15 Nov 2019 – 11 Jan 2020
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21 Feb – 30 Mar 2019
Begehren, Fake und Täuschung
19 Jan – 23 Feb 2019
Fri 14 June 2019, 7 pm
Welcome: Prof. Martin Rennert, President of the UdK Berlin
Dr. Ralf F. Hartmann, Head of Kunstvereins Tiergarten
Introduction: Veronika Witte, Artistic Director of Galerie Nord
The President’s Prize of the UdK Berlin is awarded annually to three outstanding students of fine arts. The award winners present their work in an exhibition, which this year takes place in the Galerie Nord. The aim is to build a bridge between the educational institution and the art world.
Using simple models, Claudius Hausl explores mechanisms that open up spaces for action in the sense of a game and offer the possibility of connecting a large number of people interactively and thematically. He is interested in replacing the linear narrative and the passive consumption of art with an active playful experience.
The Game Over Society is an attempt to knit an analogue network. Are you part of a game? Then wear your necklace, it functions as a communication platform, dating app, random number generator, horoscope and so on, you design the possibilities.
ANALOG without DATA, without AKKU, without WEB, only with you and us.
In her cross-genre, collaborative and often site-specific practice, Magdalena Mitterhofer explores conditions of artistic collaboration, problems of translation and specific uses of language in business and private contexts.
In doing so, she playfully applies strategies of verbal and non-verbal communication, questioning the meaning of gestures and their social value attributions. Her works and critical thought processes manifest themselves predominantly in the form of performance, video installation and drawing.
In her artworks, Sandra Vater strives to decelerate the view of contemporary art. Instead of demystifying art, the work is given back its mystery.
The combination of conceptual art with classical sculpture plays a central role in her works. Conceptual thinking is combined with traditional working methods such as sculptural, plastic and moulding processes.
For example, the Organic Pattern series focuses on the theme of layering and growth. Using an experimental moulding technique, individual layers are created that are independent of each other. In doing so, the artist moves along the possibilities of the material plaster.
The formal language of her works is revealed in the interaction of figurative and abstract forms. Hard materials meet delicate structures. Her works are characterised by expansive volumes with elaborate details.
The exhibition takes place in cooperation with the Berlin University of the Arts.
With the kind support of the district funding of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe.