curator 2019: Julia Thiemann

The curator and author Julia Katharina Thiemann is particularly distinguished by her interest in forms of the dissolution of the boundaries of the arts and explores parameters of showing and perceiving contemporary art even in non-institutional places. She explores socially relevant questions with aesthetically virulent forms and often site-specific or context-related perspectives in a fruitful […]

0176 63624947 – simon pfeffel

curated by Julia Thiemann. Opening: 11.October 2019 at 7.30 p.m. Duration: 12. October – 3. November 2019 Opening hours: sundays from 2-5 p.m. Finissage: 3. November at 3.30 p.m. In his solo exhibition “0176 63624947”, Simon Pfeffel (*1985 in Nuremberg) presents a site-specific installation to be performatively activated by the exhibition visitors*, which he developed […]

Johanna Bruckner: BRITTLE STARS

23th of august – 15th of september 2019 BRITTLE STARS, the solo exhibition of the video and performance artist Johanna Bruckner (born in Vienna in 1984), deals with the social, political and socio-economic processes at play in digital networks and their exploitation on an emotional and financial level. Her dance-like sequence of movements reflects and […]

Emma Waltraud Howes: Scores for Daily Living

May 26–June 16, 2019, at Q18 The Canadian artist and dancer Emma Waltraud Howes is presenting her solo exhibition Scores for Daily Living at Q 18, which links internalized and externalized concepts in the form of movements in space with chalk drawings as notations on the floor. They resonate with inner narratives, life stories inscribed […]