ArtistPast Exhibitions / Vergangene Ausstellungen

Patterns of Work, Kunstverein Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz e.V., Dresden, Germany, April 9 – May 9, 2020

Patterns of Work
April 9 – May 9, 2020
Kunstverein Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz e.V., Dresden, Germany

Participating artists: Achilleas Gatsopoulos, Joe Lehmann, Yasen Kazandjiev, Ensieh Rezghuost, Emilie Mrazikova, Eshagh Aghaei Mansour Abad, Marja van Putten, Jan Oelker, Mira Turnšek, Emilie Goffin, Rumyana Teneva , Rodica Strugaru, Mariya Hoyin, Odorico, Denizhan Özer, Alexander Limarev, Wolodomyr Topiy, Marianna Glynska, Birger Jesch, Maya Deisadse, Luc Saalfeld, Yuri Mechitov, Jo Siamon Salich, Satomi Watanabe, Stef Fridael , Thomas Kellner, Andrea Pierus, Tilo Schwalbe/Andre Jordan, Detlef Schweiger, Bernhard Hinz, Lihie Talmor, Paul Dorn/St Pauli, Tom Glöß, Alekseey Manukyan, Sergey Mosienko, Lenka Krej?ová , Masahiro Kawanaka , Oleg Kostyuk, Inken Boje, Wim Vonk , Andreas Kittelmann, Sinaida Hippius, Emma Zunz, Werner Klompen, Janak Kouzel, Mikhaeil Parshikov, Holger Wendland, Arturas Viliauga, Marion Möcke, Markus Thieme, Achilleas Gatsopoulos, Joe Lehmann, Yasen Kazandjiev, Ensieh Rezghuost, Emilie Mrazikova, Eshagh Aghaei Mansour Abad, Marja van Putten, Jan Oelker, Mira Turnšek, Emilie Goffin, Rumyana Teneva , Rodica Strugaru, Mariya Hoyin, Odorico, Denizhan Özer, Alexander Limarev, Wolodomyr Topiy, Marianna Glynska, Birger Jesch, Maya Deisadse, Luc Saalfeld, Yuri Mechitov, Jo Siamon Salich, Satomi Watanabe, Stef Fridael , Thomas Kellner, Andrea Pierus, Tilo Schwalbe/Andre Jordan, Detlef Schweiger, Bernhard Hinz, Lihie Talmor, Paul Dorn/St Pauli, Tom Glöß, Alekseey Manukyan, Sergey Mosienko, Lenka Krej?ová , Masahiro Kawanaka , Oleg Kostyuk, Inken Boje, Wim Vonk , Andreas Kittelmann, Sinaida Hippius, Emma Zunz, Werner Klompen, Janak Kouzel, Mikhaeil Parshikov, Holger Wendland, Arturas Viliauga, Marion Möcke, Markus Thieme

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“Kellner’s technique is similar to Cortázar’s gíglico in that many —though not all— of the pieces in his composites are semantically opaque.” Fernando R. Castro, Thomas Kellner. Kontakte einer unendlichen Stadt, in: Thomas Kellner (Hg.), Mexiko. Thomas Kellner, Lüdenscheid, Berlin 2011

Patterns of Work

Work is part of everyday life in the global self-image. But what if an artistic look in search of individual patterns is devoted to this topic with a sense of irony, inspiration or philosophy? The result shows the current (virtual) exhibition in the old fire station. PATTERNS OF WORK builds on the last successful international poster project EXERCISES WITH STONES (2018) with nine exhibitions in four countries and 57 artists from 17 countries. The now third international poster project of the Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz Dresden gallery, curated by Holger Wendland, starts on April 9, 2020 with works by 50 artists from 22 countries and will again travel through different galleries worldwide every two years. Our partners from Japan “Local Ship” in Kyoto have agreed to participate again. Galleries and art spaces such as the Alte Bäckerei in Großhennersdorf, the ART FACTORY FLOX in Kirschau and locations in Weißwasser have registered an interest in an exhibition. Other exhibition spaces are in the sights of the organization.

The PATTERNS OF WORK project is accompanied by the sounds of the composition AGGRETnEUROPE - WoldWideWorknoise by Robert Zeißig, which was technically implemented together with Eric Heyde: Quiet nature recordings, the noise of a computer workstation, the bustle of a consulting center, the noise of a grinding machine - over 30 sound recordings by Work from all over the world is the basis of this composition. Inspired by the work of the Soviet filmmaker and field recording pioneer Dziga Vertov, these sounds now accompany virtual visitors into a wide variety of working environments.

Thank you to Holger Wendtland and Detlef Schweiger for curating and organising such an amazing exhibition in Dresden, East Germany

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