From there she intends to cross the Rhine, Main, Main-Danube Canal and River Danube, and she expects this project to last 25 to 30 years. To those currents, a human body means nothing more than any floating piece of garbage. But then I saw that space and noticed that it fit very well with my way of working: From the beginning I thought that this was exciting. I was primarily driven by curiosity and by the need to represent artists autonomously. Any sense of time or gravity had disappeared. You are yourself the actor.
This would be especially interesting with galleries of the older generation. As I have been living in this neighborhood for years, I could observe that this part of Berlin was developing and changing very rapidly. The solo presentation at the reading room gives the public a chance to engage intensively with the work in question, and, further, over a long period the opportunity to get to know works by a wide range of young artists working in the field of moving pictures. The long-term project Diving through Europe, on show at the Berlinische Galerie, will carry her through waters from the North to the Black Sea. The episodes of the project will be presented step-by-step to the public. Klara Hobza, Der totale Horror, installation view. What compelled you to open a gallery? In the late s I studied art history in Bonn, and the proximity to Cologne — at that time still the center for contemporary art — gave me easy access to the art scene.
Young artists are invited to present current videos parallel to the exhibition program in a regular monthly cycle. In the past four years I tofale worked with seven artists. In the first years it was especially difficult to draw up a framework and to establish itself within the existing structures and networks. Klara Hobza, Der totale Horror, installation view.
On Day 7, I made it to Vlaardingen. I instructed Piet to film this sequence in perfect balance, keeping the water line at the classic golden section, moving very slowly, almost sluggishly, like you would move through mud. I needed to dive a detour, so I took a swift, sharp left into the Delfskanal.
Klara Hobza – Erste Anzeichen der Schwerelosigkeit
Diving Through Europe Part 3: From the beginning it was clear to me that I liked the dynamics that occur in a gallery, and that klaga is dialogical work — in contrast to the academic work — especially when it comes to dealing with artists, colleagues and collectors. After a two-year period of totals and preparation, she launched her tour outside Rotterdam in March Like someone possessed, she enters repeatedly hobzza new contexts, analysing, penetrating and then fastening her actions onto them.
That is not much when you look at galleries in the of the same type. When I look at the artists in my program, I see a serious confrontation with the content of their respective artistic practice — which is in every case very different.
Running a gallery is ultimately also a business. This certainly is the thread that connects the seven artists. The undertaking is scheduled to last 25 to 30 years and envisages a crossing of the European continent, in stages, by water.
What compelled you to hoba a gallery? It was an invaluable experience.
Klara Hobza • Der Totale Horror :: Soy Capitán
Closed on Tuesdays Closed on As I have been living in this neighborhood for years, I could observe that this part of Berlin was developing and changing very rapidly. What are the difficulties of a young female gallery owner in the first years of the gallery?
Holding my hand before me I could barely make out my five fingers. Angela Piplak, executive director Introduction: Her strength is to want the impossible, but to implement it by elementary-uncontrived means.
Klara Hobza – Erste Anzeichen der Schwerelosigkeit
Face to Face”, there will be reduced admission from The mud revealed a stunning spectrum of ever-changing shades, continuously shifting from grayish green to almost neon yellow, then to reddish brown and back to grey. Contact About us Sitemap.
But then I saw that space and noticed that it fit very well with my way of working: I liked the kllara that the daily gallery routing and discussions about artistic content carry the same weight. For the launched project that looks at first sight impossible, or even utopistic, the Berlin based artist scheduled a time period over 25 to 20 years.
This is a much narrower body of water, going right through the center of Rotterdam. Starting at the estuary of the river Rhine at the harbor of Rotterdam, she dives all through the river up to the City of Mainz, where she changes to the River Main and continues through the Main-Donau-Canal all the way to the river Donau, that finally flows into the Black Sea.
That the projects seems megalomaniacal is also part of its attraction: An almost crash with a containership in the dull water brings that immediately to mind and proves the seriousness and physical effort, which are connected to the project. The Great Entry, Video, colour, sound I turned onto my back, diving face up, feeling sucked towards the sky. Diving through Europe4 Single-channel videos: Introduction, Video, colour, sound Klara Hobza, Chapter 4:
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