MAUD CANISIUS, MIRIAM HAMEL & LENA TROST
INVITED BY HANNAH VAN GINKEL
The exhibition “tools for interaction” offers insights into the artistic research of Maud Canisius, Miriam Hamel and Lena Trost. An interest in knowledge, process-oriented, interactive and open-ended findings is what drives the projects of the three artists. The unique combination of bringing an artistic practice into the research process enables the sensorial-emotional to infuse the rational-objective.
Against the background of climate change, Maud Canisius is concerned with the relation between the Rhine as fluctuating entity and the perception of the Rhine-inhabitants. In doing so, she draws upon the legacy of walking artists to open up conversations directly in the Rhine-environment.
Miriam Hamel explores forms of sustainable communal living in the city of tomorrow. Starting from specific locations she transforms their potential with artistic strategies and thereby reveals new perspectives.
Lena Trost is concerned with how one can communicate personal perception of smelling. To open up the dialogue about this highly subjective and non-verbal experience, her work plays with the assumption that glass smells.
The exhibition shows questions, relics, artefacts, documentation, sound recordings and instructions that reveal insights into the processes of artistic research. In addition to limit the exhibition to processes of the past, the artists aim to stimulate new processes in the context of the exhibition.
14 AUGUST 2020 | 6 - 10 pm
14 - 23 AUGUST 2020
Friday | 4 - 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday | 2 - 7 pm
22 AUGUST 2020 | 6 pm
at Friedrichstraße, 204
Wednesday 23 September 2020 at 18:00h
at Glogauer Straße 16
Friday 18 September 2020 at 18:00h
at AUGUSTSTRASSE 69
Saturday 5 September 2020 at 14:00h
at Herzbergstraße 79
Saturday 14 November 2020 at 18:00h