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House of Nature

as part of 'Sie machen was sie wollen'

26 04 2019 — 09 06 2019
Eva L´Hoest, Under Automata, 2016, Single-channel Video, Full HD, 5'30House of Nature, installation view, Varna City Art Gallery, Bulgaria 2019Lilah Fowler, a. 4075. 2018. Wool, cotton. b. ASTER relief, North Rhine Westphalia coal mines, polystyrene, aluminium. c. 33.977, -116.678, 921m, 2016. Silk scarf. d. Blue Grama, Quemado, New Mexico. e. Glass electrodes, Missouri. f. Module 4. 2019. Neon lamp, braided cable, rubber, glass. g. Charcoal, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. ‘Charcoal Measure’ by Onya McCausland; oak from decommissioned ‘Place’ by Magdalena Jetelova.Lilah Fowler, a. 4075. 2018. Wool, cotton. b. ASTER relief, North Rhine Westphalia coal mines, polystyrene, aluminium. c. 33.977, -116.678, 921m, 2016. Silk scarf. d. Blue Grama, Quemado, New Mexico. e. Glass electrodes, Missouri. f. Module 4. 2019. Neon lamp, braided cable, rubber, glass. g. Charcoal, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. ‘Charcoal Measure’ by Onya McCausland; oak from decommissioned ‘Place’ by Magdalena Jetelova.Lilah Fowler, a. 4075. 2018. Wool, cotton. b. ASTER relief, North Rhine Westphalia coal mines, polystyrene, aluminium. c. 33.977, -116.678, 921m, 2016. Silk scarf. d. Blue Grama, Quemado, New Mexico. e. Glass electrodes, Missouri. f. Module 4. 2019. Neon lamp, braided cable, rubber, glass. g. Charcoal, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. ‘Charcoal Measure’ by Onya McCausland; oak from decommissioned ‘Place’ by Magdalena Jetelova.
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House of Nature
Lilah Fowler & Eva L’Hoest
as part of
‘Sie machen was sie wollen’, Varna City Art Gallery, Bulgaria

SIE MACHENWAS SIE WOLLEN is a groupshow organized by the artists Ruslan Daskalov and Lukas Schmenger. They invited four teams of curators to built a physical or imaginated house in the gallery space with artworks as occupants:

Room 1: The house of moonlight – built by Ruslan Daskalov; Cologne
with
Anders Clausen
Ruslan Daskalov
Sabrina Fritsch
Roshni Grunenberg
Thomas Grünfeld
Melissa Hopson
Vladimir Ivanov
Julian Kirchner
Tsvetan Krastev
Sarah Kürten
Gerhard Merz
Olga Pfeffer
Kiril Shivarov
Lukas Schmenger
Andreas Schulze
Philip Seibel
Vanko Urumov

Room 2: The house of nature – built by Mélange; Cologne
www.megamelange.de
with
Lilah Fowler
Eva L´Hoest

Room 3: The house of infinite joy – built by Institut fuer Bienenzucht; Berlin/Düsseldorf/London
www.institutfuerbienenzucht.tumblr.com
with
Hans Bellmer
Beth Collar
Stanislava Kovalcikova
Jiří Kovanda
Rune Mields
Max Ruf
Andreas Schmitten
Markus Selg

Room 4: The house of her – built by EXC; Berlin/Düsseldorf/New York
with EXC
www.e-x-c.de  

“…Vieles an Jaques Brunette existiert nur, weil es durch eine undurchsichtige Hand entworfen wurde. …, ein Organ, mit der er seine Leben erzählte, alleine, in seinem Kopf, für sich … So schuf er unzählige Dimensionen, in denen er gleichzeitig rückwärts reiste und vorwärts lebte, ein Haus, ein sich selbst bauendes und wieder abtragendes Gebäude, dass sich durch alle diese gleichzeitigen Leben streckte, nirgends begann, nirgends endete.”
(exerpt from a text by Dennis Freischlad written on the occasion of the show)

Ballon Rouge Collective

Philip Janssens - he who talks about the future is a funny guy

16 05 2019 — 16 06 2019

Philip Janssens’ ‘he who talks about the future is a funny guy’ is an exhibition about sensorial tom-foolery,false promises, and indomitable b​ad faith.​ Philip’s playful use of materials is intended to make us question the very thing in front of us. The space smells of a brand new car, tennis balls litter the floor and...

House of Nature

as part of 'Sie machen was sie wollen'

26 04 2019 — 09 06 2019
Eva L´Hoest, Under Automata, 2016, Single-channel Video, Full HD, 5'30House of Nature, installation view, Varna City Art Gallery, Bulgaria 2019Lilah Fowler, a. 4075. 2018. Wool, cotton. b. ASTER relief, North Rhine Westphalia coal mines, polystyrene, aluminium. c. 33.977, -116.678, 921m, 2016. Silk scarf. d. Blue Grama, Quemado, New Mexico. e. Glass electrodes, Missouri. f. Module 4. 2019. Neon lamp, braided cable, rubber, glass. g. Charcoal, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. ‘Charcoal Measure’ by Onya McCausland; oak from decommissioned ‘Place’ by Magdalena Jetelova.Lilah Fowler, a. 4075. 2018. Wool, cotton. b. ASTER relief, North Rhine Westphalia coal mines, polystyrene, aluminium. c. 33.977, -116.678, 921m, 2016. Silk scarf. d. Blue Grama, Quemado, New Mexico. e. Glass electrodes, Missouri. f. Module 4. 2019. Neon lamp, braided cable, rubber, glass. g. Charcoal, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. ‘Charcoal Measure’ by Onya McCausland; oak from decommissioned ‘Place’ by Magdalena Jetelova.Lilah Fowler, a. 4075. 2018. Wool, cotton. b. ASTER relief, North Rhine Westphalia coal mines, polystyrene, aluminium. c. 33.977, -116.678, 921m, 2016. Silk scarf. d. Blue Grama, Quemado, New Mexico. e. Glass electrodes, Missouri. f. Module 4. 2019. Neon lamp, braided cable, rubber, glass. g. Charcoal, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. ‘Charcoal Measure’ by Onya McCausland; oak from decommissioned ‘Place’ by Magdalena Jetelova.
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House of Nature Lilah Fowler & Eva L’Hoest as part of ‘Sie machen was sie wollen’, Varna City Art Gallery, Bulgaria SIE MACHENWAS SIE WOLLEN is a groupshow organized by the artists Ruslan Daskalov and Lukas Schmenger. They invited four teams of curators to built a physical or imaginated house in the gallery space with...

Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson

Hear The Lizards Listening

14 02 2019 — 30 03 2019
Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson: Owls, 2019, clay, acrylic paint, varnish, wire, steel, dimensions variable, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson: Owls, 2019, clay, acrylic paint, varnish, wire, steel, dimensions variable, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson: Owls, 2019, clay, acrylic paint, varnish, wire, steel, dimensions variable, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson: Owls, 2019, clay, acrylic paint, varnish, wire, steel, dimensions variable, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson, Installation view, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson, Installation view, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan & Maren Karlson, Installation view, MÉLANGE 2019Maren Karlson: She Rose, 2019, charcoal on wall, dimensions variable, MÉLANGE 2019Maren Karlson: Suddenly the path seems easier, and wider, and you realize you're at the center and there's nothing there but yourself, 2019, oil on wood panel, 24 x 18 cm, MÉLANGE 2019Claude Eigan: Inner Saboteur, 2019, wood, styrofoam, resin, plaster, spray paint, lacquer, 170 x 80 x 45 cm, MÉLANGE 2019Maren Karlson: Engel der Nacht, 2019, oil on wood panel, 18 x 24 cm, MÉLANGE 2019Maren Karlson: Let‘s see if I can be born again, 2018, pencil on canvas, 49 x 37,5 cm, MÉLANGE 2019Maren Karlson: Let‘s see if I can be born again, 2018, pencil on canvas, 49 x 37,5 cm, MÉLANGE 2019
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curated by Sarah Johanna Theurer The lizard basking in the sun is a well-known protagonist of philosophical thinking. What’s the relationship between the motionless lizard and the stone, the motionless stone on the ground and the human approaching it’s own reflection in the reptile’s eye? The animal’s suspended state of awareness, mind and body absorbed...