No.78 Tbilisi – public space

“The idea was to work with local artists, but since nobody wanted to, I don’t know, nobody answered so we were kind of alone. That‘s us polishing. The smell of urine in that thing down there is . . .”

“This is the original and then we cleaned this on the top and then the day after the guy painted it again.”

“If you own a ruin and then somebody comes and says, »I want to clean it up, you’ve got a ruin.« Then he‘s ruining your ruin.”

No.76 Ana Almeida

19. 06. 2012

Starting from Marcel Proust’s concept of involuntary memory (a conception of human memory in which cues encountered in everyday life evoke recollections of the past without conscious effort), a memory would work both as a selective process and by adding information to the original event.

In Trinomial memory is understood as an adulteration process. A second memory would be a memory of a memory of the original event and so on. In this process the addition of noise and information is continuous and older memories tend to deviate radically from the past reality, creating new versions of truth. The same narrator presents three simultaneous narratives, three different memories of the same event, all of them true. Trinomial is composed by three autonomous videos installed in the same space; sound synchronized in the sentence

“I remember perfectly that day”.



No.74 Objekt, Bild / Irena Eden & Stijn Lernout

15. Mai 2012
Wenn wir Objekt denken, Raum oder Gebäude, Stadt oder Metropole, Landschaft oder Nation, so meinen wir keinen geschlossenen abgrenzbaren Raum. Kein Objekt, keine Menge in Abgrenzung zum umgebenden Raum. Vielmehr eine Verdichtung von Achsen, Ebenen, Perspektiven, Sichtweisen und Geschehnissen. Um dieser Gleichzeitigkeit und Gleichwertigkeit der sich ineinander verschachtelnden Ebenen und Koordinaten gerecht zu werden, begeben wir uns ebenso in Bewegung und verschieben unsere Perspektive indem wir performativ Ebenen verschieben. So wird ein Alltagsraum zur Fremde, Fremdes in Aneignung zu Bekanntem, so überlappen sich Zwischenräume und werden starre Strukturen dekonstruiert.

No.73 Antje Feger / Benjamin F. Stumpf

,Broken Symmetry’

Antje Feger
1977 born in Lüneburg, Germany, lives and works in Hamburg, Germany,
1997-2005 studies of Fine Arts, Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design and Anglistics, CAU, Kiel, Germany
2005-2006 Independent Study Program, Maumaus, Escola des Artes Visuais, Lisbon, Portugal

Benjamin Florian Stumpf
1976 born in Solingen, Germany, lives and works in Hamburg, Germany,
2002-2008 studies of Fine Arts, Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Kiel, Germany
2005-2006 Independent Study Program, Maumaus, Escola des Artes Visuais, Lisbon, Portugal

No.72 Claire de Foucauld

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03. April 2012

mixed media installation ,Honor Roll’, paper documents/video/jell-o

Claire de Foucauld
1986, born in France
2006-2012, Akademie der bildenden Künste, Wien
2005-2006, Lettres Modernes, Lyon

2011 Kabin Jeopolitik – with Eren Ileri – Save Your Date
The Mechanic – Hollabrunn
2010 Stop Horsing Around – Hilger BrotKunstHalle
De Futurs Adultes – Private Commission
Erwachsene – Seeding Art Auction


No.71 Johann Groebner

06. 03. 2012

…There is a pictorial slang somewhere between Gerhard Richter, Luc Tuymans but more like that of Asger Jorn.1 Like Jorn – who preferred to “treat theoretical matter as an expressionist material” – Groebner’s work falls into a “disfiguring” tradition rather than a purely postmodern pastichist one. As with Guy Debord and Jorn’s collaborative efforts in screen printed over-view maps of Paris, Groebner attempts to rejig the instrumentalism of mapping imagery and state control.2

Johann Groebner
Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
Bachelor of Fine Arts-studio major
The University of Toronto
Anthropology and Religious studies