Pophits & Alptraum

6. Ausstellung: 8. November - 31.Dezember 2013, Eröfnnung: 8. Nov. 19 Uhr

Begrüßung: Anja Czioska, Kuratorin
Leitung ArtSpace RheinMain, ACAC-gallery
Einführung in die Ausstellungen:
Alptraum: Marcus Sendlinger
(Künstler, Alumni HfG Offenbach, Berlin)
PopHits : Manfred Peckl
(Künstler, Alumni Städelschule, Berlin)

Künstlerbands: u.a. „Verteiler“: Stehn Raupach, Frank Wiehe, Stefanie Köstling, u.a.

 

2 Wandernde Gruppenausstellungen machen Station im ArtSpace RheinMain.

POPHITS ist eine von Manfred Peckl (Alumni Städelschule), konzipierte Ausstellung für die er Künstler aufgefordert hat, Platten-Cover zu bearbeiten.

Thomas Kilpper, Thomas Draschan, Florian Heinke, Phillip Zaiser, Christian Hoischen, Jaro Straub, Philip Topolovac, Heiner Franzen, Enda o ́Donoghue, Sandra Meisel, Rainer Neumeier, Eike von Vacano, Olivia Berckemeyer, Thomas Nolden, Sylvie Hohlbaum, Shila Khatami, Marcus Sendlinger, n.a. Wolf, Anselm Reyle, Peter Kropp, Thilo Heinzmann, Anke Völk, Stefan Bressel, Zylvia Auerbach, Andreas Exner, Martin G. Schmid, Anja Garg, Michael Kalki, Maeghan Reid, Kunstverein Heppenheim, Stefan Pfeiffer, Rene Luckhard, Henry Vincent, Cora Plantoni, Johannes Lotz, Sven Drühl, Peter Thol, Thomas Janitzky, Aug Dirkson, Renate Wolff, Daniel Man, Amalia Theodorakopoulos, Yvonne N. Günther, Markus Huemer, Antje Blumenstein, Benja Sachau, Miray Seramet, Christian Müller, Friedemann Hahn, Uli Hakel, Agathe Fleury, Peter Lovas, Robert Gfader, Nicola Stäglich, Kerstin Rogge, Seok Lee, Gregor Hildebrandt, Christine Molis, Paul Sakoilsky, Sebastian Hammwöhner, Stefanie von Schröter, Klaus von Gaffron, Martin Liebscher, Johannes Hüppi, Elena Muti, Jos Diegel, Römer x Römer, Brandstifter, Arno Auer, Robert Barta, Thomas Thiede, Wolfgang Kaiser, Nico Burger, Stefanie Ullmann, Matthias Jahn, Tim Bennett, Chick Morby, Martin Wöhrl, Hans Jörg Dobliar, Gertraud Böhm, Andreas Höhne, Ben Cottrell, Stefan Lenhart, Gudrun Drexler, Olga Wiedenhöft, Carla Brunetti, Eunah Hong, Lutz Krüger, Chelsea Larkin, Ralf Schmitt, Felix Weber, Sandra Mann, Kerstin Cmelka, Raaf van der Sman, Norbert Witzgall, Stefan Wieland, Geraldine Swayne, Rolf Pilarski, Kai Teichert, Ulrich Emmert, Ina Helen Otzko, Hans Petri, Frank Bubenzer, Patrick Baumüller, Michaela Zimmer, Anette Babl, Ann-Kristin Hamm, Matthias Vatter, Christina + Tina (goodheartboutique), Michael Uecke, Andrea Cagnazzo, Regine Müller-Waldeck, Frank Lippold, Pèter Köszeghy, Martin Feldbauer, Filip Zorzor, Florian Haller, Bettina Mechtersheimer, Boban Andjelkovic, Rut Masso, Patricia Kaiser, Alex Rath, Johannes Wende, Veit Kowald, Benedikt Gahl, Philipp Messner, Jette Rudolph, Robby Greif, Erika Krause, Christoph Lohmann, Marcel Ralle, Rosalie Eberle, Hedwig Eberle, Michael Biber, Annabelle Mehraein, Georg Schatz, Simone Lanzenstiel, Martin Krug, Markus Dicklhuber, Daniela Stöppel, Anna Haugwitz, K Palubicki, Leo Hurzelmeier, Agnieszka Szostek, Uwe Schinn, Gustav G. Erb, Dirk Stegmeyer, Elisa Vournasou, Anton Bosniak, Georg A. Hermann, Tilman Mueller–Stöfen, Lorenz Straßl, Kaori Nakajima, Michele Melillo, Laura Lenhart, Susanne Wagner, Heike Döscher, Alexandra Weigand, Muck Wagner, Anais Ullmann, Sandra Filic, Martin Hast, Marcus Lichtmannegger, Isabelle Kurz, Maciek Czapski, Felix Karolus, Gürsoy Dogtas, Julia Ziegelmaier, Matthias Lehrberger, Jenny Mues, Meike Waldmann, Doro Reiser, Saskia Espermüller, Anna Friedel, Anika Ising, Amir Fattal, Sybilla Weidinger, Manfred Peckl, Hans Weidinger, Andreas Schlaegel, Augusta Laar, Birgit Tatge, Nora Kapfer, Robin Thomas, Robert Crotla, Anna Rössner, Fumie Sasabuchi, Spomenko Skrbic, Christian Weiß, Irena Will, Thomas Zipp, Veronika Steinkohl, Peter Schubert, Ruth Luxendorfer, Eva Räder, Matthias Wohlgenannt, Tom Früchtl, Roman Lang, Rachid Mazouzz, Rene Zeh, Mariola Groener, Franzi Staudenauer, Undine Goldberg, Klaus Winichner, Stephanie Gerner, Stephan Halter, Robin Sendlinger, Adam Nankervis, Volker Stein, Marten Frerichs, Marc Bijl, Eva Maria Wilde, Liu An Ping, Haleh Redjaian, Nancy Michaelis, Bernhard Weber, Thomas Grabner, Auirin Bäumler, Elisa Baumgartner, Christoph Knäbich, Martin Neumaier, Iv Toshain, Bernhard Schreiner, Andreas Ubrig, Jessica Hodgkiss, Annegret Bleisteiner, Max Schulze, Max Frintrop, Sarah Kürten, Noko Ikonomeas, Philipp Rößle, Ewa Hauser, Jette Hampe, Maximilian Thiel, Joachim Pfaller, Markus Guttmann, Maryam Najd, Volker M. Stein, Joop van Liefland, Maik Schierloh, Zuzanna Skiba, Jan Muche, Harriet Groß, Kalle Laar, Johannes Buss, Ekaterina Mitichinka, u.v.a.

 


ALPTRAUM ist eine wandernde Gruppenausstellung, initiiert von Marcus Sendlinger (Alumni der HFG Offenbach), die seit 2010 schon an folgenden Orten zu sehen war:

1. Alptraum, The Transformer, project space. Washington D.C., United States of America, 11.12. 2010 - 15.1. 2011.
2. Alptraum, CELL project space, London, United Kingdom, 28.1 - 27.2 2011.
3. Alptraum, Projektraum Deutscher Künstlerbund, Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany, 11.3 - 15.4 2011.
4. Alptraum, The Company Gallery, Los Angeles, United States of America, 1.5 2011 - 30.5. 2011.
5. Alptraum, blank projects, Kapstadt (Cape Town), Republic of South Africa, 3.8 2011 - 27.8 2011.
6. Alptraum, Goethe Institute Johannesburg, City of Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa, 9.2. 2012 - 9.3. 2012. 
7. Alptraum, Green Papaya Art Projects, Metro Manila - Quezon City, Republic of the Philippines, 4.4. 2012 - 24.4. 2012
8. Alptraum, The Nightmare Never Ends, X project space, Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany, 13.10. 2012 - 20.10. 2012.

Station 9: artspace Rhein-Main, Organisation / Cooperation Alptraum FFM / OF: Alexandra Flieht & Deniz Alt 

Kontakt / Initiator: Marcus Sendlinger

Teilnehmende Künstler:
Pio Abad | Christian Achenbach | Sanell Aggenbach | Pablo Alonso | Deniz Alt | Axel Anklam | Nina Ansari | Salvatore Arancio | Alexandra Baumgartner | Matthias Beckmann | April Behnke | Marc Bijl | Zander Blom | Armin Boehm | Jan-Henri Booyens | Wim Botha | Lutz Braun | Reuben Breslar | Stuart Cairns | Ellen Cantor | Eric Decastro | Jessica Cebra | Il-Chin Atem Choi | Ben Cottrell | Keith Coventry | Ulrich Diezmann | Thomas Draschan | Jos Diegel | Sven Drühl | Peter Duka | Nils Ebert | Benjamin Edmiston | Elisophie Eulenburg | Heiner Franzen | Jonathan Garnham | Stephen Gibson | Andrew Gilbert | Georgina Gratrix | Adam Griffiths | Liza Grobler | Ian Grose | Florian Heinke | Trasi Henen | Lori Hersberger | Gregor Hildebrandt | Stefan Hirsig | Johannes Hueppi | Birgit Jensen | Lisa Junghanss | Isabel Kerkermeier | Clemens Krauss | Edgar Leciejewski| Moshekwa Langa | Xenia Lesniewski | Cedar Lewisohn | Joep van Liefland | Simone van de Loo | Catherine Lorent | Christoph von Löw | René Luckhardt | Jörg Mandernach | Sandra Mann | Nomthunzi Mashalaba | Mery Lynn McCorkle | Bill McRight | Sandra Meisel | Mohau Modisakeng | Virginie Mossé | Jan Muche | Elena Muti | Mario Neugebauer | Rainer Neumeier | Beatrix Opolka | Jurgen Ostarhild | Manfred Peckl | Mick Peter | Richard Priestley | Clunie Reid | Tanja Rochelmeyer | Anke Röhrscheid | Römer x Römer | Jenny Rosemeyer | Dennis Rudolph | Ruth Sacks | Jaco van Schalkwyk | Maik Schierloh | Andreas Schlaegel | Sebastiaan Schlicher | Bettina Scholz | Bonnie Brenda Scott | Bettina Sellmann | Marcus Sendlinger | Heidi Sill | Carole Silverstein | Kathryn Smith | Zach Storm | Linda Stupart | Caro Suerkemper | Alex Tennigkeit | Lisa Marie Thalhammer | Peter Thol | Klaus-Martin Treder | Tamzyn Varney | Rachel Waldron | Martin Westwood | Maik Wolf | Renate Wolff | Michael Wutz | Ed Young | Phillip Zaiser | Frank Michael Zeidler | Thomas Zipp

Conceived by artists Marcus Sendlinger, Berlin, and Jay Stuckey, Los Angeles, and co-curated by Richard Priestley, Milika Muritu, Jonathan Garnham, Maria Taniguchi, Nina Ansari, Anja Czioska, Deniz Alt and Alexandra Flieth, this exhibition invited the contributing artists to submit a work which has their direct hand in it, so physical contact and mark-making on the surface of the material is implied in a manner, within this context, akin to the skrier, an »automatic writer«, a pyromancer’s stirring of the hot embers, an ectoplasmic medium, the hand that re-creates the subconscious wanderings of its owner. This naturally excludes many types of process, but rather than excluding artists because their process prevents them from physical contact with their final piece, the artists invited to contribute have simply been asked to experiment within the pre-requisites of the theme. This offers them the opportunity to break the mould of their practice and try something slightly new, or indeed, old but discarded.
 
Like George Orwell with his Room 101 in his predictive tale 1984, we all have our own version of what constitutes a nightmare, and for this reason, the project has been opened to a large number of artists whose many and varied personal nightmare versions, or visions, act to reflect this hugely variable human state of fears and fobias, pain and panic.
 
Alptraum, the German word for nightmare, is an artist-led project. It is a model which utilizes global communication between localized artist hubs and clusters to form an international grouping with the intent of opening a dialogue about this subject across borders and cultures in order to delve into the stuff and mind-murk that is collectively shared or completely random and unrelated, or individual and specific within the syndrome of »The Nightmare«. Each artist draws on their own personal experience in order to visualize those anxieties, which take them beyond everyday dreams. Working within the remit of the ‘artist-curated project’, all of the works in Alptraum have been restricted in size and material in order to facilitate the low-cost postal transportation of the show from country to country. With each exhibition site taking responsibility to pass the show on to the next host, the number of works and artists may change or grow, and the approach to interpreting and hanging the show vary from space to space as the body of works meanders on from country to country, like a trans-global nimbostratus formation; Alptraum is the exhibition equivalent of Stephen Kings »The Fog«. An interpretation of the project by Richard Priestley.

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