They seem tired and exhausted; their gaze is empty or directed at the smartphone. Others sleep, their heads leaning against the window of the train.
Anne Pöhlmann in an interview about the value of travel and her art.
In der Mitte Mee(h)r. More Africa, more Europe, and the sea. Between long panels of canvas, the viewers stand between cultures, as if they were standing in the sea between them.
Cécile Hummel in an interview about ideas, changes of perspective and travel.
Setting out to break the boundaries of the commercial art market, the artists of the Land Art realize their mostly large-scale projects in areas that are remote and difficult to reach.
I am looking at Silicon Valley – Silicon Valley is looking at Me is the result of a several-week stay of the photographer Mareike Foecking in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
We are absorbing an estimated ten million im pressions per second. Only a few of these impressions can be digitally recorded.
A stormy sea? An imaginary map or the grimace of a god? The painting Die Reise nach Jamaica evokes various associations that defy all attempts of a definite interpretation.