Everyone owns perhaps a few works that are waiting in silence for their great moment, which may be here at our every year auction event: Artworks in the dark. Continue reading Artworks sitting in the dark
multiplicity is the resolution of a horizon.
if you compare it, it does not lose its initial form. if you want to compare it to a graduation of intensity, it can jump without losing its form. if you wanted some kind of resolve, it would only be absolutely real. Continue reading in response to [Draußen. Outside Dozens of my Fingerprints washed away] – by Delia Jürgens
“But the rock cried out I can’t hide you, the rock cried out I can’t hide you, the rock cried out I ain’t gonna hide you there” Video, 10Min., Music by Nina Simone “Sinnerman”, 2008, ©Sophia Domagala “Archeological evidence for early dance includes 9,000-year-old paintings in India at the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, … Continue reading We got to run to the rock – Sophia Domagala
I have been collecting clips of people singing about not knowing. Now I set them to a video and edited the video in an amateur style. Continue reading feeling not knowing – Adam Kinner
Travelreport Drawings and Photos by Fidschi Fischer and Maximilian Kirmse feat. Isslam Skater All drawings and Photos were made in 2013. Continue reading Fidschis and Maxis trip to Morocco
drawing-top part 1 it can be changed every second. it can be a pattern or a sign. it can be meaningful while being worn or just cute. i sewed a blouse and added an application of sequins. the sequins have two sides with different colors. you can draw with the sequins by turning them. … Continue reading drawing-top part 1 – Sina Manthey
Seaweed tangled in our home from home / Reminds me of your rocky bottom / Please don’t wait for the paperweight / Err on the good side / Touch us when we collapse / Into the water we’ll go head over heel / We’ll not grow fat / Inside the mammary gland Seaweed tangled in our home from home / Reminds me of your rocky bottom / Please don’t wait for the … Continue reading “Err on the good side” – Vanessa Dziuba