Alexander Hacke (Berlin/NY)
Helga Griffiths (Darmstadt)
Thomas Lüer (Frankfurt/Main)
Danielle de Picciotto (Berlin/New York)
Robert Seidel (Berlin)
Caspar Stracke (Helsinki/Berlin)
Grazia Toderi (Milano/Torino)
EXHIBITION OPENING: 27 March, 2015, Friday 7 pm
- Greeting: Josef Mederer, President of the District County of Upper Bavaria
- Introduction: Leo Kuelbs, curator, New York / Berlin Free entry
meetingpoint+art: 14 April, 2015, Tuesday 5:30 pm
Guided tour through the exhibition with Alexandra M. Hoffmann - free entry
(in German language - English spoken tours can be booked for groups - fee by agreement)
KUNST#TAG 026 Science : 19 April, 2015, Sunday 3 pm
The Alienation of Experience in the Art of Images, presentation by Prof. Bernhard Waldenfels (University of Bielefeld) - in German language
KUNST#TAG 027 : 16 May, 2015, Saturday 3 pm
artists' talk and presentations - in German language
The entry to the exhibition and the accompanying programmes is free.
Transflexion is an unusual, multi-artist video and sound art show exploring humanity’s evolving and expanding notions of individuality. Taking the Buddhist idea of “Dependent Origination,” which states that all things arise in dependence upon multiple causes and conditions, as a starting point, Transflexion considers the dawning realization that consciousness has no borders and that we all exist, to some degree, within everyone else in the world, and possibly beyond.
Six artists working in video/time-based media will create the visual aspects of the show, while a singular soundtrack will loop independently. The combination of one sound track and several independ videos in Transflexion is exceptional in the multiplicity of exhibitions. The sound expands the single video works and vice versa each autonomous visual changes the perception of the sound. The inner structure of the show represents the idea.
After watching one piece the sound changes its nature in the observer. Afterwards the perception is different at the next art work. The interdependence of several visual works and one sound effectively create a show that is never the same.
The dynamic nature of the circuits of communication between multiple objects and infinite reflections - the stuff of the communal fabric itself—are another aspect illuminated by the “Net of Mirrors.” Mirroring implicates reflection in form and content. It can close connections between screens or devices, between spaces and ideas, between physical and virtual levels.
A co-operation with the Leo Kuelbs Collection
For more Information: Leo Kuelbs: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015, video, 16´00” (video still)
Helga Griffiths > born in Ehingen in 1959 > lives and works in Darmstadt > www.helgagriffiths.de
2014, sound” (Screen-shot of the session for Indra in digital audio workstation Pro Tools)
Alexander Hacke > born in Berlin > lives and works at different places in the USA and in Germany > www.hacke.org
2015, interactive video installation (simulation)
Thomas Lüer > born in Barth in 1971> lives and works in Frankfurt/Main > www.thomaslueer.de
2015, video (video still)
Danielle de Picciotto > born in Tacoma, Washington, USA > lives and works at different places in the USA and in Germany > www.danielledepicciotto.com
2014, video (Videostill)
Robert Seidel > born 1977 > lives in Berlin and Jena > www.robertseidel.com
2007, 3 channel video installation (video still)
Caspar Stracke > born in Darmstadt in 1967 > lives and works in Helsinki>www.videokasbah.net
2006, 2 channel video installation (View on the installation, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculptural Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington )
Courtesy of Agi Verona Collection
Grazia Toderi > born in Padua in 1963 > lives and works in Mailand and Turin > www.graziatoderi.com