Yunchul Kim

Datum: Do | 15.11.2018 | 19:00 Uhr

Ort: Auditorium, EG im Neubau | ADBK

Workshop: 16.11.2018 | Anmeldung für Workshop: jourfixe@adbk.de

 

Hiwa K

Hiwa K was born in Kurdistan-Northern Iraq in 1975. His informal studies in his home town Sulaymaniyah were focused on European literature and philosophy, learnt from available books translated into Arabic. After moving to Europe in 2002, Hiwa K studied music as a pupil of the Flamenco master Paco Peña in Rotterdam, and subsequently settled in Germany. His works escape normative aesthetics but give a possibility of another vibration to vernacular forms, oral histories (Chicago boys, 2010), modes of encounter (Cooking with Mama, 2006) and political situations (This lemon tastes of apple, 2011). He continuously critiques the art education system and the professionalization of art practice, as well as the myth of the individual artist. Hiwa K participated in various group shows such as Manifesta 7, Trient (2008), the “Edgware Road Project” at the Serpentine Gallery, London (2012), the Venice Biennale (2015) and documenta14, Kassel/Athens (2017). A selection of recent solo shows include the New Museum, NYC (2018), S.M.A.K., Ghent (2018) and Kunstverein Hannover (2018). In 2016 he received the Arnold Bode Prize and the Schering Stiftung Art Award and had a solo exhibition at KW, Berlin (2017).

Hiwa K was born in Kurdistan-Northern Iraq in 1975. His informal studies in his home town Sulaymaniyah were focused on European literature and philosophy, learnt from available books translated into Arabic. After moving to Europe in 2002, Hiwa K studied music as a pupil of the Flamenco master Paco Peña in Rotterdam, and subsequently settled in Germany. His works escape normative aesthetics but give a possibility of another vibration to vernacular forms, oral histories (Chicago boys, 2010), modes of encounter (Cooking with Mama, 2006) and political situations (This lemon tastes of apple, 2011). He continuously critiques the art education system and the professionalization of art practice, as well as the myth of the individual artist. Hiwa K participated in various group shows such as Manifesta 7, Trient (2008), the “Edgware Road Project” at the Serpentine Gallery, London (2012), the Venice Biennale (2015) and documenta14, Kassel/Athens (2017). A selection of recent solo shows include the New Museum, NYC (2018), S.M.A.K., Ghent (2018) and Kunstverein Hannover (2018). In 2016 he received the Arnold Bode Prize and the Schering Stiftung Art Award and had a solo exhibition at KW, Berlin (2017).


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Anders Eiebakke 

07.11.2018 | 19:00 Uhr 

Anders Eiebakke (born 1970 in Oslo, Norway) was educated at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo.

Eiebakke works with Open source technology and the files and technical documentation for his 3D printed drone «Munich Dove» including build instructions will be published as public domain November 7, on the 100th year anniversary of the Munich revolution. The Munich Dove was developed as part of his contribution to Public Art Munich 2018.

Eiebakke has been operating his own Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, usually based on the shape of birds since 2007. His works reflect his background as a radical left activist and have been presented at among other Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain, The shadow of War: 100 years of Norwegian political art, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Back to Basics at Vestfossen Art Laboratory, Norway, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, The National Theatre in Oslo, Drammen museum, Norway, and Piksel 17 festival for electronic art in Bergen, Norway. His commissioned work «Seagull 1.0» from 2017 in The Norwegian Data Protection Agency was the culmination of 10 years of working with drone technology.


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Yunchul Kim

15.11.2018 | 19:00 Uhr

Akademie der Bildenden Künste München – Auditiorium

Workshop – 16.11.2018 | (Bekanntmachung nach Anmeldung) Anmeldung für Workshop: jourfixe@adbk.de

Based in Seoul, Yunchul Kim is an artist, an electroacoustic music composer, and the founder of Studio Locus Solus in Seoul. His works have been shown internationally including: ZKM, Germany; Ars Electronica, Austria; International Triennial of New media art, China; VIDA 15.0, Spain; Transmediale, Germany; ISEA, Germany; and New York Digital Salon, amongst others. Kim was the winner of the Collide International Award 2016, CERN, and was awarded the third prize at VIDA 15.0, Vida Foundation in 2013. He has received grants from renowned institutions and organisations such as Ernst Schering Foundation, Edith-Russ-Haus for Media Art. Having taught in several academic institutions, Kim was a chief researcher of research group Mattereality at the Transdisciplinary Research Program at the Korea Institute for Advanced Study. He is a member of the art and science project group Fluid Skies as well as Liquid Things, an artistic research project at the Art and Science Department of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria.

 

 

 

 

 



 

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