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Au 79 Scheiße & Gold

»Au 79 – Scheiße & Gold« Gold the chemical element with the element symbol Au and ordinal number 79 – only a few metals have played such an influential role in the history of mankind. As an element of sacred heightening, a guarantee of value, and an embellishing material, it has served people for centuries. Gold has always been imbued with a multi-layered spiritual context. The precious metal has engaged alchemists, launched explorers, decided the fate of civilizations, dominated the world economy, and fascinated artists for millennia. Ancient legends about the material have survived

Au 79 Scheiße & Gold

»Au 79 – Scheiße & Gold« Gold the chemical element with the element symbol Au and ordinal number 79 – only a few metals have played such an influential role in the history of mankind. As an element of sacred heightening, a guarantee of value, and an embellishing material, it has served people for centuries. Gold has always been imbued with a multi-layered spiritual context. The precious metal has engaged alchemists, launched explorers, decided the fate of civilizations, dominated the world economy, and fascinated artists for millennia. Ancient legends about the material have survived

AIR Kamonasu

»Still Life« 2. March – 5. March 2023 10:30 – 18:00 Kei Omotaka, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani 面高慧、広瀬菜々&永谷一馬 Artist-in-Residence Kamonasu Shimogyo-ward, Shimochofukuji-cho 276 BANKS KYOTO 2F 600-8375 Kyoto, Japan Artist-in-Residence 賀茂なす 〒600-8375 京都府京都市下京区下長福寺町276 BANKS KYOTO 2F

AIR Kamonasu

»Still Life« 2. March – 5. March 2023 10:30 – 18:00 Kei Omotaka, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani 面高慧、広瀬菜々&永谷一馬 Artist-in-Residence Kamonasu Shimogyo-ward, Shimochofukuji-cho 276 BANKS KYOTO 2F 600-8375 Kyoto, Japan Artist-in-Residence 賀茂なす 〒600-8375 京都府京都市下京区下長福寺町276 BANKS KYOTO 2F

Stasis Field 2020→2021

  »Still Life« 2021 910 × 123 × 90 cm porcelain Arranged on a long table in the center of the room are countless white objects of various sizes and familiar shapes, including vegetables, fruits, biscuits, lightbulbs, glass bottles and disposable cups. What all of them have in common are deformations that make them appear soft as they are oddly bent, warped or tilted. All of these objects were made one by one from a special kind of porcelain compound, using molds of the respective real thing. Porcelain is one of the most solid materials, yet it is at once also very shock sensitive and ther

Stasis Field 2020→2021

  »Still Life« 2021 910 × 123 × 90 cm porcelain Arranged on a long table in the center of the room are countless white objects of various sizes and familiar shapes, including vegetables, fruits, biscuits, lightbulbs, glass bottles and disposable cups. What all of them have in common are deformations that make them appear soft as they are oddly bent, warped or tilted. All of these objects were made one by one from a special kind of porcelain compound, using molds of the respective real thing. Porcelain is one of the most solid materials, yet it is at once also very shock sensitive and ther

»Jahresgaben 2022«

»Jahresgaben 2022« Kunstverein Leverkusen Stefan Steiner, Claudia Mann, Lars Breuer, Sundermann / Honowski, Sven Drühl, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Kunstverein Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich e.V. Gustav-Heinemann-Str. 80 51377 Leverkusen, Germany https://www.kunstverein-leverkusen.de  

»Jahresgaben 2022«

»Jahresgaben 2022« Kunstverein Leverkusen Stefan Steiner, Claudia Mann, Lars Breuer, Sundermann / Honowski, Sven Drühl, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Kunstverein Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich e.V. Gustav-Heinemann-Str. 80 51377 Leverkusen, Germany https://www.kunstverein-leverkusen.de  

Resonances of DiStances

  »Resonances of DiStances« 2021 Countless reflective letters are stuck on tiles one by one, and apples are scattered across the floor. It is difficult to read them all at once because each letter is large and there are no periods, commas, or spaces between letters, such as “WARUMTRAGENKATZENKEINESCHUHE?”, namely, why don’t cats wear shoes? These questions were collected from discussion forums or social media, where parents frequently post to seek advice on how to respond to their children’s curiosities. Unlike “Question Projections” (1981-2003) by Fischli & Weiss, where questions are

Resonances of DiStances

  »Resonances of DiStances« 2021 Countless reflective letters are stuck on tiles one by one, and apples are scattered across the floor. It is difficult to read them all at once because each letter is large and there are no periods, commas, or spaces between letters, such as “WARUMTRAGENKATZENKEINESCHUHE?”, namely, why don’t cats wear shoes? These questions were collected from discussion forums or social media, where parents frequently post to seek advice on how to respond to their children’s curiosities. Unlike “Question Projections” (1981-2003) by Fischli & Weiss, where questions are

Kunstverein Leverkusen

»Resonances of DiStances Vol.5« Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Opening: 2nd. December 2021, 17:00-21:00 Opening hours: 5th.-19th. December 2021 + 7th.-16th. January 2022 Fri. 13-17, Sat.+Son. 11-17 Kunstverein Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich e.V. Gustav-Heinemann-Str. 80 51377 Leverkusen, Germany https://www.kunstverein-leverkusen.de The exhibition is part of the project “Resonances of DiStances” and was created in cooperation with boa basedonart, Mariko Mikami and Kunstverein Leverkusen. Resonances of DiStances 23.04.21– 16.01.22 Artists: Yoshio Shirakawa, Hanae Utamura, Shigeko

Kunstverein Leverkusen

»Resonances of DiStances Vol.5« Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Opening: 2nd. December 2021, 17:00-21:00 Opening hours: 5th.-19th. December 2021 + 7th.-16th. January 2022 Fri. 13-17, Sat.+Son. 11-17 Kunstverein Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich e.V. Gustav-Heinemann-Str. 80 51377 Leverkusen, Germany https://www.kunstverein-leverkusen.de The exhibition is part of the project “Resonances of DiStances” and was created in cooperation with boa basedonart, Mariko Mikami and Kunstverein Leverkusen. Resonances of DiStances 23.04.21– 16.01.22 Artists: Yoshio Shirakawa, Hanae Utamura, Shigeko

NEUSTART KULTUR – Stipendienprogramm 2021

This website is supported by NEUSTART KULTUR – Stipendienprogramm 2021  

NEUSTART KULTUR – Stipendienprogramm 2021

This website is supported by NEUSTART KULTUR – Stipendienprogramm 2021  

Stasis Field 2020→2021

»Stasis Field 2020→2021« ACT (Artists Contemporary TOKAS) Vol. 3 20 February 2021 – 21 March 2021 TANAKA Shusuke, HIROSE Nana & NAGATANI Kazuma, WATANABE Go Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo 2-4-16 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-0033 Tokyo, Japan open 11:00 – 19:00 closed on 22 February, 1, 8 and 15 March 2020 free admission Tokyo Arts and Space    

Stasis Field 2020→2021

»Stasis Field 2020→2021« ACT (Artists Contemporary TOKAS) Vol. 3 20 February 2021 – 21 March 2021 TANAKA Shusuke, HIROSE Nana & NAGATANI Kazuma, WATANABE Go Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo 2-4-16 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, 113-0033 Tokyo, Japan open 11:00 – 19:00 closed on 22 February, 1, 8 and 15 March 2020 free admission Tokyo Arts and Space    

Classroom

»Classroom« 2018 2000 × 720× 360 cm metallised polyester film, school objects of former Karekimata branch school (window frame, glockenspiel, anemometer, bass drum, aluminum bucket, wood desk, bell, vase, pottery fragments, basketball, set square etc.) Walking up to the second floor of this former school building, visitors are welcomed by a scenery of various school equipment hanging from the ceiling. Etched on the floor in silver are the words from Nankichi Niimi’s “Buying Mittens”, a popular children’s book. Visitors walk through the installation space while following

Classroom

»Classroom« 2018 2000 × 720× 360 cm metallised polyester film, school objects of former Karekimata branch school (window frame, glockenspiel, anemometer, bass drum, aluminum bucket, wood desk, bell, vase, pottery fragments, basketball, set square etc.) Walking up to the second floor of this former school building, visitors are welcomed by a scenery of various school equipment hanging from the ceiling. Etched on the floor in silver are the words from Nankichi Niimi’s “Buying Mittens”, a popular children’s book. Visitors walk through the installation space while following

ARTISTS’ FAIR KYOTO 2020

ARTISTS’FAIR KYOTO 2020 29th February and 1st March 2020 11:00 – 18:00 Ayaka Nishihara /Azusa Ishihara /Daisuke Minami /Elena Tutatchikova /Fairfair /Fang Yuan /Fumiaki Akahane /Gaku Kurokawa /Hayaki Nishigaki /HIZGI /Jasmine Noda /KAC /Kai Maetani /Kao Tzu-ting /Kaori Kurosaki /Kenichi Ishiguro /Kenryou Gu /Kensuke Karasawa /Lintalow Hashiguchi /Liu Lijie /Manami Ito /Masashi Mihotani /Megumi Egawa /Midori Hirota /Mizuki Ashikawa /Momoka Aiso /Momoko Yoshida /Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani /Nanami Inoue /Naoki Shibata /Nobuhiro Hanaoka /Ryo Shiraki /Ryohei Oba /Saki Maeda /Saki Morii

ARTISTS’ FAIR KYOTO 2020

ARTISTS’FAIR KYOTO 2020 29th February and 1st March 2020 11:00 – 18:00 Ayaka Nishihara /Azusa Ishihara /Daisuke Minami /Elena Tutatchikova /Fairfair /Fang Yuan /Fumiaki Akahane /Gaku Kurokawa /Hayaki Nishigaki /HIZGI /Jasmine Noda /KAC /Kai Maetani /Kao Tzu-ting /Kaori Kurosaki /Kenichi Ishiguro /Kenryou Gu /Kensuke Karasawa /Lintalow Hashiguchi /Liu Lijie /Manami Ito /Masashi Mihotani /Megumi Egawa /Midori Hirota /Mizuki Ashikawa /Momoka Aiso /Momoko Yoshida /Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani /Nanami Inoue /Naoki Shibata /Nobuhiro Hanaoka /Ryo Shiraki /Ryohei Oba /Saki Maeda /Saki Morii

Stasis Field

»Stasis Field« 22 February 2020 – 22 March 2020 TANAKA Shusuke, HIROSE Nana & NAGATANI Kazuma, WATANABE Go Opening Talk: 22 Febrary 2020, 16:30 – 18:00 Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo 2-4-16 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan open 11:00 – 19:00 (last entry: 18:30) closed on 25 February, 2, 9 and 16 March 2020. free admission Tokyo Arts and Space    

Stasis Field

»Stasis Field« 22 February 2020 – 22 March 2020 TANAKA Shusuke, HIROSE Nana & NAGATANI Kazuma, WATANABE Go Opening Talk: 22 Febrary 2020, 16:30 – 18:00 Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo 2-4-16 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan open 11:00 – 19:00 (last entry: 18:30) closed on 25 February, 2, 9 and 16 March 2020. free admission Tokyo Arts and Space    

Shopping list

»Shopping List« 2014 50 cm × 70 cm × 3 cm Inkjet printing on baryta paper, distance frame Two or three fresh creams, Cheese, ham slices, and toilet paper. The shopping list which was found in the supermarket has been photographically documented and is now lying at the bottom of a frame. Exhibition: Resonances of DiStances, Kunstverein Leverkusen | DE 2021 Hochschultage University of the Arts | Bremen DE 2014 »Einkaufszettel« 2014 50 cm × 70 cm × 3 cm Inkjetdruck auf Barytpapier, Distanzrahmen Zwei oder dreimal Sahne, einmal Käse, eine Auflage, und einmal Toilettenpapier. Auf diesem Zettel ist

Shopping list

»Shopping List« 2014 50 cm × 70 cm × 3 cm Inkjet printing on baryta paper, distance frame Two or three fresh creams, Cheese, ham slices, and toilet paper. The shopping list which was found in the supermarket has been photographically documented and is now lying at the bottom of a frame. Exhibition: Resonances of DiStances, Kunstverein Leverkusen | DE 2021 Hochschultage University of the Arts | Bremen DE 2014 »Einkaufszettel« 2014 50 cm × 70 cm × 3 cm Inkjetdruck auf Barytpapier, Distanzrahmen Zwei oder dreimal Sahne, einmal Käse, eine Auflage, und einmal Toilettenpapier. Auf diesem Zettel ist

Künstlerhaus Göttingen

  »Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 8. August – 1. September 2019 Opening: 8. August 2019, 19:00   Solo Exhibition Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani   Künstlerhaus Göttingen im Lichtenberghaus Gotmarstr. 1 37073 Göttingen Germany Tue. – Fri. 16:00 – 18:00 Sat. & Sun. 11:00 – 16:00   supported by Pola Art Foundation Nomura Foundation    

Künstlerhaus Göttingen

  »Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 8. August – 1. September 2019 Opening: 8. August 2019, 19:00   Solo Exhibition Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani   Künstlerhaus Göttingen im Lichtenberghaus Gotmarstr. 1 37073 Göttingen Germany Tue. – Fri. 16:00 – 18:00 Sat. & Sun. 11:00 – 16:00   supported by Pola Art Foundation Nomura Foundation    

Why don’t cats wear shoes? Künstlerhaus Göttingen

»Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 2019 Installation dimensions variable 1130 × 720 × 390 cm Metallised polyester film, Apples Thousands of shimmering silver letters cover the floor on the installation “Why do not cats wear shoes?”. They reflect the light in the room and ask questions from children: “What does the wind do when it’s not blowing?”, “why is there war?”, “Can we be sure that the whole world is not just a dream?” Children have many questions, because for them much of the world is new, exciting and whimsical. But we adults do not alway

Why don’t cats wear shoes? Künstlerhaus Göttingen

»Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 2019 Installation dimensions variable 1130 × 720 × 390 cm Metallised polyester film, Apples Thousands of shimmering silver letters cover the floor on the installation “Why do not cats wear shoes?”. They reflect the light in the room and ask questions from children: “What does the wind do when it’s not blowing?”, “why is there war?”, “Can we be sure that the whole world is not just a dream?” Children have many questions, because for them much of the world is new, exciting and whimsical. But we adults do not alway

Cuxhavener Kunstverein

»Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 17. May – 9. June 2019 Opening: 17. May 2019, 19:00 Solo Exhibition Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Cuxhavener Kunstverein Segelckestraße 25 27472 Cuxhaven Germany Wed – Fri 16:00 – 18:00 Sat & Sun 11:00 – 13:00 supported by Stiftung Niedersachsen Pola Art Foundation Nomura Foundation EWE STIFTUNG Niedersächsische Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur Landschaftsverband der ehemaligen Herzogtümer Bremen und Verden    

Cuxhavener Kunstverein

»Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 17. May – 9. June 2019 Opening: 17. May 2019, 19:00 Solo Exhibition Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Cuxhavener Kunstverein Segelckestraße 25 27472 Cuxhaven Germany Wed – Fri 16:00 – 18:00 Sat & Sun 11:00 – 13:00 supported by Stiftung Niedersachsen Pola Art Foundation Nomura Foundation EWE STIFTUNG Niedersächsische Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur Landschaftsverband der ehemaligen Herzogtümer Bremen und Verden    

Out of the Ordinary

  »Out of the Ordinary« 13. September – 9. November 2019 Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani   Stipendiatenausstellung der pro arte ulmer kunststiftung Opening: 13. September, 19:00 Begrüßung: Erhard Gross Einführung: Dr. Raimund Kast   Galerie im Kornhauskeller Hafengasse 19 89073 Ulm Germany   Tue. – Fri. 14:00 – 18:00 Sat. 11:00 – 14:00   supported by Pola Art Foundation Nomura Foundation LBBW Stiftung    

Out of the Ordinary

  »Out of the Ordinary« 13. September – 9. November 2019 Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani   Stipendiatenausstellung der pro arte ulmer kunststiftung Opening: 13. September, 19:00 Begrüßung: Erhard Gross Einführung: Dr. Raimund Kast   Galerie im Kornhauskeller Hafengasse 19 89073 Ulm Germany   Tue. – Fri. 14:00 – 18:00 Sat. 11:00 – 14:00   supported by Pola Art Foundation Nomura Foundation LBBW Stiftung    

artists fair kyoto 2019

ARTISTS’FAIR KYOTO 2019 2nd and 3rd March 2019 10:00 – 18:00   Aiko Yuno, Aine Jo, Akane Saijo, Anri Yanase, Azusa Ishihara, Daiki Nishimura, Hana Sawada, Hana Tanigaki, Hayaki Nishigaki, Hikaru Nakamura, Hiroki Takano, Kanako Shintaku, Kazuhiko Hiwa, Keisuke Jimba, Kenichi Ishiguro, Kenryou Gu, Kohei Maeda, Kohei Nagao, Kotomi Atsuchi, Miho Iida, Mika Ieda, Mina Katsuki, Muku Kobayashi, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Nana Kuromiya, Naosuke Wada, Nonomi Miyahara, Ryo Shinagawa, Shinji Asai, Shinya Imanishi, Showhey Kato, Shohei Nishigami, Shota Yamauchi, Sunao Horikawa, Taishi Nishi

artists fair kyoto 2019

ARTISTS’FAIR KYOTO 2019 2nd and 3rd March 2019 10:00 – 18:00   Aiko Yuno, Aine Jo, Akane Saijo, Anri Yanase, Azusa Ishihara, Daiki Nishimura, Hana Sawada, Hana Tanigaki, Hayaki Nishigaki, Hikaru Nakamura, Hiroki Takano, Kanako Shintaku, Kazuhiko Hiwa, Keisuke Jimba, Kenichi Ishiguro, Kenryou Gu, Kohei Maeda, Kohei Nagao, Kotomi Atsuchi, Miho Iida, Mika Ieda, Mina Katsuki, Muku Kobayashi, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Nana Kuromiya, Naosuke Wada, Nonomi Miyahara, Ryo Shinagawa, Shinji Asai, Shinya Imanishi, Showhey Kato, Shohei Nishigami, Shota Yamauchi, Sunao Horikawa, Taishi Nishi

Echigo Tsumari Art Triennale 2018

  »Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2018« 29. July – 19. September 2018 Christian Boltanski, Santiago Sierra, Mounir Fatmi, Olga Kisseleva, Adel Abdessemed, Damián Ortega, Olaf Nicolai, Ahmet Ögüt, Barthélémy Toguo, Xu Bing, Lee Bul, Shimabuku, Leandro Erlich, Tobias Putrih, Arin Rungjang, Teppei Kaneuji, Nicolas Darrot, Katsuhiko Hibino, José de Guimarães, Yukihiro Taguchi, John Körmeling, Albert Yonathan Setyawan, Kingsley Ng, Haruyuki Uchida, Ohji Yoshino, Liu Lijie, Ryo Toyofuku, Michiko Nakatani, Gao Yu, Yoshiaki Kaihatsu, Yukihisa Isobe, Hiroshi Furugori, Kohei Takekoshi, Nana Hirose &#

Echigo Tsumari Art Triennale 2018

  »Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale 2018« 29. July – 19. September 2018 Christian Boltanski, Santiago Sierra, Mounir Fatmi, Olga Kisseleva, Adel Abdessemed, Damián Ortega, Olaf Nicolai, Ahmet Ögüt, Barthélémy Toguo, Xu Bing, Lee Bul, Shimabuku, Leandro Erlich, Tobias Putrih, Arin Rungjang, Teppei Kaneuji, Nicolas Darrot, Katsuhiko Hibino, José de Guimarães, Yukihiro Taguchi, John Körmeling, Albert Yonathan Setyawan, Kingsley Ng, Haruyuki Uchida, Ohji Yoshino, Liu Lijie, Ryo Toyofuku, Michiko Nakatani, Gao Yu, Yoshiaki Kaihatsu, Yukihisa Isobe, Hiroshi Furugori, Kohei Takekoshi, Nana Hirose &#

Why don’t cats wear shoes?

»Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 2019 Installation dimensions variable 910 × 700 × 350 cm Metallised polyester film, Apples Thousands of shimmering silver letters cover the floor on the installation “Why do not cats wear shoes?”. They reflect the light in the room and ask questions from children: “Why do not cats wear shoes?”, “What does the wind do when it’s not blowing?”, “why is there war?”, “Can we be sure that the whole world is not just a dream?” Children have many questions, because for them much of the world is new, exciting

Why don’t cats wear shoes?

»Why don’t cats wear shoes?« 2019 Installation dimensions variable 910 × 700 × 350 cm Metallised polyester film, Apples Thousands of shimmering silver letters cover the floor on the installation “Why do not cats wear shoes?”. They reflect the light in the room and ask questions from children: “Why do not cats wear shoes?”, “What does the wind do when it’s not blowing?”, “why is there war?”, “Can we be sure that the whole world is not just a dream?” Children have many questions, because for them much of the world is new, exciting

Another Place

»Another Place« 23. March – 23. June 2018 Opening: 23. March 2018, 19:00 Anna Bart, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani The Japan Foundation Japanisches Kulturinstitut Köln Universitätsstraße 98 50674 Cologne, Germany Mon – Fri 9:00 – 13:00 / 14:00 – 17:00 Sat 10:00 – 17:00 supported by The Japan Foundation Nomura Foundation    

Another Place

»Another Place« 23. March – 23. June 2018 Opening: 23. March 2018, 19:00 Anna Bart, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani The Japan Foundation Japanisches Kulturinstitut Köln Universitätsstraße 98 50674 Cologne, Germany Mon – Fri 9:00 – 13:00 / 14:00 – 17:00 Sat 10:00 – 17:00 supported by The Japan Foundation Nomura Foundation    

71. Internationale Bergische Kunstausstellung

71. Internationale Bergische Kunstausstellung Opening: 21. Sep. 2017 19:00 22.09. – 05.11.2017 Jiseong Boo, Ivan Geddert, Julia Gruner, Nana Hirose und Kazuma Nagatani, Bernhard Holaschke, Edmée Laurin, Anna Mirbach, Mena Moskopf, Donja Nasseri, Allan Rand, Morgaine Schäfer (71. Internationaler Bergischer Kunstpreis), Berit Schneidereit, Ulrike Schulze, Emil Walde, Noemi Weber Kunstmuseum Solingen Wuppertaler Str. 160 42653 Solingen, Germany www.kunstmuseum-solingen.de    

71. Internationale Bergische Kunstausstellung

71. Internationale Bergische Kunstausstellung Opening: 21. Sep. 2017 19:00 22.09. – 05.11.2017 Jiseong Boo, Ivan Geddert, Julia Gruner, Nana Hirose und Kazuma Nagatani, Bernhard Holaschke, Edmée Laurin, Anna Mirbach, Mena Moskopf, Donja Nasseri, Allan Rand, Morgaine Schäfer (71. Internationaler Bergischer Kunstpreis), Berit Schneidereit, Ulrike Schulze, Emil Walde, Noemi Weber Kunstmuseum Solingen Wuppertaler Str. 160 42653 Solingen, Germany www.kunstmuseum-solingen.de    

BKV

  »Life is beautiful« 10. September – 30. September 2017 Opening: 10. September 2017, 11:00 Artiststalk: Sat. 30. September 2017, 15:00 Brühler Kunstverein Alte Schlosserei des Marienhospitals Clemens-August-Str. 24 50321 Brühl, Germany Wed – Sun 15:00 – 17:00 supported by Nomura Foundation    

BKV

  »Life is beautiful« 10. September – 30. September 2017 Opening: 10. September 2017, 11:00 Artiststalk: Sat. 30. September 2017, 15:00 Brühler Kunstverein Alte Schlosserei des Marienhospitals Clemens-August-Str. 24 50321 Brühl, Germany Wed – Sun 15:00 – 17:00 supported by Nomura Foundation    

Tokyo Wonder Site Open Studio

»Tokyo Wonder Site Open Studio 2017-18« 21 July – 23 July 2017 11:00 – 17:00 ◇July 22(Sat.) 14:00-16:00 Artist Talk by Creators ◇July 23(Sun.) 14:00-16:00 Special Talk Khvay Samnang “The Body, The Space & The Strategy” Guest: Miku Kamimura (Collaborative Fellow, Institute of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies, Sophia University / Part-time Lecturer, J.F. Oberlin University) Admission Free / No reservation necessary / With Japanese – English interpreter Tokyo Wonder Site Residency Arts Kikukawa 1F, 2-14-7 Tatekawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0023, Japan Artists:Chum Chan

Tokyo Wonder Site Open Studio

»Tokyo Wonder Site Open Studio 2017-18« 21 July – 23 July 2017 11:00 – 17:00 ◇July 22(Sat.) 14:00-16:00 Artist Talk by Creators ◇July 23(Sun.) 14:00-16:00 Special Talk Khvay Samnang “The Body, The Space & The Strategy” Guest: Miku Kamimura (Collaborative Fellow, Institute of Asian, African, and Middle Eastern Studies, Sophia University / Part-time Lecturer, J.F. Oberlin University) Admission Free / No reservation necessary / With Japanese – English interpreter Tokyo Wonder Site Residency Arts Kikukawa 1F, 2-14-7 Tatekawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0023, Japan Artists:Chum Chan

STATIC SCOPE

»STATIC SCOPE« 9 June – 23 July 2017 Opening & Artiststalk: 11 June 2017, 16:30 Guest: Itaru Hirano (Chief Curator, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama) Yumi Watanabe, Julio M. Romero, Thomas Neumann, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani AKIBATAMABI21 6-11-14, 3331 Arts Chiyoda 201/202 101-0021 Tokyo, Japan 12:00 – 19:00 (Fri & Sat 12:00 – 20:00) Closed on Tuesday supported by Asahi Shimbun Foundation    

STATIC SCOPE

»STATIC SCOPE« 9 June – 23 July 2017 Opening & Artiststalk: 11 June 2017, 16:30 Guest: Itaru Hirano (Chief Curator, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama) Yumi Watanabe, Julio M. Romero, Thomas Neumann, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani AKIBATAMABI21 6-11-14, 3331 Arts Chiyoda 201/202 101-0021 Tokyo, Japan 12:00 – 19:00 (Fri & Sat 12:00 – 20:00) Closed on Tuesday supported by Asahi Shimbun Foundation    

Tokyo Wonder Site Residency

»Research Residency Program« May and June 2017 Tokyo Wonder Site Residency Arts Kikukawa 1F, 2-14-7 Tatekawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0023, Japan Creator Information(English) supported by Asahi Shimbun Foundation    

Tokyo Wonder Site Residency

»Research Residency Program« May and June 2017 Tokyo Wonder Site Residency Arts Kikukawa 1F, 2-14-7 Tatekawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0023, Japan Creator Information(English) supported by Asahi Shimbun Foundation    

johann-friedrich-danneil-museum

  »Still Life« 21 April – 11 June 2017 Opening: 21 April 2017, 17:00 Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Johann-Friedrich-Danneil-Museum An der Marienkirche 3 29410 Hansestadt Salzwedel, Germany Tue. – Sun. 13:00 – 17:00 Closed on Monday supported by Nomura Foundation    

johann-friedrich-danneil-museum

  »Still Life« 21 April – 11 June 2017 Opening: 21 April 2017, 17:00 Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Johann-Friedrich-Danneil-Museum An der Marienkirche 3 29410 Hansestadt Salzwedel, Germany Tue. – Sun. 13:00 – 17:00 Closed on Monday supported by Nomura Foundation    

A letter from Vienna

  »A letter from Vienna« Solo Exhibition 22 – 25 September 2016 Opening & Artisttalk: 22.09.2016 18:30 Open: 14:00 – 18:00 Künstler- und Stipendiatenhaus Salzwedel Kleine Predigerstr. 1 29410 Salzwedel, Germany supported by Nomura Foundation Contemporary Art Foundation Ministry of Education for the state of Saxony-Anhalt    

A letter from Vienna

  »A letter from Vienna« Solo Exhibition 22 – 25 September 2016 Opening & Artisttalk: 22.09.2016 18:30 Open: 14:00 – 18:00 Künstler- und Stipendiatenhaus Salzwedel Kleine Predigerstr. 1 29410 Salzwedel, Germany supported by Nomura Foundation Contemporary Art Foundation Ministry of Education for the state of Saxony-Anhalt    

Brezel

»Today is a good day« 2016 dimensions variable Pretzels In a room, an object like a garland which is made of pretzels is hung on the walls. A garland is usually a decorative necklace of flowers, leaves, paper or other materials, which is hung on festive occasions. The brown and slightly glossy pretzels that have been used here as material are everyday snacks, and they are actually very fragile. Each piece of pretzel combines with a subsequent piece and forms a large-scale installation with countless repetitions that is over 30 meters long. Exhibitions: Another Place, Japan Foundation Cologne |

Brezel

»Today is a good day« 2016 dimensions variable Pretzels In a room, an object like a garland which is made of pretzels is hung on the walls. A garland is usually a decorative necklace of flowers, leaves, paper or other materials, which is hung on festive occasions. The brown and slightly glossy pretzels that have been used here as material are everyday snacks, and they are actually very fragile. Each piece of pretzel combines with a subsequent piece and forms a large-scale installation with countless repetitions that is over 30 meters long. Exhibitions: Another Place, Japan Foundation Cologne |

Still Life

»Still Life« ongoing series since 2013 dimensions variable 810 × 100 × 90  cm porcelain Arranged on a long table in the center of the room are countless white objects of various sizes and familiar shapes, including vegetables, fruits, biscuits, lightbulbs, glass bottles and disposable cups. What all of them have in common are deformations that make them appear soft as they are oddly bent, warped or tilted. All of these objects were made one by one from a special kind of porcelain compound, using molds of the respective real thing. Porcelain is one of the most solid materials, yet it is at once

Still Life

»Still Life« ongoing series since 2013 dimensions variable 810 × 100 × 90  cm porcelain Arranged on a long table in the center of the room are countless white objects of various sizes and familiar shapes, including vegetables, fruits, biscuits, lightbulbs, glass bottles and disposable cups. What all of them have in common are deformations that make them appear soft as they are oddly bent, warped or tilted. All of these objects were made one by one from a special kind of porcelain compound, using molds of the respective real thing. Porcelain is one of the most solid materials, yet it is at once

365 Apartments

»365 Apartments« ongoing series since 2011 dimensions variable (photo) 80 × 380 × 160 cm product packaging, tickets, receipts, postcards, memos, etc. Each piece is an exact scaled-downed shape of the living space in which we live and has many different sizes. The piece size depends on the material size and the materials come from our personal life. For example, receipts, entry tickets, food packaging, postcards sent to us. From a material, a stencil of appropriate size was cut out, folded and built. The apartment is the place where we spend most of our time and thus live, go to sleep and get u

365 Apartments

»365 Apartments« ongoing series since 2011 dimensions variable (photo) 80 × 380 × 160 cm product packaging, tickets, receipts, postcards, memos, etc. Each piece is an exact scaled-downed shape of the living space in which we live and has many different sizes. The piece size depends on the material size and the materials come from our personal life. For example, receipts, entry tickets, food packaging, postcards sent to us. From a material, a stencil of appropriate size was cut out, folded and built. The apartment is the place where we spend most of our time and thus live, go to sleep and get u

Today is a good day

»Today is a good day« Artist-in-Residence / Solo Exhibition 10 May – 09 June 2016 Open: Tuesday-Friday 14:00-18:00 Closing party: Thu. 09 June 19:30 Frankfurter Kunstverein e.V. Lindenstrasse 4 15230 Frankfurt(Oder), Germany    

Today is a good day

»Today is a good day« Artist-in-Residence / Solo Exhibition 10 May – 09 June 2016 Open: Tuesday-Friday 14:00-18:00 Closing party: Thu. 09 June 19:30 Frankfurter Kunstverein e.V. Lindenstrasse 4 15230 Frankfurt(Oder), Germany    

Greenhouse

»Greenhouse« 2014 270 cm × 135 cm × 240 cm Spruce, PVC film, various plants, cans, planter, plastic cups, PET bottles, potting soil, etc. Various plants continue to grow in a greenhouse set up in the museum. Visitors can also enter the inside, which is modeled on the shape of the artist’s own home in Bremen. Exhibition: Of The Universe, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art | Bremen DE 2014 Curated by Ingo Clauss, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art »Greenhouse« 2014 270 cm × 135 cm × 240 cm Fichte, PVC-Folie, Diverse Pflanzen, Dosen, Pflanzentopf, Plastikbecher, PET- Flaschen, Pflanzenerde usw. In

Greenhouse

»Greenhouse« 2014 270 cm × 135 cm × 240 cm Spruce, PVC film, various plants, cans, planter, plastic cups, PET bottles, potting soil, etc. Various plants continue to grow in a greenhouse set up in the museum. Visitors can also enter the inside, which is modeled on the shape of the artist’s own home in Bremen. Exhibition: Of The Universe, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art | Bremen DE 2014 Curated by Ingo Clauss, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art »Greenhouse« 2014 270 cm × 135 cm × 240 cm Fichte, PVC-Folie, Diverse Pflanzen, Dosen, Pflanzentopf, Plastikbecher, PET- Flaschen, Pflanzenerde usw. In

Home as a birdhouse

»Home as a Birdhouse« 2014 140 × 67 × 67 cm Spruce, pine, fir A architectural object with natural wood. This is an accurate scaled-down house where we lived in Bremen. The stand and the exact floor plan suggests that it is about a space between the personal living are and the birdhouse where the birds might feed and nest. From the window, it’s possible to peek at the detailed reproduction of the floor plan and interior space of the room. Exhibitions: Another Place, Japan Foundation Cologne | North Rhine-Westphalia DE 2018 home, produzentengalerie plan.d. | Düsseldorf DE 2016 Art Weekend im Qua

Home as a birdhouse

»Home as a Birdhouse« 2014 140 × 67 × 67 cm Spruce, pine, fir A architectural object with natural wood. This is an accurate scaled-down house where we lived in Bremen. The stand and the exact floor plan suggests that it is about a space between the personal living are and the birdhouse where the birds might feed and nest. From the window, it’s possible to peek at the detailed reproduction of the floor plan and interior space of the room. Exhibitions: Another Place, Japan Foundation Cologne | North Rhine-Westphalia DE 2018 home, produzentengalerie plan.d. | Düsseldorf DE 2016 Art Weekend im Qua

Kartoffel

»Kartoffel« 2015-2023 dimensions variable (photo) 7 × 6 × 5.5 cm, 9 × 6 × 5 cm, 10 × 6 × 5 cm high polished bronze A potato that was molded from the original and then cast in bronze. After casting, its surface was honed and polished, until it shines like a mirror. The viewer and the space that surrounds them are reflected on its surface. Exhibitions: Au 79 Scheiße & Gold, boa-basedonart | Düsseldorf DE 2023 Contemporary Art Fair Game Changer, Hankyu Umeda | Osaka JP 2021 Stasis Field, TOKAS Hongo | Tokyo 2020 Artists Fair Kyoto, The Museum of Kyoto | JP 2020 Out of the Ordinary, Ulm Art Fo

Kartoffel

»Kartoffel« 2015-2023 dimensions variable (photo) 7 × 6 × 5.5 cm, 9 × 6 × 5 cm, 10 × 6 × 5 cm high polished bronze A potato that was molded from the original and then cast in bronze. After casting, its surface was honed and polished, until it shines like a mirror. The viewer and the space that surrounds them are reflected on its surface. Exhibitions: Au 79 Scheiße & Gold, boa-basedonart | Düsseldorf DE 2023 Contemporary Art Fair Game Changer, Hankyu Umeda | Osaka JP 2021 Stasis Field, TOKAS Hongo | Tokyo 2020 Artists Fair Kyoto, The Museum of Kyoto | JP 2020 Out of the Ordinary, Ulm Art Fo

ART WEEKEND

  »ART WEEKEND« Ausstellung der Interessengemeinschaft Bremer Galerien Opening: Saturday 19 September 2015, 18:00 – open end Open: Sunday 20 September 11:00 – 18:00 QUAI Hoerneckestraße. 7 28217 Bremen, Germany www.galerie-fuer-gegenwartskunst.de/    

ART WEEKEND

  »ART WEEKEND« Ausstellung der Interessengemeinschaft Bremer Galerien Opening: Saturday 19 September 2015, 18:00 – open end Open: Sunday 20 September 11:00 – 18:00 QUAI Hoerneckestraße. 7 28217 Bremen, Germany www.galerie-fuer-gegenwartskunst.de/    

Diele

  »home« 5 March – 27 March 2016 Opening: Sat. 5 March 20:00 Closing: Sun. 27 March 15:00 produzentengalerie plan.d. Dorotheenstr. 59 40235 Düsseldorf, Germany supported by Pola Art Foundation    

Diele

  »home« 5 March – 27 March 2016 Opening: Sat. 5 March 20:00 Closing: Sun. 27 March 15:00 produzentengalerie plan.d. Dorotheenstr. 59 40235 Düsseldorf, Germany supported by Pola Art Foundation    

Arts Challenge 2015

  »ARTS CHALLENGE 2015« 17 February – 1 March 2015 Ryo Fujii, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Junta Egawa, Junya Kataoka, Yasuhiro Chida, Rina Tanaka, Teppei Yamada, Masashi Nakamura, Toshiki Mikami, Yugo Isaji, Ai Hoshizaki, Kazuya Sakamoto, Ako Goto Aichi Arts Center 1-13-2 Higashisakura,Higashi-ku Nagoya-shi, 461-8525 Aichi, Japan Closed on Monday 23 February Open everyday 10:00 – 18:00 Friday 10:00 – 20:00 Last day: Sunday 1 March 10:00 – 16:00 http://www.aac.pref.aichi.jp/    

Arts Challenge 2015

  »ARTS CHALLENGE 2015« 17 February – 1 March 2015 Ryo Fujii, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Junta Egawa, Junya Kataoka, Yasuhiro Chida, Rina Tanaka, Teppei Yamada, Masashi Nakamura, Toshiki Mikami, Yugo Isaji, Ai Hoshizaki, Kazuya Sakamoto, Ako Goto Aichi Arts Center 1-13-2 Higashisakura,Higashi-ku Nagoya-shi, 461-8525 Aichi, Japan Closed on Monday 23 February Open everyday 10:00 – 18:00 Friday 10:00 – 20:00 Last day: Sunday 1 March 10:00 – 16:00 http://www.aac.pref.aichi.jp/    

Artist in Residence Völklingen

  »ARTIST IN RESIDENCE« erster Völklinger Kunstpreis December 2014 Völklingen Ironworks HBK Saar Dependance / Handwerkergasse Völklinger Hütte Rathaussrtaße 52 66333 Völklingen, Germany    

Artist in Residence Völklingen

  »ARTIST IN RESIDENCE« erster Völklinger Kunstpreis December 2014 Völklingen Ironworks HBK Saar Dependance / Handwerkergasse Völklinger Hütte Rathaussrtaße 52 66333 Völklingen, Germany    

Of the Universe

  »OF THE UNIVERSE« 28 June – 19 October 2014 Opening: 27 June 2014, 20:30 Barbara Dévény, Conor Gilligan / ST PAUL, Christiane Gruber, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Peggy Kahl, Yeon-Ji Kim, Fabian Klemm, Roshan Margraf, Hannah Regenberg, Tim Reinecke, Norman Sandler, Michael Schmid, Z.Schmidt und Tobias Venditti. Curator: Ingo Clauß Weserburg | Museum für moderne Kunst Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen, Germany Tue. – Sun. 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Thu. 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Closed on Monday http://www.weserburg.de/    

Of the Universe

  »OF THE UNIVERSE« 28 June – 19 October 2014 Opening: 27 June 2014, 20:30 Barbara Dévény, Conor Gilligan / ST PAUL, Christiane Gruber, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Peggy Kahl, Yeon-Ji Kim, Fabian Klemm, Roshan Margraf, Hannah Regenberg, Tim Reinecke, Norman Sandler, Michael Schmid, Z.Schmidt und Tobias Venditti. Curator: Ingo Clauß Weserburg | Museum für moderne Kunst Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen, Germany Tue. – Sun. 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Thu. 11:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Closed on Monday http://www.weserburg.de/    

KNOLLING

  »KNOLLING« 10 May – 21 June 2014 Opening: 09 May 2014, 20:00 Stephan Baumkötter / Fernando De Brito / Kornelia Hoffmann / Nana Hirose, Kazuma Nagatani / Ingeborg Lüscher / Heinrich Modersohn / Horst Müller / Sibylle Springer / Yuji Takeoka Galerie für Gegenwartskunst Barbara Claassen-Schmal Bleicherstrasse 55, 28203 Bremen, Germany Tue. – Fri. 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. Thu. 2:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. Sat. 12:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. http://www.galerie-fuer-gegenwartskunst.de/    

KNOLLING

  »KNOLLING« 10 May – 21 June 2014 Opening: 09 May 2014, 20:00 Stephan Baumkötter / Fernando De Brito / Kornelia Hoffmann / Nana Hirose, Kazuma Nagatani / Ingeborg Lüscher / Heinrich Modersohn / Horst Müller / Sibylle Springer / Yuji Takeoka Galerie für Gegenwartskunst Barbara Claassen-Schmal Bleicherstrasse 55, 28203 Bremen, Germany Tue. – Fri. 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. Thu. 2:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. Sat. 12:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. http://www.galerie-fuer-gegenwartskunst.de/    

Draw a city

»Draw a City« 2016 48 × 32.5 × 10 cm Magazine Exhibitions: home, produzentengalerie plan.d. | Düsseldorf DE 2016 »Draw a City« 2016 48 × 32.5 × 10 cm Zeitschrift Eine geöffnete Zeitschrift auf deren Seiten unzählige verschiedene Linien zu sehen sind. Die mehrschichtig aufeinander liegenden Linien kreuzen andere Linien. Das Netzmuster wurden Seite für Seite handgeschnitten und jedes Muster besteht aus einer Karte einer Stadt, in der wir leben. Die Post an der Ecke, das Blumengeschäft daneben, hinter der ersten Ampel liegen eine Bäckerei und ein Supermarkt. Dahinten liegt ein großer Park. Die Ge

Draw a city

»Draw a City« 2016 48 × 32.5 × 10 cm Magazine Exhibitions: home, produzentengalerie plan.d. | Düsseldorf DE 2016 »Draw a City« 2016 48 × 32.5 × 10 cm Zeitschrift Eine geöffnete Zeitschrift auf deren Seiten unzählige verschiedene Linien zu sehen sind. Die mehrschichtig aufeinander liegenden Linien kreuzen andere Linien. Das Netzmuster wurden Seite für Seite handgeschnitten und jedes Muster besteht aus einer Karte einer Stadt, in der wir leben. Die Post an der Ecke, das Blumengeschäft daneben, hinter der ersten Ampel liegen eine Bäckerei und ein Supermarkt. Dahinten liegt ein großer Park. Die Ge

Hochschultage 2014

  »Hochschultage 2014« 08 February – 09 February Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Hochschultage 2014

  »Hochschultage 2014« 08 February – 09 February Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

19 Positionen akutueller Kunst

  »19 Positionen akutueller Kunst« Ottersberger Förderpreis für bildende Kunst 2013 09 November – 24 November 2013 Opening: 09 November 18:00 Opening speech by Dr. Dorothee Hansen, Deputy Director of the Kunsthalle Bremen Norbert Bauer, Benjamin Beßlich, Samya Boutros Mikhail, Sebastian Dannenberg, Gregor Gaida, Christiane Gruber, Vincent Haynes, Tobias Heine, Christian Holtmann, Yumi Jung, Emese Kazar, Marnic Circus, Mario Müller, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Ralph-Joachim Petschat, Ina Raschke, Tim Reinecke, Barbara Rosengarth, Franziska von den Driesch Kunstverein Fischerf

19 Positionen akutueller Kunst

  »19 Positionen akutueller Kunst« Ottersberger Förderpreis für bildende Kunst 2013 09 November – 24 November 2013 Opening: 09 November 18:00 Opening speech by Dr. Dorothee Hansen, Deputy Director of the Kunsthalle Bremen Norbert Bauer, Benjamin Beßlich, Samya Boutros Mikhail, Sebastian Dannenberg, Gregor Gaida, Christiane Gruber, Vincent Haynes, Tobias Heine, Christian Holtmann, Yumi Jung, Emese Kazar, Marnic Circus, Mario Müller, Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani, Ralph-Joachim Petschat, Ina Raschke, Tim Reinecke, Barbara Rosengarth, Franziska von den Driesch Kunstverein Fischerf

Naspa Forderpreis

  »Naspa Forderpreis« 20 September 2013 – 26 January 2014 Opening: Friday, 20 September 2013, 19:00 Keramikmuseum Westerwald Höhr-Grenzhausen Germany    

Naspa Forderpreis

  »Naspa Forderpreis« 20 September 2013 – 26 January 2014 Opening: Friday, 20 September 2013, 19:00 Keramikmuseum Westerwald Höhr-Grenzhausen Germany    

Diplomausstellung

  »DIE DIPLOMAUSSTELLUNGEN DER FREIEN KUNST« CONNER GILLIGAN, CAROLIN KAMMER, NANA HIROSE & KAZUMA NAGATANI, NORMAN SANDLER, SEBASTIAN SCHNEIDER, Z. SCHMIDT, CHRISTIANE GRUBER, TOBIAS VENDITTI, MICHAEL SCHMID, SAMYA BOUTROS MIKHAIL, DANIEL PAIDA LARSEN “CAROLIN KAMMER, NANA HIROSE & KAZUMA NAGATANI, NORMAN SANDLER, SEBASTIAN SCHNEIDER” Opening: Thursday 4 July, 19:00 Open: Fri. 05.07. – Sun. 07.07. / 13:00 – 18:00 Galerie Hochschule der Künste Bremen Dechanatstraße 13 – 15 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Diplomausstellung

  »DIE DIPLOMAUSSTELLUNGEN DER FREIEN KUNST« CONNER GILLIGAN, CAROLIN KAMMER, NANA HIROSE & KAZUMA NAGATANI, NORMAN SANDLER, SEBASTIAN SCHNEIDER, Z. SCHMIDT, CHRISTIANE GRUBER, TOBIAS VENDITTI, MICHAEL SCHMID, SAMYA BOUTROS MIKHAIL, DANIEL PAIDA LARSEN “CAROLIN KAMMER, NANA HIROSE & KAZUMA NAGATANI, NORMAN SANDLER, SEBASTIAN SCHNEIDER” Opening: Thursday 4 July, 19:00 Open: Fri. 05.07. – Sun. 07.07. / 13:00 – 18:00 Galerie Hochschule der Künste Bremen Dechanatstraße 13 – 15 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Hochschultage 2013

  »Hochschultage 2013« 09 and 10 February Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Hochschultage 2013

  »Hochschultage 2013« 09 and 10 February Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Shizuoka x Bremen

  »Shizuoka x Bremen Art Project« 23 – 29 March 2012 Christian Bungies Felix Dreesen Keijiro Fujimoto Katrin Heydekamp Fabian Klemm Jule Körperich Oliver Krebeck Yuko Kakehi Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Miki Mochizuka Yukiko Nagakura Rosso Nagata Kazuhiko Nagi Norman Neumann Helena Otto Doris Weinberger Daniel Wrede Jeayeon Yoon Galerie der Hochschule für Künste Dechanatstr. 13-15 28195 Bremen Germany    

Shizuoka x Bremen

  »Shizuoka x Bremen Art Project« 23 – 29 March 2012 Christian Bungies Felix Dreesen Keijiro Fujimoto Katrin Heydekamp Fabian Klemm Jule Körperich Oliver Krebeck Yuko Kakehi Nana Hirose & Kazuma Nagatani Miki Mochizuka Yukiko Nagakura Rosso Nagata Kazuhiko Nagi Norman Neumann Helena Otto Doris Weinberger Daniel Wrede Jeayeon Yoon Galerie der Hochschule für Künste Dechanatstr. 13-15 28195 Bremen Germany    

einzelausstellungen

»Einzelausstellungen« 08 March – 25 March 2012 christian bungies felix dreesen keijiro fujimoto katrin heydekamp caro kammler fabian klemm jule körperich oliver krebeck nana hirose & kazuma nagatani norman neumann helena otto natalie wild daniel wrede Schillerstrasse 6 28195 Bremen Germany Opening: 08 March 2012 19:00 Speeches by Dr. Arie Hartog, Director of Museum Gerhard-Marks-Haus Bremen Dr. Yvette Deseyve, Curator Gerhard-Marks-Haus Bremen    

einzelausstellungen

»Einzelausstellungen« 08 March – 25 March 2012 christian bungies felix dreesen keijiro fujimoto katrin heydekamp caro kammler fabian klemm jule körperich oliver krebeck nana hirose & kazuma nagatani norman neumann helena otto natalie wild daniel wrede Schillerstrasse 6 28195 Bremen Germany Opening: 08 March 2012 19:00 Speeches by Dr. Arie Hartog, Director of Museum Gerhard-Marks-Haus Bremen Dr. Yvette Deseyve, Curator Gerhard-Marks-Haus Bremen    

Hochschultage 2012

  »Hochschultage 2012« IN BETWEEN 11 – 12 February 2012 Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/ http://hochschultage2012.hfk-bremen.de/    

Hochschultage 2012

  »Hochschultage 2012« IN BETWEEN 11 – 12 February 2012 Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen http://www.hfk-bremen.de/ http://hochschultage2012.hfk-bremen.de/    

Deskwork / 2012

»Deskwork« 2012 Dimensions variable thumbtacks, paper clip, rubber rings, binder, eraser, pencil, ruler, set square, folder, map pins, pencil sharpeners, staple, sponge damper pad, magnets, blue paper, glue stick, etc. The exhibition took place in a former office building of the Bremen finance department, where the traces of the former office life are still clearly visible. One room exhibited several objects which were made out of office supplies. Exhibition: Former office building of the finance department Bremen, 2012 Curated by Dr. Yvette Deseyve, Gerhard-Marcks-House Museum | Bremen DE »De

Deskwork / 2012

»Deskwork« 2012 Dimensions variable thumbtacks, paper clip, rubber rings, binder, eraser, pencil, ruler, set square, folder, map pins, pencil sharpeners, staple, sponge damper pad, magnets, blue paper, glue stick, etc. The exhibition took place in a former office building of the Bremen finance department, where the traces of the former office life are still clearly visible. One room exhibited several objects which were made out of office supplies. Exhibition: Former office building of the finance department Bremen, 2012 Curated by Dr. Yvette Deseyve, Gerhard-Marcks-House Museum | Bremen DE »De

165 yellows / 2013

»165 yellows« 2013 45 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm Cardboard, cans, food packaging, DHL carton box, sponge, magazines, hair rollers, folders, batteries, toy, candy, plastic bottle etc. Exhibition: First Völklinger Art Award | Saarbrücken DE 2013 »165 Gelbs« 2013 45 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm Pappen, Dosen, Lebensmittelverpackungen, DHL-Kartons, Schwamm, Zeitschriften, Haar- Rollen, Ordner, Batterien, Puppe, Süßigkeiten, Plastikflasche usw. Verschiedene Stücke gelber Alltagsgegenstände wurden gesammelt und zum Kubus zusammengesetzt. Es waren zum Schluss 165 an der Zahl. Die entstandene Gelbtöne spiegeln sich in

165 yellows / 2013

»165 yellows« 2013 45 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm Cardboard, cans, food packaging, DHL carton box, sponge, magazines, hair rollers, folders, batteries, toy, candy, plastic bottle etc. Exhibition: First Völklinger Art Award | Saarbrücken DE 2013 »165 Gelbs« 2013 45 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm Pappen, Dosen, Lebensmittelverpackungen, DHL-Kartons, Schwamm, Zeitschriften, Haar- Rollen, Ordner, Batterien, Puppe, Süßigkeiten, Plastikflasche usw. Verschiedene Stücke gelber Alltagsgegenstände wurden gesammelt und zum Kubus zusammengesetzt. Es waren zum Schluss 165 an der Zahl. Die entstandene Gelbtöne spiegeln sich in

Hochschultage 2011

  »Hochschultage 20XI« 05 – 06 February 2011 Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen, Germany http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Hochschultage 2011

  »Hochschultage 20XI« 05 – 06 February 2011 Hochschule für Künste Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen, Germany http://www.hfk-bremen.de/    

Landscape / 2009-2010

  »Landscape« 2009-2010 Direct exposure to B/W Baryt-Fotopaper 18.5 cm x 26.5 cm Photograph with a self-made pinhole camera which was made with several holes. The photographic paper was exposed directly in the camera and developed multiple images on a photo. The exposure lasted about 5 minutes. The view from the class, the studio, the view of the university building, and view of the way home. Exhibitions: Hochschultage, University of the Arts | Bremen DE 2010 Knolling, Galerie für Gegenwartskunst Barbara Claassen-Schmal | Bremen DE 2014 »Landschaft« 2009-2010 Direktbelichtung auf S/W Bary

Landscape / 2009-2010

  »Landscape« 2009-2010 Direct exposure to B/W Baryt-Fotopaper 18.5 cm x 26.5 cm Photograph with a self-made pinhole camera which was made with several holes. The photographic paper was exposed directly in the camera and developed multiple images on a photo. The exposure lasted about 5 minutes. The view from the class, the studio, the view of the university building, and view of the way home. Exhibitions: Hochschultage, University of the Arts | Bremen DE 2010 Knolling, Galerie für Gegenwartskunst Barbara Claassen-Schmal | Bremen DE 2014 »Landschaft« 2009-2010 Direktbelichtung auf S/W Bary

Hochschultage 2010

  »Hochschultage 2010« Record & Play 6 February – 7 February 2010 University of the Arts Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen, Germany Hochschultage 2010 „Record & Play“ University of the Arts Bremen    

Hochschultage 2010

  »Hochschultage 2010« Record & Play 6 February – 7 February 2010 University of the Arts Bremen Am Speicher XI 8 28217 Bremen, Germany Hochschultage 2010 „Record & Play“ University of the Arts Bremen