Toter Winkel
Schirin Kretschmann

22. June – 30 August 2018
Presstext (pdf)
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Review (German)

In her solo-exhibition “Toter Winkel” (“Dead Angle”), Schirin Kretschmann turns the perception of the empty exhibition space into physical experience. The conceptual and material transformations she realizes in her interventions put on the relations between the viewer, the work and the setting underneath permanent change.

In the gallery’s upper floor, the artist realizes a finely sieved pigment floor work of geometrical strength. Not every area might be visible equally well; by and by, dust, pollen and insects accumulate on its vulnerable surface – lots of things fluctuating unnoticed into the air by day and night and caught by the pigment like by a detector as a silent manifestation of the passing time.

At the project space:
Peter Tollens

18 May –  30 August 2018
A publication with a text by Stefan Kraus will
accompany the exhibition

Auszeit ca’n gras
Thursday, 19 July 2018, 7 p.m.
Artist’s talk between Steffen Missmahl and Peter Tollens, moderated by Wilko Austermann, art historian.

Parallel to the exhibition Venne we present artist’s books, photographs and other things by Peter Tollens and Steffen Missmahl, which were created on Majorca, Spain.

Venne and Auszeit ca’n gras are open until 30 August 2018, Wed – Fri 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., Sat 1 – 5 p.m. and by appointment