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  • (wall) Ruth Lübke: Tauwerk, 2016/2018; Martin Reichmann: Platzprotz, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Ruth Lübke: Tauwerk, 2016/2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Class Ingo Vetter, STATUS, installation view, GAK Bremen 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Laura Pientka: Edlen Konsumenten recht herzlichen Dank, 2016, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Class Ingo Vetter, STATUS, installation view, GAK Bremen 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Class Ingo Vetter, STATUS, installation view, GAK Bremen 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Linda Ellen Tessloff: Drei Möglichkeiten meines zukünftigen Selbst, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • (wall) Mattis Lühmann: Flasche 1-8, 2013-2014; Janis Mengel: Fliesen, 2017, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • (Wall) Hassan Sheidaei: Gespräch, 2018; Janis Mengel: Fliesen, 2017, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Class Ingo Vetter, STATUS, installation view, GAK Bremen 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Seung Hyun Seo: Mobile Scenery, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Miriam Müller: counterflashing, flamingo, broccoli, femic, fire, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Vicc Repasi: Told you how to pronounce it, gave you the phonetics, and still you don't understand, 2017/18, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Stephane Krust, herbier symbolique, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Class Ingo Vetter, STATUS, installation view, GAK Bremen 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Seung Hyun Seo und Sang Hyuk Kim: Public Performance, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • (wall) Seung Hyun Seo und Sang Hyuk Kim: Public Performance, 2018; Eunhye Kim: Sehnsucht, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Paul Putzier, Martin Reichmann, Ada Hillebrecht: Untitled 2, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei
  • Paul Putzier, Martin Reichmann, Ada Hillebrecht: Untitled 2, 2018, Photo: Hassan Sheidaei

Class Ingo Vetter, HfK Bremen
STATUS

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26.05–03.06.2018

The GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst has been presenting international contemporary art in Bremen since 1980. Once a year, this program includes the exhibition of a class from the University of the Arts Bremen. This year’s class presentation “STATUS” shows works of the class for sculpture with classical materials by Prof. Ingo Vetter. The scope of the exhibited works ranges from sculpture and painting to spatial installation to video and photography, with a large part of new artwork especially for the occasion.

Despite the diversity of positions, a closer look reveals that the examination of the variation of states and perspectives is a connecting moment. Some of the works open up a view of the interplay between past and present. Others ask about the traces that an event or condition leaves behind. And yet others explore the possibilities of capturing a fleeting moment. What is it that remains of a moment? And how do experiences or objects change in the course of time and by changing their own position?

At the centre of the discussion are materiality and the question of the means used, the reality of the works as a materialised presence in space. “STATUS” is understood here as a temporal, social and material moment, as a question and frame of reference. Accordingly, the presentation brings together the various approaches and shows a snapshot of a lively art school class that is constantly changing.

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26.05–03.06.2018

Ada Hillebrecht
Seung Hyun Seo
Eunhye Kim
Sang Hyuk Kim
Stephane Krust
Ruth Lübke
Mattis Lühmann
Janis Mengel
Philipp Michalski
Miriam Müller
Michelle Oullet
Laura Pientka
Paul Putzier
Martin Reichmann
Vicc Repasi
Hassan Sheidaei
Zhenhong Song
Linda Ellen Tessloff

Curated by
Asima Amriko

In cooperation with HfK Bremen

Events

Fri 25.05.18, 7 pm
Opening

Tue 29.05.18, 7 pm
Students of class Ingo Vetter, Radek Krolczyk, Olav Westphalen:
Public Dinner

Thu 31.05.18, 7 pm
Guided tour with Asima Amriko

Sat 02.06.18, 6 pm – 1 am
Long Night of the Bremen Museums

Support

Senator of Culture of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, HfK Bremen, Freundeskreis of Hochschule Bremen

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