Such places do not exist and , because they do not exist,
space is turned in to a question,
ceases to be a certainty, ceases to be integrated
and ceases to be appropriated.
Space is doubt: I have constantly to mark it, to
define it. It’s never mine, never given to me,
I have to conquer it.
The exhibition In and Out – spatial correspondences- is primarily presenting photographic positions dealing with the question of the factual and the actual.
To what extent can a photograph embody characteristics of sculpture or painting?When does the photograph become the medium for painterly or sculptural strategies and vice versa? This theme is illuminated from different angles by using some real objects and sculptures which are placed between surface and space .
Philipp Dorl ,Slit-back
Stone 2. 2015
Darren Harvey -Regan,
The Erratics 10
Do you think it will be like this forever, 2016
Suchness/Sosein: contemporary painting and materiality brings together the work of a number of London-based artists in dialogue with artists from Germany and elsewhere whose work explores both the limits and intrinsic materiality of paint, whether through line, gesture or form.
Co-curated by Erin Lawlor and Martina Geccelli
With work by Andrew Bick, Katrina Blannin, Katrin Bremermann, Robert Holyhead, Erin Lawlor, Ingo Meller, Winfried Virnich, Wilma Vissers, Michael Voss.
Preview Thursday 16.04.2015 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm