April 2012 – Dec 2013. In this exhibition series, every two months an installation artist was invited to build a work especially considered for the space on the upper floor of a gallery building. Concerning the matter that this room was also used as my private appartment, the works were set into a social context and gave the chance to discuss the idea of art and science in an intimate and non white-cubish atmosphere.
Artists: Julia Bünnagel, Susan Collis, Luka Fineisen & Yeondoo Jung, Andreas Gehlen, Clemens Botho Goldbach, Gereon Krebber, Ulrike Möschel, Christian Odzuck, Evangelos Papadopoulos.
Side events like lectures, performances and video screenings inspired to determine how and where art speaks and what influence it may take on the perception of the private sphere. These questions have been discussed with philosophers, critics, poets, physicians, the artists and all guests. The duration of each single exhibition was 4 weeks.
Full Frame Program
Su Jeong Shin-Golbach & Young Seo Kim „A Studio“, during the exhibition by Clemens Botho Goldbach.
Oliver Blumek with the Performance „Purre“, and
Frank Schablewski „Eischollen, Zweigställe, Zeitwände – ein Vortrag in Gedichten zur Installation.“, during the exhibition by Evangelos Papadopoulos.
Sculptress of Sound (Tamara Lorenz, Patricia Köllges & Julia Bünnagel) during the exhibition by Julia Bünnagel.
Les Éclairs „From Sand to Sound“ (Freya Hattenberger & Peter Simon), and
Prof. Dr. Claus Kiefer: Gravity and Quantum Physics, a lecture, both during the exhibition by Gereon Krebber.
Natalia Stürz Film Screening: „Aurora“ (2013),
Arne Schmitt: „Absage an die Wirtlichkeit“, lecture, and
Echo Ho, Concert with her Slow Quin, all during the exhibition by Christian Odzuck.
Taka Kagitomi, Performance,
Marie T. Martin „Der Winter dauerte vierundzwanzig Jahre“, reading,
Talk with Desislava Eick „KYOTO.KÖLN – Brücken nach Kyoto, Vortrag und Gespräch mit Martin Knipphals“, during the exhibition by Ulrike Möschel.
Thorsten Krämer „Das Leben der Mollusken“, reading,
Joe Elegant, concert,
Evamaria Schaller & Alice de Visscher, Performance, all during the exhibition of Andreas Gehlen.
Each artist could choose a film to present during the exhibition:
Clemens Botho Goldbach: Only Lovers Left Alive, UK/Germany 2013, 122 min., Reg.: Jim Jarmusch (Film was not shown)
Evangelos Papadopoulos: Medea, Italy 1969, 110 min., Reg.: Pier Paolo Pasolini
Susan Collis: The Straight Story, USA 1999, 108 min., Reg.: David Lynch
Luka Fineisen & Yeondoo Jung: spring, summer, fall, winter … and spring, South Korea 2003, 103 min., Reg.: Kim Ki-Duk
Julia Bünnagel: The 13th Floor, Germany/USA 1999, 101 min., Reg.: Josef Rusnak
Gereon Krebber: Dune, USA 1984, 137 min., Reg.: David Lynch
Christian Odzuck: Richard Strauss – Elektra, Germany 2005, 208 min., Conductor: Karl Böhm, Reg.: Götz Friedrich
Ulrike Möschel: Eureka, Japan 2000, 217 min., Reg.: Shinji Aoyama
Andreas Gelen: Playtime, Frace, Italien 1967, 155 min., Reg.: Jacques Tati
The project was supported by the city of Cologne and gained various sponsorship by: Kultursekretariat Wuppertal, Konrad Chorodinski programming, graphics by Julia Majewski affairen-gestaltung, Mühlenkölsch Beer, Veltins Beer, Lemonaid, Bauhaus Köln-Kalk, printer DeineStadtKlebt, and others.
More about the project and its side events at www.honigbrot.org and www.facebook.com/honigbrot.org.