Exhibitions and programs
Fellowship Art Coordination
Akademie Schloss Solitude
A CLOSER VIEW
January 16, 2012
Exhibition with video and sound works by Akademie Schloss Solitude fellows, part of Filmwinter Stuttgart
Curated and coordinated by Juliane Beck
If I take a closer look, do I see more, do I see less?
The artist’s decision to focus on something creates his artistic view. The exhibited works zoom in on visual and acoustic details of the selected situations. Sounds, texts, and images are moving, observing, and participating, without a broader context.
Works by Youki Hirakawa »Bleached Silence« (2011), Julia von Leliwa »On Season« (2008), Alexandra Leykauf »uit de bibliotheek van Wolfgang Frommel« (2009), Basir Mahmood »Lunda Bazaar« (2010), Ariane Pauls »Untitled« (2008), Sybille Neumeyer »Chronicles’11« (2011).
APPARENTLY I HAVE AN OBSESSION
March 17, 2012
Exhibition with interactive works by fellows of Akademie Schloss Solitude, part of Lange Nacht der Museen Stuttgart
An exhibition curated by its participants. The idea was to start with a structure that allowed a regular exchange of thoughts and ideas from the very beginning: everybody could take part in the process of developing the exhibition, and also decides about the way he or she wants to present works in the exhibition. All works tried to create a close relationship with the visitor.
With/works by Ursula Achternkamp, Juliane Beck, Sybille Neumeyer, Marianthi Papalexandri–Alexandri, Ariane Pauls, Apparatus 22 (Dragos Olea, Erika Olea, Maria Farcas), Thomas Pausz.
WERKSCHAU (MIT TON)
November 10, 2012
Exhibition, concert, readings with fellows of Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg and Akademie Schloss Solitude
Curated by Juliane Beck and Jörg Schumacher
Werkschau (mit Ton) combined experimental visual, sound and text based works: a video poem, readings, a video of a staged reading, a graphical wall installation and a sound performance. The evening offered a program starting with the concert and was followed by several readings. The exhibition could be viewed the entire evening.
Works by Vida Knežević and Marko Miletić (Kontekst Collective, Belgrad), Ildikó Noémi Nagy (Writer, Budapest), Junya Oikawa (Composer/Sound artist, Karlsruhe), Andrei Ruse (Writer, Bucarest) and Ana Sladetic (Visual Artist, Zagreb)