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(@_kidskunst_)

22 Hours Ago

Hier wurde das Bühnenbild für unser diesjähriges Musical gemalt. Mit viel gelber Farbe, in Anlehnung an Vincent van Gogh #bühnenbild #lunaland #malenauflaken #kunstraum #kunstunterricht #vincentvangogh

REPOST @kunstraumwaldhaus Foto @romanriegger ❤️ ***HEUTE geöffnet 😍*** Exhibition10 Impression Vernissage #aktuelle Ausstellung #janetmueller_artist #kunst2019 #kunstraum #kunstraumwaldhaus #kunstzürich #contemporaryart #installation #exhibition10 #10x10 #art #artist #artcollector . . . Kunstraum Waldhaus, Kurhausstrasse 20, 8032 Zürich Öffnungszeiten: Heute 16.6. / Fr.21.6./Sa.22.6./So.23.6. 14-18 Uhr

Habt ihr unsere Story gesehen? Wir leben unsere Kreativität auch bei #kindergeburtstagstorten aus 😍 egal welches Motto oder Thema nichts ist unmöglich! Braucht ihr auch kreative Unterstützung bei eurem nächsten #kindergeburtstag dann meldet euch bei uns von der individuellen Torte über ein komplettes Geburtstagstisch Paket machen wir gerne alles möglich was in unserer Macht seht um die kleinen Zwerge glücklich zu machen! Und das beste ihr entscheidet was ihr ausgeben wollt ab 35,- € geht’s los. Ihr sagt euren Preis wir euch was wir euch dafür anbieten können! 👍🏻 . Geburtstag feiern aber keinen Platz? Im Kunstraum könnt ihr auch feiern sprecht uns gerne an wir vermieten auch unsere Räumlichkeiten & bieten euch ein kreatives Angebot an Möglichkeiten für einen unvergesslichen Geburtstag 🎁 . . . . . #kunstraum #kenntnerskunstraum #geburtstagskuchen #motivtorte #superhelden #superheldentorte #jungsgeburtstag #torte #backen #backenistliebe #kindergeburtstagsideen #geburtstagstisch #gochsheim #swcity #schweinfurt #kunst #backkunst #kunstraum

Stay tune in July! .... 🔜 #repost @kunstraumllc with @get_repost ・・・ #kunstraum is pleased to present ‘Material Landscape, Social Landscape: Human Presence’, a summer show that will showcase the work of ten artist members who explore notions of human presence and its ambiguous, symbiotic or antagonistic, relationship with the surrounding landscape. July 14 to 28, 2019 Opening reception: Sunday, July 14, 4-6 PM Curated by Nina Mdivani (@ninamdivani) Artists: Dorothy Aretha Alexis, Alex Jamieson, Wendy Krausbeck, Alex La Ferla, Paola Morales, Jaclyn Mottola, Rita Nannini,, Sheri Shih Hui, Matthew Sprung, Therese Tripoli Image: Therese Tripoli, Gray's, woodcut on Japanese mulberry paper, unique print, 27.75 x 14 in.

Kunstraum
(@kunstraumllc)

1 Day 16 Hours Ago

#kunstraum is pleased to present ‘Material Landscape, Social Landscape: Human Presence’, a summer show that will showcase the work of ten artist members who explore notions of human presence and its ambiguous, symbiotic or antagonistic, relationship with the surrounding landscape. July 14 to 28, 2019 Opening reception: Sunday, July 14, 4-6 PM Curated by Nina Mdivani (@ninamdivani) Artists: Dorothy Aretha Alexis, Alex Jamieson, Wendy Krausbeck, Alex La Ferla, Paola Morales, Jaclyn Mottola, Rita Nannini,, Sheri Shih Hui, Matthew Sprung, Therese Tripoli Image: Therese Tripoli, Gray's, woodcut on Japanese mulberry paper, unique print, 27.75 x 14 in.

Freitags ist der „Kunstraum an der Rauschen“ immer von 16-20 Uhr geöffnet !! Und heute noch die letzte Gelegenheit den Eifelmaler Klaus-Otto Quirini anzuschauen ... #kunst #kunstraum #kunstraumanderrauschen #badmünstereifel #art #arte #arthotel #kunsthotel #kunstimhotel #hotelkunst #konst #kunstausstellung #ausstellung #exhibition #eifelkunst #ölmalerei #kunstvoll #kaffee #kunstkaffee #kunstplausch #kunstgespräch #geöffnet

GASAG
(@gasagde)

2 Days 22 Hours Ago

Wenn dir bei urbaner Malerei nur Graffiti an Kreuzberger Häusern einfällt, haben wir etwas Neues für dich. Die Künstlerin @anna_fiegen zeigt ab jetzt im GASAG Kunstraum ihre Ausstellung „Randzone“. Alle Infos zur Ausstellung in der Bio. #gasag #kunstraum #urbanart #annafiegen #contemporaryart #berlin #berlinlovescreativity #exhibition #cityview #gasagkunstraum

Kunstraum
(@kunstraumllc)

3 Days 11 Hours Ago

#repost @nyugallatin ・・・ Open now! Go see #kunstraum alum @hanae_utamura in OVERFLOW, the student-curated exhibition in The Gallatin Galleries, feat. work from RUTH CUTHAND, LATOYA RUBY FRAZIER, ANDREA GEYER, MAX LIBOIRON, MARY MATTINGLY, LISA MYERS, SWOON, HANAE UTAMURA, and TALI WEINBERG. . #kunstraumalum #hanaeutamura #nyugallatin #artist #contemporaryart #nyu #clintonhill #kunstraumllc #overflow

Letzte Chance für Montag!! Habt ihr schon mal an einem Art To Go Event teilgenommen? Kino, Disco oder Essen gehen kann jeder! Aber einen unvergesslichen Abend und am Ende ein eigenes Kunstwerk besitzen das geht nur nach so einem Event😍 Wir haben noch ein paar Plätze frei beeilt euch die Teilnehmerzahl ist begrenzt!! Für € 49,- bekommt ihr das rundum sorglos Paket: Zur Begrüßung erst mal einen leckeren Drink 🍸 dann macht ihr es euch gemütlich in der coolen Location und nehmt Platz, ausgestattet mit allem was ihr braucht legen wir los und malen Schritt für Schritt euer eigenes Bild auf Leinwand mit Acrylfarbe in der Pause könnt ihr euch von einer leckeren Köstlichkeit der jeweiligen Location verzaubern lassen! Wir rechnen noch mal zusammen 🍹+ 🍲 + 🎨 und nach ca. 3 Std. dürft ihr euer Werk mitnehmen, seid satt und habt nette Leute kennengelernt 😁 klingt nach dem perfekten Abend oder? Wer will auch dabei sein ? Schreibt uns eine Nachricht! . . . . . ##kunstraum #kenntnerskunstraum #arttogoevent #kunst #art #zeitfürdich #malkurs #veranstaltungschweinfurt #malenmachtglücklich #zeitbar #cocktail #bowl #schweinfurt #digitaleauszeit

Ab Morgen könnt Ihr bei @art2kunstraum die neue Kunstausstellung "POPART Speyer" bewundern. 🧐🤤 Mit über 15 verschiedenen POPART Motiven und einzigartigen Geschenkartikeln von Speyer wird es hier einiges zu entdecken geben. 🥳🤩 Startschuss der Ausstellung ist am 14. Juni während der Kult(o)urnacht Speyer. Vorbeischauen lohnt sich. 😘#speyer #kunst #ausstellung #vernissage #kultournacht #einkaufen #shoppen #kultur #kaiserdom #popart #vintage #art #kunstraum #bilder #künstler #rheinlandpfalz #acryl #leinwand #geschenkartikel #accessoires

Tomorrow at 17 pm on the exhibition Environmental Agenda in Berlin for the project Kasamba - Valter nu and Martin willy at the Kunstraum Reuter gallery. Amanhã às 17 finissage da exposiçsao Agenda Ambiental em Berlin do projeto Kasamba - Valter nu e Martin willy na Kunstraum Reuter galeria#trashart #curadoriadearte #wiresculpture #diamundialdomeioambiente #valternuarte #ksambaberlin#brasildeutchlandsart #contemporaryart #kunstraureuter #kunstraum#atlasvioleta#cristinabernardinicuradoradearte #ccal #centroculturaldoaluminio

Ray
(@hallo_ray)

4 Days 17 Hours Ago

디 나흐트 | Die Nacht 2019. 5. 27- 6. 2 . . 본 전시 ‘디 나흐트’ (Die Nacht)는 밤을 뜻하는 독일어이다. 나의 밤은 이상과 같고 낮은 현실이다. 신영복 작가님의 책 ‘담론’ 중에서 “현실은 우리의 인식 속에서 끊임없이 이상화되고 반대로 이상은 끊임없이 현실화되고 있다.” 라고 하셨다. 더붙여 현실과 이상은 반드시 함께 있다. 그래서 이상은 현실의 존재 형식이라고 했다. 낮도 밤이 없이는 알아 볼 수가 없다. 그 것은 분리되어 보이나 그 경계는 존재하지 않을지도 모른다. 무엇을 실제로 이룩하게 하는 미래에 대한 기대가 먼저 있어야 현실이 존재하기 때문에 이상은 필요하며 중요한 가치가 있다. #동성살롱 #동성시장 #대구수성구 #전시회 #밤 #갤러리 #아트프로젝트 #청년 #개인전 #대구 #프로젝트 #gallery #galerie #art #kunstraum #kunst #daegu #artproject #salon #projektrooooom #dongsung_salon #exhibition #nacht #night

The latest UV Print Art on Alu-Dibond by @andrian.mechernich is now available online: https://www.artroom-konstanz.com/! Come and check out for more contemporary, dynamic eye catchers by young artists that will turn your wall into a new sphere. That’s what our modern gallery stands for! @artroom.konstanz #contemporaryart #andrianmechernich #artroom #konstanz #modernart #artfair #interiordesign #artislife #artgallery #printart #kunstgalerie #kunst #kunstraum #popart #zeitgenössischekunst

Der Countdown läuft...😬 Premiere am 28.06. am Jungen Theater Leverkusen #jtl #jugendkunstgruppen #leverkusen #kasimirundkaroline #eigenefassung #theatertopf #kunstraum

Our collaborative artist Johannes Heuer with his „Dog Walk“ Show until June 30st at . OUT AND ABOUT - irgendwohin . kuratiert von Brigitte Corell @brigittecorell . Die Welt als Marktplatz, Freizeitpark und Fluchtpunkt 11 künstlerische Positionen zu Fernweh, Heimweh, Abschied, Ankunft, dem Sinn und Zweck und den Nebenwirkungen des Unterwegseins, sowie dem unverhältnismäßigen Transfer von Waren. Mit: Heide Aufgewekt Brigitte Corell Behruz Heschmat Johannes Heuer Thaer Maarouf Benoît Maubrey Monika Pichler Hans Pollhammer Alexandra Ranner Frenzi Rigling Susken Rosenthal -------------- OUT AND ABOUT - irgendwohin curated by Brigitte Corell The world as marketplace, amusement park and fluchtpunkt 11 artistic positions about fernweh, homesickness, farewell, arrival, the sense and purpose and the side effects of being in movement, and the disproportionate transfer of goods. Participating artists: Heide Aufgewekt Brigitte Corell Behruz Heschmat Johannes Heuer Thaer Maarouf Benoît Maubrey Monika Pichler Hans Pollhammer Alexandra Ranner Frenzi Rigling Susken Rosenthal Foto by @idamariecorell . . . . #wein4tel #artspace #kunstraumretz #lac #weinviertel #loweraustriacontemporary #retz #loweraustria #kunst #kultur #retzerland #niederösterreich #art #slowculture #femaleartist #actlocalthinkglobal #performance #installation #installationart #adayknthelife #idamariecorell #austria #light #kunstraum #langlangwinter #idamariecorell #andreasnader #brigittecorell #outandabout

Kunstraum
(@kunstraumllc)

5 Days 17 Hours Ago

Kunstraum Artist of the Day: Alex La Ferla (@alaferla ). La Ferla’s work explores the contradictions between the complexity of the world around us, and our unfailing drive to put it in order. This fundamental tension takes the form of certain opposing forces and processes in his drawings and paintings: The spontaneous vs. the carefully considered; the geometric vs. the organic; the grid vs. the gestural mark; attempts to obscure and to expose; constant alternation between the application and removal of material. . #kunstraumllc #kunstraum #alexlaferla #artist #artistcommunity #brooklynartists #studios #artistprofile #navyyard #bythenavyyard #clintonhill #painting #contemporaryart

Nina Mdivani
(@ninamdivani)

5 Days 20 Hours Ago

a somewhat weird photo from yesterday @nadjaverenamarcin @kunstraumllc #kunstraum #metropolitanmagazine #workdinners #ninamdivani

Manon Heupel
(@manon_heupel)

5 Days 21 Hours Ago

#manonheupel „lost“ Öl/Lwd 120x100cm

VERNISSAGE IM KUNSTRAUM AM AHORN, 15.06.2019 um 15:00 Uhr: Die beiden Zillertaler Künstlerinnen Carolin Steiner und Regina Wechner zeigen ihre neuesten Werke - kommt vorbei! 👩‍🎨🎨😍 VERNISSAGE IN THE KUNSTRAUM AHORN, 15.06.2019 AT 3.00 P.M.: The two Zillertal-based artists Carolin Steiner and Regina Wechner will be exhibiting their latest works - come over! #somuessenbergesein #lovemayrhofen #zillertal #myzillertalapp #ahornbahn #ahorn #kunstraum #vernissage #kunst #art #artwork #abstractworks #landscapes #handdrawn #colorful #zillertalerkünstlerinnen #kunstamberg #artonthemountain #comeover #lovethemountains #bergliebe #bergwelten #mountains #mountainlove #gipfelstürmer #gipfelliebe #greatday #weekend #wochenendtipps

#opencodes #exponat 5 Artist: Koen Vanmechelen Title: Book of Genome – PCC / Decode – PCC Themenbereich: #geneticcode Hashtag: #dna #genotype »Book of Genome – PCC« 2016, 3 leather bound books of comparative DNA sequence analyses, 8 × 35 × 31 cm each »DECODE – PCC« 2016, video, color, sound, 60 min. (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- In Koen Vanmechelen's "Book of Genome PCC / Decode - PCC" (2016) a completely different kind of translation is in play – one reliant on symbolic and performative appropriation. With the genome code sequence of a chicken printed in book form, the unfathomably long string of characters is first transferred to a seemingly familiar vehicle of knowledge transmission – notably, the book – only to be taken ad absurdum by means of the spectacle projected on an adjacent screen. The endurance performance by readers from diverse linguistic and cultural contexts exposes a gap in understanding that pervades our digital present, the striking rift between traditional and new code languages shaping the boundaries of human individuation. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 5 Artist: Koen Vanmechelen Title: Book of Genome – PCC / Decode – PCC Themenbereich: #geneticcode Hashtag: #dna #genotype »Book of Genome – PCC« 2016, 3 leather bound books of comparative DNA sequence analyses, 8 × 35 × 31 cm each »DECODE – PCC« 2016, video, color, sound, 60 min. (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- In Koen Vanmechelen's "Book of Genome PCC / Decode - PCC" (2016) a completely different kind of translation is in play – one reliant on symbolic and performative appropriation. With the genome code sequence of a chicken printed in book form, the unfathomably long string of characters is first transferred to a seemingly familiar vehicle of knowledge transmission – notably, the book – only to be taken ad absurdum by means of the spectacle projected on an adjacent screen. The endurance performance by readers from diverse linguistic and cultural contexts exposes a gap in understanding that pervades our digital present, the striking rift between traditional and new code languages shaping the boundaries of human individuation. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 5 Artist: Koen Vanmechelen Title: Book of Genome – PCC / Decode – PCC Themenbereich: #geneticcode Hashtag: #dna #genotype »Book of Genome – PCC« 2016, 3 leather bound books of comparative DNA sequence analyses, 8 × 35 × 31 cm each »DECODE – PCC« 2016, video, color, sound, 60 min. (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- In Koen Vanmechelen's "Book of Genome PCC / Decode - PCC" (2016) a completely different kind of translation is in play – one reliant on symbolic and performative appropriation. With the genome code sequence of a chicken printed in book form, the unfathomably long string of characters is first transferred to a seemingly familiar vehicle of knowledge transmission – notably, the book – only to be taken ad absurdum by means of the spectacle projected on an adjacent screen. The endurance performance by readers from diverse linguistic and cultural contexts exposes a gap in understanding that pervades our digital present, the striking rift between traditional and new code languages shaping the boundaries of human individuation. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 5 Artist: Koen Vanmechelen Title: Book of Genome – PCC / Decode – PCC Themenbereich: #geneticcode Hashtag: #dna #genotype »Book of Genome – PCC« 2016, 3 leather bound books of comparative DNA sequence analyses, 8 × 35 × 31 cm each »DECODE – PCC« 2016, video, color, sound, 60 min. (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- In Koen Vanmechelen's "Book of Genome PCC / Decode - PCC" (2016) a completely different kind of translation is in play – one reliant on symbolic and performative appropriation. With the genome code sequence of a chicken printed in book form, the unfathomably long string of characters is first transferred to a seemingly familiar vehicle of knowledge transmission – notably, the book – only to be taken ad absurdum by means of the spectacle projected on an adjacent screen. The endurance performance by readers from diverse linguistic and cultural contexts exposes a gap in understanding that pervades our digital present, the striking rift between traditional and new code languages shaping the boundaries of human individuation. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 5 Artist: Koen Vanmechelen Title: Book of Genome – PCC / Decode – PCC Themenbereich: #geneticcode Hashtag: #dna #genotype »Book of Genome – PCC« 2016, 3 leather bound books of comparative DNA sequence analyses, 8 × 35 × 31 cm each »DECODE – PCC« 2016, video, color, sound, 60 min. (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- In Koen Vanmechelen's "Book of Genome PCC / Decode - PCC" (2016) a completely different kind of translation is in play – one reliant on symbolic and performative appropriation. With the genome code sequence of a chicken printed in book form, the unfathomably long string of characters is first transferred to a seemingly familiar vehicle of knowledge transmission – notably, the book – only to be taken ad absurdum by means of the spectacle projected on an adjacent screen. The endurance performance by readers from diverse linguistic and cultural contexts exposes a gap in understanding that pervades our digital present, the striking rift between traditional and new code languages shaping the boundaries of human individuation. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 5 Artist: Koen Vanmechelen Title: Book of Genome – PCC / Decode – PCC Themenbereich: #geneticcode Hashtag: #dna #genotype »Book of Genome – PCC« 2016, 3 leather bound books of comparative DNA sequence analyses, 8 × 35 × 31 cm each »DECODE – PCC« 2016, video, color, sound, 60 min. (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- In Koen Vanmechelen's "Book of Genome PCC / Decode - PCC" (2016) a completely different kind of translation is in play – one reliant on symbolic and performative appropriation. With the genome code sequence of a chicken printed in book form, the unfathomably long string of characters is first transferred to a seemingly familiar vehicle of knowledge transmission – notably, the book – only to be taken ad absurdum by means of the spectacle projected on an adjacent screen. The endurance performance by readers from diverse linguistic and cultural contexts exposes a gap in understanding that pervades our digital present, the striking rift between traditional and new code languages shaping the boundaries of human individuation. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 4 Artists: Adam Słowik, Christian Lölkes, Peter Weibel Title: Alphabet Space Themenbereich: #encoding #genealogyofcode Hashtag: #software #hardware #interface Year: 2017 Medium / Material / Technic: dynamically three-dimensional notation, computer-based installation (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The module that belongs to the computer-based installation "Alphabet Space" (2017) by Adam Słowik, Christian Loelkes and Peter Weibel, which is derived from an open cube with missing edges, literally puts a code-generating tool into the hands of visitors. This makes the "Digital Divide" of historical and contemporary modes of experience immediately tangible. Already, the original cube sculpture created by Słowik could be rotated and turned in such a way that a light source projected every letter of the alphabet in sequential shadows, legible, on a wall. This module may have its historical references in the "Incomplete Open Cubes" of the conceptual artist Sol LeWitt or in the cube permutations of computer graphics pioneer Manfred Mohr. Yet, in its current form, the boundaries between artistic-sculptural and design-technical-functional effects blur. Peter Weibel’s extension of this letter-casting tool plumbs the contemporary space of "digital shadows" – his concept, implemented by Christian Loelkes, turns the module into a user interface with the help of a built-in gyroscope, through which the manipulation movements of the users can be sent wirelessly to a computer screen and become an alphabetical string of characters – and, ultimately, a readable text. The intuitive physical interaction of the users with the module and the screen turns into a dance, a writing performance in space. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 4 Artists: Adam Słowik, Christian Lölkes, Peter Weibel Title: Alphabet Space Themenbereich: #encoding #genealogyofcode Hashtag: #software #hardware #interface Year: 2017 Medium / Material / Technic: dynamically three-dimensional notation, computer-based installation (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The module that belongs to the computer-based installation "Alphabet Space" (2017) by Adam Słowik, Christian Loelkes and Peter Weibel, which is derived from an open cube with missing edges, literally puts a code-generating tool into the hands of visitors. This makes the "Digital Divide" of historical and contemporary modes of experience immediately tangible. Already, the original cube sculpture created by Słowik could be rotated and turned in such a way that a light source projected every letter of the alphabet in sequential shadows, legible, on a wall. This module may have its historical references in the "Incomplete Open Cubes" of the conceptual artist Sol LeWitt or in the cube permutations of computer graphics pioneer Manfred Mohr. Yet, in its current form, the boundaries between artistic-sculptural and design-technical-functional effects blur. Peter Weibel’s extension of this letter-casting tool plumbs the contemporary space of "digital shadows" – his concept, implemented by Christian Loelkes, turns the module into a user interface with the help of a built-in gyroscope, through which the manipulation movements of the users can be sent wirelessly to a computer screen and become an alphabetical string of characters – and, ultimately, a readable text. The intuitive physical interaction of the users with the module and the screen turns into a dance, a writing performance in space. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 4 Artists: Adam Słowik, Christian Lölkes, Peter Weibel Title: Alphabet Space Themenbereich: #encoding #genealogyofcode Hashtag: #software #hardware #interface Year: 2017 Medium / Material / Technic: dynamically three-dimensional notation, computer-based installation (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The module that belongs to the computer-based installation "Alphabet Space" (2017) by Adam Słowik, Christian Loelkes and Peter Weibel, which is derived from an open cube with missing edges, literally puts a code-generating tool into the hands of visitors. This makes the "Digital Divide" of historical and contemporary modes of experience immediately tangible. Already, the original cube sculpture created by Słowik could be rotated and turned in such a way that a light source projected every letter of the alphabet in sequential shadows, legible, on a wall. This module may have its historical references in the "Incomplete Open Cubes" of the conceptual artist Sol LeWitt or in the cube permutations of computer graphics pioneer Manfred Mohr. Yet, in its current form, the boundaries between artistic-sculptural and design-technical-functional effects blur. Peter Weibel’s extension of this letter-casting tool plumbs the contemporary space of "digital shadows" – his concept, implemented by Christian Loelkes, turns the module into a user interface with the help of a built-in gyroscope, through which the manipulation movements of the users can be sent wirelessly to a computer screen and become an alphabetical string of characters – and, ultimately, a readable text. The intuitive physical interaction of the users with the module and the screen turns into a dance, a writing performance in space. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 4 Artists: Adam Słowik, Christian Lölkes, Peter Weibel Title: Alphabet Space Themenbereich: #encoding #genealogyofcode Hashtag: #software #hardware #interface Year: 2017 Medium / Material / Technic: dynamically three-dimensional notation, computer-based installation (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The module that belongs to the computer-based installation "Alphabet Space" (2017) by Adam Słowik, Christian Loelkes and Peter Weibel, which is derived from an open cube with missing edges, literally puts a code-generating tool into the hands of visitors. This makes the "Digital Divide" of historical and contemporary modes of experience immediately tangible. Already, the original cube sculpture created by Słowik could be rotated and turned in such a way that a light source projected every letter of the alphabet in sequential shadows, legible, on a wall. This module may have its historical references in the "Incomplete Open Cubes" of the conceptual artist Sol LeWitt or in the cube permutations of computer graphics pioneer Manfred Mohr. Yet, in its current form, the boundaries between artistic-sculptural and design-technical-functional effects blur. Peter Weibel’s extension of this letter-casting tool plumbs the contemporary space of "digital shadows" – his concept, implemented by Christian Loelkes, turns the module into a user interface with the help of a built-in gyroscope, through which the manipulation movements of the users can be sent wirelessly to a computer screen and become an alphabetical string of characters – and, ultimately, a readable text. The intuitive physical interaction of the users with the module and the screen turns into a dance, a writing performance in space. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 4 Artists: Adam Słowik, Christian Lölkes, Peter Weibel Title: Alphabet Space Themenbereich: #encoding #genealogyofcode Hashtag: #software #hardware #interface Year: 2017 Medium / Material / Technic: dynamically three-dimensional notation, computer-based installation (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The module that belongs to the computer-based installation "Alphabet Space" (2017) by Adam Słowik, Christian Loelkes and Peter Weibel, which is derived from an open cube with missing edges, literally puts a code-generating tool into the hands of visitors. This makes the "Digital Divide" of historical and contemporary modes of experience immediately tangible. Already, the original cube sculpture created by Słowik could be rotated and turned in such a way that a light source projected every letter of the alphabet in sequential shadows, legible, on a wall. This module may have its historical references in the "Incomplete Open Cubes" of the conceptual artist Sol LeWitt or in the cube permutations of computer graphics pioneer Manfred Mohr. Yet, in its current form, the boundaries between artistic-sculptural and design-technical-functional effects blur. Peter Weibel’s extension of this letter-casting tool plumbs the contemporary space of "digital shadows" – his concept, implemented by Christian Loelkes, turns the module into a user interface with the help of a built-in gyroscope, through which the manipulation movements of the users can be sent wirelessly to a computer screen and become an alphabetical string of characters – and, ultimately, a readable text. The intuitive physical interaction of the users with the module and the screen turns into a dance, a writing performance in space. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 4 Artists: Adam Słowik, Christian Lölkes, Peter Weibel Title: Alphabet Space Themenbereich: #encoding #genealogyofcode Hashtag: #software #hardware #interface Year: 2017 Medium / Material / Technic: dynamically three-dimensional notation, computer-based installation (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The module that belongs to the computer-based installation "Alphabet Space" (2017) by Adam Słowik, Christian Loelkes and Peter Weibel, which is derived from an open cube with missing edges, literally puts a code-generating tool into the hands of visitors. This makes the "Digital Divide" of historical and contemporary modes of experience immediately tangible. Already, the original cube sculpture created by Słowik could be rotated and turned in such a way that a light source projected every letter of the alphabet in sequential shadows, legible, on a wall. This module may have its historical references in the "Incomplete Open Cubes" of the conceptual artist Sol LeWitt or in the cube permutations of computer graphics pioneer Manfred Mohr. Yet, in its current form, the boundaries between artistic-sculptural and design-technical-functional effects blur. Peter Weibel’s extension of this letter-casting tool plumbs the contemporary space of "digital shadows" – his concept, implemented by Christian Loelkes, turns the module into a user interface with the help of a built-in gyroscope, through which the manipulation movements of the users can be sent wirelessly to a computer screen and become an alphabetical string of characters – and, ultimately, a readable text. The intuitive physical interaction of the users with the module and the screen turns into a dance, a writing performance in space. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

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Theremin-Labor mit Dominik Bednarz. Morgen 12.06. um 18:00 Uhr im Kunstraum B. Das Theremin wurde 1920 erfunden und ist eines der ersten elektronischen Musikinstrumente. Es wird berührungslos gespielt! Im „Labor“ kann man es ausprobieren und die Grundlagen des Spiels kennenlernen. Eintritt frei. #kunstraumb #kiel #kunstverein #theremin #kunst #gallery #artgallery #kunstausstellung #kunstraum #art #künstler

#opencodes #exponat 3 Artist: Karin Sander Title: XML-SVG CODE / Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums Themenbereich: #encoding Hashtag: #sourcecode #computing Year: 2010/2017 Medium / Material / Technic: Oracal 638, plotter foil matte, tricolor (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The installation "XML - SVG Code - Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums" (2010/2019) by Karin Sander renders the floor as a specific part of the architecture of the Kunstraum in code translation. This piece captures the measurements of the floor slab, corners and indentations included, in the source code that provides the basis for digital renderings in contemporary architectural practice. The exact code is spelled out as adhesive foil plots. It covers the floor, which forms part of the architectural environment and could, in principle, be recreated from these signs. The inscription layer mounts a surface but also functions as an element of the art space to be traversed – the habitat emerges as a product of the system of numbers and signs. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 3 Artist: Karin Sander Title: XML-SVG CODE / Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums Themenbereich: #encoding Hashtag: #sourcecode #computing Year: 2010/2017 Medium / Material / Technic: Oracal 638, plotter foil matte, tricolor (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The installation "XML - SVG Code - Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums" (2010/2019) by Karin Sander renders the floor as a specific part of the architecture of the Kunstraum in code translation. This piece captures the measurements of the floor slab, corners and indentations included, in the source code that provides the basis for digital renderings in contemporary architectural practice. The exact code is spelled out as adhesive foil plots. It covers the floor, which forms part of the architectural environment and could, in principle, be recreated from these signs. The inscription layer mounts a surface but also functions as an element of the art space to be traversed – the habitat emerges as a product of the system of numbers and signs. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 3 Artist: Karin Sander Title: XML-SVG CODE / Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums Themenbereich: #encoding Hashtag: #sourcecode #computing Year: 2010/2017 Medium / Material / Technic: Oracal 638, plotter foil matte, tricolor (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The installation "XML - SVG Code - Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums" (2010/2019) by Karin Sander renders the floor as a specific part of the architecture of the Kunstraum in code translation. This piece captures the measurements of the floor slab, corners and indentations included, in the source code that provides the basis for digital renderings in contemporary architectural practice. The exact code is spelled out as adhesive foil plots. It covers the floor, which forms part of the architectural environment and could, in principle, be recreated from these signs. The inscription layer mounts a surface but also functions as an element of the art space to be traversed – the habitat emerges as a product of the system of numbers and signs. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 3 Artist: Karin Sander Title: XML-SVG CODE / Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums Themenbereich: #encoding Hashtag: #sourcecode #computing Year: 2010/2017 Medium / Material / Technic: Oracal 638, plotter foil matte, tricolor (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The installation "XML - SVG Code - Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums" (2010/2019) by Karin Sander renders the floor as a specific part of the architecture of the Kunstraum in code translation. This piece captures the measurements of the floor slab, corners and indentations included, in the source code that provides the basis for digital renderings in contemporary architectural practice. The exact code is spelled out as adhesive foil plots. It covers the floor, which forms part of the architectural environment and could, in principle, be recreated from these signs. The inscription layer mounts a surface but also functions as an element of the art space to be traversed – the habitat emerges as a product of the system of numbers and signs. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 3 Artist: Karin Sander Title: XML-SVG CODE / Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums Themenbereich: #encoding Hashtag: #sourcecode #computing Year: 2010/2017 Medium / Material / Technic: Oracal 638, plotter foil matte, tricolor (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The installation "XML - SVG Code - Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums" (2010/2019) by Karin Sander renders the floor as a specific part of the architecture of the Kunstraum in code translation. This piece captures the measurements of the floor slab, corners and indentations included, in the source code that provides the basis for digital renderings in contemporary architectural practice. The exact code is spelled out as adhesive foil plots. It covers the floor, which forms part of the architectural environment and could, in principle, be recreated from these signs. The inscription layer mounts a surface but also functions as an element of the art space to be traversed – the habitat emerges as a product of the system of numbers and signs. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 3 Artist: Karin Sander Title: XML-SVG CODE / Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums Themenbereich: #encoding Hashtag: #sourcecode #computing Year: 2010/2017 Medium / Material / Technic: Oracal 638, plotter foil matte, tricolor (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- The installation "XML - SVG Code - Quellcode des Ausstellungsraums" (2010/2019) by Karin Sander renders the floor as a specific part of the architecture of the Kunstraum in code translation. This piece captures the measurements of the floor slab, corners and indentations included, in the source code that provides the basis for digital renderings in contemporary architectural practice. The exact code is spelled out as adhesive foil plots. It covers the floor, which forms part of the architectural environment and could, in principle, be recreated from these signs. The inscription layer mounts a surface but also functions as an element of the art space to be traversed – the habitat emerges as a product of the system of numbers and signs. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.

#opencodes #exponat 2 Artists: Boris Neubert, Max Piochowiak, Chengzhi Wu Title: Style Transfer Themenbereich: #machinelearning Hashtag: #computergenerateddesign Year: 2018 Medium / Material / Technic: Interactive installation that uses AI (Photo taken by Clemens Krümmel, info taken from the website of @zkmkarlsruhe) --- On entering the Kunstraum of the Leuphana, visitors are welcomed by an interactive screen that is part of the work "Style Transfer" (2018) by artists Boris Neubert, Chengzhi Wu and Max Piochowiak. Automated filters instantly rebrush the vertical camera image into successively changing graphic textures, drawing on operative aesthetic conventions of the contemporary net world such as Instagram or Snapchat. With the help of "Deep Neural Network" technologies, these renderings are generated so rapidly that an impression of absolute synchronicity arises. Like a bygone mirror cabinet at a fairground, recalling the spectacular distortion of the visitors' image that caused incredulous amazement at the time, “Style Transfer” not only astonishes but also evokes the breathtaking speed of visual transformation typical of today's imaging techniques. At the same time, the installation denotes the colorful and dazzling surfaces that conceal the "new" uncanniness of digitality. The #exhibition "Open Codes" will be opened on Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 18h in the #kunstraum of the @Leuphana University of #lüneburg.