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Hans Zitko, Anne Marie Freybourg (ed.)
Text in German
Softcover, 29,5 x 23 cm,
159 pages, ill.
Text by Hans Zitko, Anne Marie Freybourg and Adam Jankowski, preface by Norbert Kracke and Elke Gruhn
published by Jovis Verlag, Berlin
Pub. by Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
With essays by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Jon Hendricks, Bertrand Clavez et al.
Hardcover, 24 x 24 cm
268 pages, illustrated, incl. 2 audio-cds
Ad. von Menzel, H. Franz-Dreber, M. Liebermann, B. Vautier, L. Knaus, Alb. Hertel, Ed. Hildebrandt, A.L. Richter, Chr. Wilberg, O. Wisniewski, Eugen Bracht
Der Katalog kann als Kopie im NKV eingesehen werden.
Aires de Gameiro / Alyona Volkova / Béla Feldberg / Edi Danartono / E.G. Powell / Elisaveta Braslavskaja / Hilda Stammarnä / Immanuel Birkert / Jiwon Lee / Jiyoon Chung/ Kristina Lovaas / Line Lyhne / Lukas Heerich / Nadja Büttner / Nicholas Warburg / Niwat Manatpiyalert / Pia Ferm / raúl i. lima / Robin Stretz / Stian Hansen / Su Xia / Tuğçe Dayıoğlu
Opening / Thursday, 21st November 2019
Opening / Thursday, August 22nd, 2019, 6 pm
Der Nassauische Kunstverein Wiesbaden is parcour partner of B3 – biennal of the moving image.
The exhibition is supported by Kulturfonds Frankfurt RheinMain.
Der Nassauische Kunstverein Wiesbaden is supported by the cultural office Wiesbaden.
Rune Mields translates ordering structures and schemata into art, combining logic and ratio with poetry and magic. Her paintings and drawings are usually held in black, white and grey and are highly visual despite all conceptuality. They are characterized by the integration of symbols which derive from different order systems on which our society is based, such as numbers, words, notes, as well as abstract signs and ornaments. Side by side to the research and visualizing of number systems, she sets the magical or ritual significance of numbers existing in many cultures. Scientific concepts and questions are superimposed on mythical or metaphysical ideas. Thus, the underlying elements of her work are the portrayal of infinity and the limitation of our ability to think and imagine.
The solo exhibition ZEITEN UND ZEICHEN unites works by different groups of works from Rune Mields‘ total of six decades of artistic creation. In addition, new works from two first-issued series will be exhibited. The focus of the works shown is on the one hand on the representability of time in the form of numbers, on the other hand on the representation of numbers and other signs in different times and systems.
The tour concludes with two works that can also be read as a self-reflexive meta-comment on the other works in the exhibition and Rune Mields‘ method of making visible and citing: The artist encounters us in a Selbstportait mit Telefon (2015), (Self-portrait with Telephone) which quotes a…