commissions. The title of the exhibition, a
quotation taken from one of the works, articulates the demands made on the works: diversity, tolerance and the critical analysis of individual
or collective identities are criteria that inform the selection. Moreover, the dialogue-based concept of the exhibition addresses themes such
as contemporary political and social relevance, postcolonial discourse, posthumanism, constructions of history, urbanity and aesthetics.
Later this year the exhibition will travel to NEUES MUSEUM Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design Nuremberg and Kunstsammlungen
Chemnitz, Museum Gunzenhauser.