Hans Peter Feldmann
The exhibition creates a radical, confrontational intimacy and a direct dialogue between artist and viewer. International artists present new works oriented toward the reception of one, single viewer in spaces that are specially designed for them.
Artists: Massimo Bartolini, Nina Beier, Joe Coleman, Trisha Donnelly, Geoffrey Farmer, Hans-Peter Feldmann, FORT, Günter K., Annika Kahrs, Robert Kusmirowski, Alicja Kwade, Renata Lucas, Yoko Ono, Blinky Palermo, Anri Sala, Jeremy Shaw, Tobias Zielony
One-on-one with the work, alone with the art—the exhibition ONE ON ONE creates a radical, confrontational intimacy and a direct dialogue between artist and viewer. International artists will present new works oriented toward the reception of one, single viewer in spaces that are specially designed for them. In contrast to gigantic museum architectures with large exhibition halls, visitors will move through separate, individual rooms: whether a space for action or contemplation, miniature museum, gallery, or non-place, whether performative, installative, or conceptual, abstract or representational, utopian or heterotopic—no limitations beyond the spatial are put on the artistic creation of individual microcosms.
Individual, closed spaces with diverging, artistic positions will populate the entire exhibition space of KW in order to create completely new, experimental forms of showing, exhibiting, and seeing.
With kind support of the Capital Cultural Fund, Berlin.
The exhibition is also generously supported by Dornbracht Culture Projects.
The particularly intimate exhibition situation of ONE ON ONE is the point of departure for the fourth Dornbracht Conversations. With a focus on the current topic “Public Intimacy”, the discourse series looks at social development tendencies and probes the loss or repositioning of privateness.
Dornbracht Conversations: “Public Intimacy”
Charlotte Klonk in conversation with Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Susanne Pfeffer, Jeremy Shaw et al.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012, 7.30 pm
The cultural programs of KW Institute for Contemporary Art are made possible with the support of the Governing Mayor of Berlin – Senate Chancellery – Cultural Affairs.
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Press Conference: Friday, November 16, 2012, 11 am
Opening: 17.11.2012, 12 – 10 pm
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststr. 69 Berlin
Opening hours: Tue – Sun 12 – 7 pm, Thur 12 – 9 pm
Admission: 6 Euro, concessions 4 Euro