• Adriana Lara, The Product & the Post-product, 2016; Photo: Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 1, Installation view at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden 2016; Photo: Christian Lauer

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 1, Installation view at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden 2016; Photo: Christian Lauer

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 1, Gene Beery, Art Bonfire, 2012; Photo: Christian Lauer

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 1, Adriana Lara, Esferas Perdidas, 2016; Photo: Christian Lauer

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 2, Adriana Lara, Trink Coca-Cola, 2016; Photo: Janine Drewes

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 2, Installation view at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden 2016; Photo: Janine Drewes

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 2, Installation view at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden 2016; Photo: Janine Drewes

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 2, Installation view at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden 2016; Photo: Janine Drewes

    The Product & the Post-product - Part 2, Installation view at Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden 2016; Photo: Janine Drewes

    Adriana Lara at the entrance of the Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden; Photo: Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden

    Follow Fluxus / Adriana Lara

    The Product & the Post-product


    03. September 2016 to 28. May 2017

    Part 1 /  September 3rd to October 9th, 2016
    Opening / Friday, September 2nd, 2016, 6 pm

    Part 2 /  November 5th, 2016 to May 28th, 2017
    Opening / Friday, November 4th, 2016, 6 pm

  • The Follow Fluxus – After Fluxus 2016 grant for young contemporary art called by the Hessian State Capital of Wiesbaden and the Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden / NKV goes in its ninth year to the artist and documenta-participant Adriana Lara (born 1978, Mexico City, Mexico).

    Follow Fluxus – After Fluxus supports young international artists whose work suggests ideas inherent to the Fluxus art movement in order to keep the art current alive. The establishment of the grant was inspired by the “Fluxus Festival of Very New Music” which took place in Wiesbaden in 1962. This Fluxus event provided the first real broad impact for the new art movement and started off what is now seen as the first international movement operating in a global network. The endowment of 10,000 Euro is provided annually for a residency in Wiesbaden from June through August. Living quarters and studio space is provided by NKV during this time. The work stipend concludes with an exhibition of the artist’s created work in the same year and includes a publication.

    The jury of five persons consisted of Annika Kahrs (Artist and laureate of George Maciunas Förderpreis 2012), Adrian Notz, Director Cabaret Voltaire in Zürich, Michael Berger (Collection Berger, Wiesbaden), Dr. Isolde Schmidt (Cultural Department of the city of Wiesbaden) and Elke Gruhn (Chairwoman, Artistic Director and Curator, Nassauischer Kunstverein / NKV).

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