“Kunstraum” (art space)
Exhibition about the development of exhibition architectures
The gallery visitor can construct an exhibition space through the “recommendations of actions” presented in the booklet “variations”. Random operations allow non-intentional concurrencies. Analysis of rational and intuitive patterns of creative processes. Study of random programs and methods.
The “recommendations of actions” have been developed after an analysis of the composition theory of the American composer John Cage.
Joseph Beuys, “Aktion dritter Weg” (action third way), slate, chalk, 1978
View at the installation
Visitor with “recommendations of actions“ for non-systematic operations
Variation series II, III, IV, VI, VIII, 2003
Variation II, for any number of exhibits, 2003
Variation III, for any number of people with different types of observation, 2004
Variation VI, for a plurality of exhibition systems (all sources, components, media), 2003
Variation IV, for any number of visitors and artworks, with or without further activity, 2003
Visitor during her notation of the architecture
|Services||Program and location analyses, strategic development, artistic concept, technical concept, design planning, visualisation|
|Date||Exhibition at suitcase gallery, Berlin 16th April– 14th May 2004|