Facebook Artist of Residence 2020
I was invited to Facebook's Artist of Residence program in September 2020 . My job was to design an 18 m long wall in Facebook's new office in Hamburg. It was important to me that the wall to be designed has a colorful and positive charisma. I chose organic shapes with a lot of intertwined elements. They are supposed to replace the missing plants in this office and so give the employees a feeling of nature in the workplace.
Kunsthaus Hamburg RETURN CODES
Waltraut Kiessner, Susanne Kleiber, Jutta Konjer, Peter Krahé, Brigitte Kratschmayr, Sung-Yon Lee, Christiane Lüdtke, Jean-Claude Mondot, Dagmar Nettelmann Schuldt, Irmgard Nolte, Stefan Oppermann, Matthias Oppermann, Stefan Pertschi, Barbara Pier, Adriane Steckhan, Susanne Stellmach, Kerstin Stephan, Edith Sticker, Marianne Timander Korth, Jürgen Vallen, Ilka Vogler, Wolf Voss, Gabriele Walter, Anja Witt 3 Rooose Halina Bober, Karin Boine, Heidrun Bonnet, Annette Bülow, Doris Cordes-Vollert, Susanne Dettmann, Thorsten Dittrich, Maria Fisahn, Dorothea Fischer, Katrin Graalmann, Sigrid Gruber, Heilwig Jacob, Franklin Alexander Jagelowitz, Ralf Jurszo,
From 09 until 29 March 2014 is going to be present the important, international and contemporary collage artists in the gallery Feinkunst Krüger. The gallery shows the works from the artist and in addition you can see the book, of the same name The Age Of Collage, published by Gestalten Verlage
About This BookThe Age of Collage is a striking documentation of today’s continued appetite for destructive construction. Showcasing outstanding current artwork and artists, the book also takes an insightful behind-the-scenes look at those working with this interdisciplinary and cross-media approach. The collages featured in this book are influenced by illustration, painting, and photography and play with elements of abstraction, constructivism, surrealism, and dada. Referencing scientific images, pop culture, and erotica, they reflect humanity’s collective visual memory and context. Through confident cuts, brushstrokes, mouse clicks, or pasting, the work in The Age of Collage gives the impossible a tangible form. It expands the possibilities of the genre while turning our worldview on its head along the way.