Two half-moons take us to the place we all come from

“Two half-moons take us to the place we all come from” re-thinks how different communities would like to gather, communicate, work or relax in social spaces. The resulting usable sculptures respond to different architectures, needs and bodies. They will become part of Kunstverein Braunschweig’s infrastructure for events and the art education on the long-run. The project brings together the work results of a multi-part workshop series I led with the support of the artist Kathrin Hippen and groups from the IGS Franzsches Feld and the painting group of frauen Bunt e.V. It is part of the exhibition “there have to be many, and they do(n’t) need to be reconciled with one another” for which we also used natural ink drawings I made as for the posters.

Curated by Nele Kaczmarek.

Thank you: Kathrin Hippen, Dennis Graef & Franziska Rutz

 

  • Installation photo © Stefan Stark

  • The installation is dynamic and can be configured in many ways. Installation photo © Stefan Stark

  • Installation photo © Stefan Stark

  • For the communication of the exhibition we used my natural ink drawings of prehistoric figures from different countries.

  • Installation photos © Stefan Stark

  • Installation photo © Stefan Stark

  • Installation photos © Stefan Stark

  • Installation photos © Stefan Stark

  • Collective Face Recognition. Installation photo © Stefan Stark

  • Collective Face Recognition. photos: Franziska Rutz

  • workshop with frauen Bunt e.V photo: Franziska Rutz

  • workshop with IGS Franzsches Feld

  • workshop with frauen Bunt e.V photo: Franziska Rutz

  • workshop with frauen Bunt e.V

  • workshop with IGS Franzsches Feld

  • Holding hands. Installation photo © Stefan Stark