Henbury
Kirstin Arndt

Vernissage
8 November 2018, 7 p.m.
Introduction Anne Schloen, freelance curator and author

Exhibition
9 November – 20 December 2018

In her first solo exhibition at Galerie Gisela Clement, Kirstin Arndt refers to the gallery architecture and interior room structures. The square that characterizes the shape of the two exhibition rooms constitutes her conceptual point of departure. Using square modules produced from various materials, the artist probes the relationship between material and formability. In doing so, the form-finding process is essentially determined by guided chance, gravity and the properties inherent to the material. Several of the works that have come about in this way display temporary and changeable forms, whereas others, in turn, are stable and lasting in terms of their form. Kirstin Arndt is not concerned with an aesthetics of form, but with conditions, the processual nature, and ongoing forming processes.
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At the project space

RHIZOM
Alexander Ernst Voigt

Opening
Friday, 30 November 2018, 7 p.m.
Introduction
Dr. Andrea Firmenich, Director Stiftung Nantesbuch
Exhibition
1 December 2018 – 19 January 2018