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  • Harm Coordes: Minding The Mundane, 2023. Photo: Jimmy Lu
  • Harm Coordes: Minding The Mundane, 2023. Photo: Jimmy Lu
  • Harm Coordes: Minding The Mundane, 2023. Photo: Jimmy Lu
  • Harm Coordes: Minding The Mundane, 2023. Photo: Jimmy Lu

Harm Coordes
Minding the Mundane. What beauty does the everyday take?

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12.05, 07:00 pm

Harm Coordes devotes himself to everyday practices, objects and processes. Where do we find processes or objects that defy our appreciation because of their everydayness? What implicit wisdom is hidden in these practices? What are the performative or artistic potentials of the tools and devices that contribute to the performance of these activities?
Harm Coordes’ research-based practice explores how these actions can be abstracted and exhibited in interactive environments to create experiences of “en-living.” In “en-living” the emotional and rational aspects of experience combine. The research aims to formulate an artistic vocabulary that collects situations to perceive and appreciate the everyday. The public presentation of the observations collected during the residency at the Crystal Room is followed by joint expeditions into the everyday and the ordinary.

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Fri 12 May 2023, 07:00 pm

02.-21.05.23
Harm Coordes
Minding the Mundane. What beauty does the everyday take?

Fri, 12.05.23, 19 h
Open(ing)

Sun, 14.05.23, 15 h
Harm Coordes & Stefan Andersson
Walking as a river (Expedition I)

Tue, 16.05.23, 17 h
Harm Coordes
Interweaving with nature (Expedition II)

Within the framework of Crystal Room

Artistic research residencies at GAK project space
In cooperation with the Binational PhD Program of HfK Bremen

Funding

Harm Coordes ongoing research is supported by Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media within the program NEUSTART KULTUR.

 

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