JUNKO WADA - SUMMER VISITOR
August 14 - 24, 2014
While she studied painting at Tokyo’s preeminent art academy Musashino Bijutsu Daigaku, Junko Wada discovered her affinity to dancing and studied dancing as well. To this day her paintings originate from performative gestures found in dance. Read more
Fig.: Junko Wada, With Julius. In memory of »for 8 h(ours)«, Maerzmusik 2012, photo: Andrea Schomburg
Michael Sailstorfer (b. 1979) divests things of their original purpose, disassembling, deforming, adapting them to reframe and recompose them. The results are powerful installations that render visible, most of all, the transformational potential of our immediate everyday surroundings.
Fig: Michael Sailstorfer, Auguste, 2004, photo: Michael Sailstorfer
Sun. August 24, 2014
4 pm: Art and dialogue: Talk
With Alexander Hofmann, curator for Japanese art, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and Katja Blomberg, director Haus am Waldsee.
6 pm: Special concert: Dialogue between flute and bass flute
Compositions by J. S. Bach performed by Ulrich Roloff and Kazuhiko Iizuka
Forthcoming dates: Sat. 23.08. + Wed. 27.08., 9 - 10:30 am