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“Scenery And Nature’s Objects” – a group exhibition with Alexander Grennigloh, Jan Stradtmann, Shigeru Takato and Ann Katrin Warter at AFF Gallery in Berlin. I will show part of my series Third Nature.

Location: AFF Gallery
Kochhannstraße 14, 10249 Berlin
Opening: 18th May 2018, 7 pm
Exhibition dates: 19th May – 10th June 2018, Sat – Sun, 3 pm – 6 pm

Participating artists: Alexander Grennigloh / Jan Stradtmann / Shigeru Takato / Ann Katrin Warter

“The exhibition explores the difference between nature and staged landscape. It shows the naturalness, domestication and regulation of sceneries and points to the problem of mediated nature. The concept of nature has become problematic – it is often impossible to speak of a presupposed nature, rather how it has been replaced by a second, more perfect one. Nature is the model from which human art and technology is derived as an imitation.” (text: AFF gallery)

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My series Garden of Eden is part of the group exhibition “FACELESS – Privacy. Seduction. Surveillance.”

Location: Gallery of the Austrian Cultural Forum Berlin
Stauffenbergstraße 1, 10785 Berlin
Opening: 25th April 2018, 7 pm with a DJ set by Martin Backes
Exhibition dates: 26th April – 13th June 2018, Mon – Fri, 11 am – 4 pm

Participating artists: Martin Backes / Aram Bartholl / William Basinski / Heiko Bressnik / Thorsten Brinkmann / Asger Carlsen / Ben DeHaan / Nezaket Ekici / Shahram Entekhabi / Karin Fisslthaler / Adam Harvey / Thomas Hörl / Ursula Hübner / Ute Klein / Jakob Lena Knebl / Geoffrey Lillemon / Manu Luksch / Rosa Menkman / Simone Niquille / Bernd Oppl / Eva-Maria Raab / Daphne Rosenthal / Tarron Ruiz-Avila / Tim Silver / Jan Stradtmann / Sergei Sviatchenko  / Levi van Veluw / Addie Wagenknecht & Stefan Hechenberger / Bernhard Willhelm and many more

“The exhibition series “FACELESS” explores the phenomenon of inescapable recognizability in the media and the resulting strategies of media users to become virtually faceless – a phenomenon that has become increasingly common in artistic practice after 9/11 and its sociopolitical consequences. “FACELESS” takes a radical look at this fairly recent phenomenon of everyday media culture and shows how it manifests in visual art, fashion, photography, advertising and dance. The works on show range from avant-garde masks to pieces that force open a dialogue about facial recognition software, surveillance cameras and drones. Themes included are seduction, surveillance and privacy.

The opening with talks by Peter Huber (Austrian ambassador), Elisabeth Hajek (MuseumsQuartier Wien), Brigitte Felderer and Bogomir Doringer is also the official launch of the publication “FACELESS: Re-inventing Privacy Through Subversive Media Strategies“, which is being released in April by the De Gruyter Verlag as part of the “Edition Angewandte“.

“FACELESS” has been organized by the artist and researcher Bogomir Doringer, supported by the curator and cultural studies scholar Brigitte Felderer (Department of Social Design / University of Applied Arts Vienna) in collaboration with Q21 at MuseumsQuartier Wien. The exhibition series has been shown at the frei_raum Q21 exhibition space in the MuseumsQuartier Wien (2013), Mediamatic in Amsterdam (2014), and at De Markten, Brussels, as part of the 8th Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference.” (text: invitation card, Austrian Cultural Forum Berlin)

Fonderia

 (screenshot: Såm web page)

Third NatureThe editors of CALAMITA/À project Marina Caneve and Gianpaolo Arena, are presenting the results of the CALAMITA/À project during a talk at Fonderia 20.9 in Verona at the 31st of March. On the occasion of this event, a leporello with a selection from Third Nature has been produced as limited edition. Size: 27,00 cm height x 302,0 cm width, printed on photographic paper. In collaboration with SÅM and Film Festival della Lessinia.

Location: Fonderia 20.9, Via XX Settembre 67/A, 37129 Verona
Opening & Talk: 31st March 2018, 6 pm
Exhibition dates: 1st April – 14th April 2018

"Third Nature" by Jan Stradtmann "Third Nature" by Jan Stradtmann(leporello views by CALAMITA/À Project)

Below some installation views from the past exhibition “Etwa 3 Sekunden” at Galerie Ursula Walter in Dresden.

Installation view, “Etwa 3 Sekunden”, Galerie Ursula Walter,„The Assumption Of A Mountain“, from the series Third Nature, 50,00 x 50,00 cm, printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, framed, edition of 5 + 2 AP.

Installation view, “Etwa 3 Sekunden”, Galerie Ursula Walter,From the series Third Nature.

Installation view, “Etwa 3 Sekunden”, Galerie Ursula Walter,

Left: postcard from Longarone, individual item. Right: „Index” from the series Third Nature, 60,00 x 60,00 cm, printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, framed, edition of 5 + 2 AP.

Installation view, “Etwa 3 Sekunden”, Galerie Ursula Walter,

Still Hunt, series of 31 photographs, various dimensions; released as a newspaper style magazine in September 2016. Specifications and order details can be found on the “Still Hunt” magazine page.

Installation view, “Etwa 3 Sekunden”, Galerie Ursula Walter,„Revelation Silhouette“ from the series Third Nature, 92,0 x 76,0 cm, printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, framed, edition of 5 + 2 AP.

Installation view, “Etwa 3 Sekunden”, Galerie Ursula Walter,“Facing The Damn Dam – Part I” from the series Third Nature, 45,00 x 60,00 cm, printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, metal table + glass, edition of 5 + 2 AP.

"Third Nature", 2015

Together with Maritza Studart and Oliver Möst we will talk about our work presented during the exhibition “Etwa 3 Sekunden” at Galerie Ursula Walter in Dresden on 10th November 2017, 7 pm.

Location: Galerie Ursula Walter, Neustädter Markt 10, 01097 Dresden

Image: „The Assumption Of A Mountain“, from the series Third Nature, 50,00 x 50,00 cm, printed on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Pearl, framed, edition of 5 + 2 AP.

Etwa 3 Sekunden Etwa 3 Sekunden“Etwa 3 Sekunden” – a group exhibition with Oliver Möst, Jan Stradtmann and Maritza Studart at Galerie Ursula Walter in Dresden. I will show part of my series Third Nature, portraits from Bright Before Me the Signs Implore Me and the complete work Still Hunt.

Location: Galerie Ursula Walter, Neustädter Markt 10, 01097 Dresden
Vernissage: 27th October 2017, 7 pm
Exhibition dates: 28th October 2017 – 18th November 2017
Artist talk: 10th November 2017, 7 pm

ZOTW_1

Still Hunt is part of the exhibition “Zines Of The World” this weekend.

“Zines of the world is an open submission exhibition project curated by Doomed Gallery and The Photocopy club, featuring photographic zines from all corners of the globe. The exhibition first opened in 2015 at Doomed Gallery and featured over 400 zines. The idea was to bring this amazing collection of self publishing too different spaces. ZOTW was exhibited in Lodz, Poland as part Fotofestiwal 2016. The exhibition will take place at the Truman Brewery in London as part of PHOTO BLOCK on October 12th to 16th, and will feature around 1000 photographic zines, workshops, film screenings and talks. Please join us for the opening night on Thursday the 12th of October.” (text: Doomed Gallery and The Photocopy club)

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“1KM – la misura dello spazio” – group exhibition with Raimond Wouda, Céline Clanet and Jan Stradtmann. Curated by Gianpaolo Arena in cooperation with Vulcano and Landscape Stories, presented at PAC, Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea di Milano.

Location: PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea di Milano
Via Palestro, 14, 20121 Milano
Opening: 12th October 2017, 7 pm
Exhibition dates: 14th October — 3rd December 2017

“Il PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea di Milano, in collaborazione con Vulcano, che da tempo manifesta la vocazione, l’interesse e la passione nel lavorare con l’arte, ospita in via eccezionale la presentazione della mostra fotografica 1 Km. 18 fotografie di Raimond Wouda (Olanda), Céline Clanet (Francia) e Jan Stradtmann (Germania). Il progetto, ideato e realizzato attraverso la sinergia di Vulcano con il magazine di fotografia contemporanea Landscape Stories, propone ipotesi erranti e percorsi nomadici nel paesaggio italiano, in quei luoghi elettivi o anonimi, dove l’architettura e il tempo libero si incontrano.

Siamo lieti di invitarti all’inaugurazione della mostra 1KM che si terrà giovedì 12 ottobre alle ore 19:00 presso la project room del PAC di Milano e sarà visibile fino al 3 dicembre 2017. Il progetto si inserisce all’interno della mostra Io, Luca Vitone, la prima antologica che attraversa i trent’anni di carriera dell’artista genovese curata da Luca Lo Pinto e Diego Sileo.” (text and screenshot: Vulcano web page)

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