x|y|z: Spaceprojects 2017 for fine art und new media.

Besides the topic centered exhibitiont projects we invite artists for installations in the large exhibition room.

xyz: Spaceproject 2017, Ulli Klepalski - IF ONLY
Ulli Klepalski

Vernissage: 9th June 2017, 7 p.m. - Performance 8 p.m.
Exhibition: 10th-30th June 2017
opening hours: Tue, We, Fr 2-6 Thu 4-8 p.m.

Extension times:
4., 5., 6., 11., 12., 18., 19. as well 20.7.2017
opening hours: each 3-6 p.m.

Wrapping paper, comb cardboard, printed paper A4, oil on canvas, mixed media, insulation felt, wood, mixed colours and pencils, glue, scraps of paper ...

Ulli Klepalski calls her space intervention a project of desire, because the project deals with fantasies, desires, dreams and longings for paradise. Inherent connected with this longing is its failure, - the hard collision with the so called reality -, but also it spends new fuel for even more desire and the wish to escape in a more affectionate world, combined with the sweetness of addiction. Ulli Klepalski is inspired by a variety of literary resources. You may understand the work as well as a transposed quotation collage, diametrical voices have been driving Ulli Klepalski into her project IF ONLY.

The installation is accompanied by a looped soundtrack of Lou Reed´s song "How Do You Think It Feels", an excerpt from the second verse "If only I had a little ..._. And some papers lying on the floor show a 'poem' by Franz Kafka.

With a performance during the vernissage evening the artist will celebrate the opening of her space intervention.

xyz: Raumprojekt 2017, Ulli Klepalski - IF ONLY
xyz: Raumprojekt 2017, Ulli Klepalski - IF ONLY
xyz: Raumprojekt 2017, Ulli Klepalski - IF ONLY
Harald Köhneke

Exhibition: 10th-30th May 2017

A Stop. A place, where you wait for transportation, for bus, tram or train; a well known and well defined place is connected and filled with expectation of enforced hold.
Harald Köhneke adopt the shape of a typical bus stop; by installing it inside an art place he dispossess it of its meaning. Indoors the stop in its usual scale seams to be much taller, it divides the space into two halves. In the back of the construction you find a door to enter the stop-hemisphere behind. By a closer look, the building material turns out as silver coated square timbers and transparent foil. Details that have been kept holding up the familiar impression of a stop.

Another deformed 'stop' is placed at the public space in front of the G.A.S-station. You can stand and wait in this place under a little roof.

Waiting for what?

A sign at the back of the stop shows:
This Stop is
only for to a-wait

xyz: Raumprojekt 2017, Harald Köhneke, Haltestelle

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