Grüntuch-Ernst Architects GEA LAB
Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung SWARM STUDY / IX, Umbau Hauptbahnhof Chemnitz
SWARM STUDY / IX, 4.6.-23.7. and 25.8.-17.9.2016 Info

SWARM STUDY / IX
by RANDOM INTERNATIONAL (2016)

Transformation Hauptbahnhof Chemnitz
Grüntuch Ernst Architects
Random International
Jan Bitter Fotografie

Summer break: 28. July to 20. August

4 June to 17 September 2016
Thursday to Saturday from 12 to 6 pm

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School
Auguststr. 11-13, 10117 Berlin

 

With the realisation of the integrated facade light installation Swarm Study / IX, the transformation of Chemnitz station is complete. The artwork will open at Hauptbahnhof Chemnitz in September 2016. 

UK-based artist collective Random International have created an artwork that inhabits the entire facade of Chemnitz station. The artists’ largest work to date, Swarm Study / IX translates the acrobatic efficiency of flocking birds into light.

Since 2010, Random International’s ongoing Swarm Studies have been exploring the intelligence in motion of self-organising systems through increasingly dematerialised, sensory environments. Evolving from this, Swarm Study / IX invites an experience of architecture as something animate and integrated with surrounding natural phenomena and human activity.

This exhibition presents the first documentary photography of Swarm Study / IX and Grüntuch Ernst Architects’ transformation of Chemnitz main station by German architectural photographer Jan Bitter, alongside an immersive, large-scale video projection of the artwork in situ. The history of Random International’s Swarm Studies is surveyed through the documentation of earlier, three-dimensional works in the series ranging from small-scale editions to large-scale public commissions.

Random International is a collaborative studio for experimental practice within contemporary art. Founded in 2005 by Hannes Koch (born 1975, Germany) and Florian Ortkrass (born 1975, Germany), the studio now includes a larger team in London and Berlin. Questioning aspects of identity and autonomy in the post-digital age, Random International’s work invites active participation.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Franka Hörnschemeyer, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 03, 18.3.-21.5.2016 Info

ROOM IN ROOM 03: Franka Hörnschemeyer

18 March – 21 May 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin
29 April – 1 May 2016, from 12-7 pm

 

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org
press@roominroom.org


Lecture by Hubertus Butin, on 15 April, 7 pm

on the art of Franka Hörnschemeyer
The talk will be held in German.
The artist will be present.

Curated by Susanne Schuricht
Room In Room exhibition series initiated by
Susanne Schuricht (artist) and Karsten Schubert (architect)
In collaboration with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Editorial, text: Lotte Laub – Communication: Lotte Laub, Nadja Buseck

Supported by: Paschal, Eternit, DORMA
Technical Support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL

Photo: Franka Hörnschemeyer: “BFD – bündig fluchtend dicht”, 2001, a spatial installation in the Paul-Löbe-Haus, the parliamentary office building of the German Bundestag, Berlin – Photographer: Stephan Erfurt
Courtesy: Galerie Nordenhake Berlin/Stockholm

 

Franka Hörnschemeyer’s central topic is the effect of space on our perception. Her art questions the interrelationships of architectural function and development and explores the potential of communicative processes. She de-contextualizes material from the construction industry, taking it from its original purpose and reconstructing it into new architectural forms. Formwork units that are used in the casting of concrete walls and removed in the final construction stages are stripped of their cladding and composed into new gridlike structures. Or she exposes the inner construction elements of existing architecture, thereby shifting the original spatial perception. Her revealing of these spaces is not so much an exposure of their “true essence”, but instead it is Hörnschemeyer’s performance practice with which she enables the experience of new spatial and contextual terms in an existing architectural context.

The exhibition series Room In Room, initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert, spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. It brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space.

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Franka Hörnschemeyer, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 03, 18.3.-21.5.2016 Info

ROOM IN ROOM 03: Franka Hörnschemeyer

18 March – 21 May 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin
29 April – 1 May 2016, from 12-7 pm

 

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org
press@roominroom.org


Lecture by Hubertus Butin, on 15 April, 7 pm

on the art of Franka Hörnschemeyer
The talk will be held in German.
The artist will be present.

Curated by Susanne Schuricht
Room In Room exhibition series initiated by
Susanne Schuricht (artist) and Karsten Schubert (architect)
In collaboration with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Editorial, text: Lotte Laub – Communication: Lotte Laub, Nadja Buseck

Supported by: Paschal, Eternit, DORMA
Technical Support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL

Photo: © Room In Room, Susanne Schuricht

 

Franka Hörnschemeyer’s central topic is the effect of space on our perception. Her art questions the interrelationships of architectural function and development and explores the potential of communicative processes. She de-contextualizes material from the construction industry, taking it from its original purpose and reconstructing it into new architectural forms. Formwork units that are used in the casting of concrete walls and removed in the final construction stages are stripped of their cladding and composed into new gridlike structures. Or she exposes the inner construction elements of existing architecture, thereby shifting the original spatial perception. Her revealing of these spaces is not so much an exposure of their “true essence”, but instead it is Hörnschemeyer’s performance practice with which she enables the experience of new spatial and contextual terms in an existing architectural context.

The exhibition series Room In Room, initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert, spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. It brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Franka Hörnschemeyer, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 03, 18.3.-21.5.2016 Info

ROOM IN ROOM 03: Franka Hörnschemeyer

18 March – 21 May 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin
29 April – 1 May 2016, from 12-7 pm

 

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org
press@roominroom.org


Lecture by Hubertus Butin, on 15 April, 7 pm

on the art of Franka Hörnschemeyer
The talk will be held in German.
The artist will be present.

Curated by Susanne Schuricht
Room In Room exhibition series initiated by
Susanne Schuricht (artist) and Karsten Schubert (architect)
In collaboration with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Editorial, text: Lotte Laub – Communication: Lotte Laub, Nadja Buseck

Supported by: Paschal, Eternit, DORMA
Technical Support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL

Photo: © Room In Room, Susanne Schuricht

 

Franka Hörnschemeyer’s central topic is the effect of space on our perception. Her art questions the interrelationships of architectural function and development and explores the potential of communicative processes. She de-contextualizes material from the construction industry, taking it from its original purpose and reconstructing it into new architectural forms. Formwork units that are used in the casting of concrete walls and removed in the final construction stages are stripped of their cladding and composed into new gridlike structures. Or she exposes the inner construction elements of existing architecture, thereby shifting the original spatial perception. Her revealing of these spaces is not so much an exposure of their “true essence”, but instead it is Hörnschemeyer’s performance practice with which she enables the experience of new spatial and contextual terms in an existing architectural context.

The exhibition series Room In Room, initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert, spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. It brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Franka Hörnschemeyer, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 03, 18.3.-21.5.2016 Info

ROOM IN ROOM 03: Franka Hörnschemeyer

18 March – 21 May 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin
29 April – 1 May 2016, from 12-7 pm

 

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org
press@roominroom.org


Lecture by Hubertus Butin, on 15 April, 7 pm

on the art of Franka Hörnschemeyer
The talk will be held in German.
The artist will be present.

Curated by Susanne Schuricht
Room In Room exhibition series initiated by
Susanne Schuricht (artist) and Karsten Schubert (architect)
In collaboration with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Editorial, text: Lotte Laub – Communication: Lotte Laub, Nadja Buseck

Supported by: Paschal, Eternit, DORMA
Technical Support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL

Photo: © Donat Schilling

 

Franka Hörnschemeyer’s central topic is the effect of space on our perception. Her art questions the interrelationships of architectural function and development and explores the potential of communicative processes. She de-contextualizes material from the construction industry, taking it from its original purpose and reconstructing it into new architectural forms. Formwork units that are used in the casting of concrete walls and removed in the final construction stages are stripped of their cladding and composed into new gridlike structures. Or she exposes the inner construction elements of existing architecture, thereby shifting the original spatial perception. Her revealing of these spaces is not so much an exposure of their “true essence”, but instead it is Hörnschemeyer’s performance practice with which she enables the experience of new spatial and contextual terms in an existing architectural context.

The exhibition series Room In Room, initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert, spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. It brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Franka Hörnschemeyer, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 03, 18.3.-21.5.2016 Info

ROOM IN ROOM 03: Franka Hörnschemeyer

18 March – 21 May 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

Open during Gallery Weekend Berlin
29 April – 1 May 2016, from 12-7 pm

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org
press@roominroom.org


Lecture by Hubertus Butin, on 15 April, 7 pm

on the art of Franka Hörnschemeyer
The talk will be held in German.
The artist will be present.

Curated by Susanne Schuricht
Room In Room exhibition series initiated by
Susanne Schuricht (artist) and Karsten Schubert (architect)
In collaboration with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Editorial, text: Lotte Laub – Communication: Lotte Laub, Nadja Buseck

Supported by: Paschal, Eternit, DORMA
Technical Support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL

Photo: © Donat Schilling

Franka Hörnschemeyer’s central topic is the effect of space on our perception. Her art questions the interrelationships of architectural function and development and explores the potential of communicative processes. She de-contextualizes material from the construction industry, taking it from its original purpose and reconstructing it into new architectural forms. Formwork units that are used in the casting of concrete walls and removed in the final construction stages are stripped of their cladding and composed into new gridlike structures. Or she exposes the inner construction elements of existing architecture, thereby shifting the original spatial perception. Her revealing of these spaces is not so much an exposure of their “true essence”, but instead it is Hörnschemeyer’s performance practice with which she enables the experience of new spatial and contextual terms in an existing architectural context.

The exhibition series Room In Room, initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert, spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. It brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects GEA Lab
pARCours, Architektur im Dialog, 26.2.2016 Info

SCHULE ALS BILDUNGSORT IM WANDEL

26. Februar 2016, 15 Uhr
Ehemalige Jüdische Mädchenschule, Berlin
Auguststraße 11-13
10117 Berlin-Mitte
(S-Bhf. Oranienburger Str.)

Programm:

15 Uhr: Einführung und Begrüßung
Kurz-Vortrag mit Bildern
Zeitgenössische Schulen in England
Dr. Katharina Borsi, Universität Nottingham

15.30 Uhr: Vortrag in deutscher Sprache
Almut Grüntuch-Ernst, Berlin
mit anschließender Diskussion

16.45 Uhr: Rundgang durch die ehemalige Schule,
heute Galeriehaus

17.30 Uhr: Kaffee- und Snackpause

18 Uhr: Vortrag in englischer Sprache
Esa Ruskeepää, Helsinki
mit anschließender Diskussion
Ausklang bei Wein und Brezeln

Programmflyer

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Oystein Aasan, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 02, 29.1.-20.2.2016 Info

Øystein Aasan

29 January – 20 February 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

 

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org


Artist talk, on 6 February, begin 7pm

Led by Andreas Schlaegel
The talk will be held in English

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert
Curated by Susanne Schuricht
In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA
Photo: © Room In Room

 

Room In Room spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. Starting in March, Room In Room will exhibit works by Franka Hörnschemeyer.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomInRoom, Oystein Aasan, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room 02, 29.1.-20.2.2016 Info

Øystein Aasan

29 January – 20 February 2016
Thursday – Saturday 12-6 pm

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org


Artist talk, on 6 February, begin 7pm

Led by Andreas Schlaegel
The talk will be held in English

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert
Curated by Susanne Schuricht
In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA
Photo: © Room In Room

Room In Room spans a conceptual bridge from architecture to architecture-related art. Starting in March, Room In Room will exhibit works by Franka Hörnschemeyer.

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomNRoom, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room, 17.7.-12.12.2015 Info

The exhibition Room in Room brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space. The exposition shows works by Jan Bitter, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Axel Hütte, Veronika Kellndorfer, Carsten Krohn, Kirstin Rogge, Philipp Schaerer, Susanne Schuricht, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Sinta Werner.

Room in Room
17 July – 12 December 2015

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert

In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects and frontviews

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA, FSB
technical support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL

 

In order to discuss the subject of the exhibition, there were theoretical talks and panels:

artist talk
presented by Svenja von Reichenbach (Director Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle) and Arthur de Ganay (Photography collection Arthur de Ganay)

Room and Scene
Filmscreening Peter Welz: Casa Malaparte – Discussion with Peter Welz and Marc Glöde

Room and Form
Karsten Schubert: Spatial impressions and expression forms – Modeling of space through architectural form – Discussion with Jasper Cepl, Hans Kollhoff, Uwe Schröder

Room and Image
Cora Waschke: Perspective as a view – On the relationship between architecture and photography in modernity – Discussion with Bernd Bess, Armand Grüntuch, Ulrich Müller

Room and Reality
Stephan Günzel: The reality of space – Discussion with Jörg H. Gleiter and Ludwig Seyfarth

Room and Meaning
Poetic moments in architecture – Lecture, dialogue, discussion: Albert Kirchengast and Jörn Köppler

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomNRoom, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room, 17.7.-12.12.2015 Info

The exhibition Room in Room brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space. The exposition shows works by Jan Bitter, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Axel Hütte, Veronika Kellndorfer, Carsten Krohn, Kirstin Rogge, Philipp Schaerer, Susanne Schuricht, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Sinta Werner.

Room in Room
17 July – 12 December 2015

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert

In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects and frontviews

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA, FSB
Technical support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL
Photo: © Room In Room, Jan Bitter

 

In order to discuss the subject of the exhibition, there were theoretical talks and panels:

artist talk
presented by Svenja von Reichenbach (Director Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle) and Arthur de Ganay (Photography collection Arthur de Ganay)

Room and Scene
Filmscreening Peter Welz: Casa Malaparte – Discussion with Peter Welz and Marc Glöde

Room and Form
Karsten Schubert: Spatial impressions and expression forms – Modeling of space through architectural form – Discussion with Jasper Cepl, Hans Kollhoff, Uwe Schröder

Room and Image
Cora Waschke: Perspective as a view – On the relationship between architecture and photography in modernity – Discussion with Bernd Bess, Armand Grüntuch, Ulrich Müller

Room and Reality
Stephan Günzel: The reality of space – Discussion with Jörg H. Gleiter and Ludwig Seyfarth

Room and Meaning
Poetic moments in architecture – Lecture, dialogue, discussion: Albert Kirchengast and Jörn Köppler

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects GEA Lab
Room In Room, 17.7.-12.12.2015 Info

The exhibition Room in Room brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space. The exposition shows works by Jan Bitter, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Axel Hütte, Veronika Kellndorfer, Carsten Krohn, Kirstin Rogge, Philipp Schaerer, Susanne Schuricht, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Sinta Werner.

Room in Room
17 July – 12 December 2015

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert

In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects and frontviews

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA, FSB
Technical support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL
Photo: © Room In Room, Jan Bitter

 

In order to discuss the subject of the exhibition, there were theoretical talks and panels:

artist talk
presented by Svenja von Reichenbach (Director Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle) and Arthur de Ganay (Photography collection Arthur de Ganay)

Room and Scene
Filmscreening Peter Welz: Casa Malaparte – Discussion with Peter Welz and Marc Glöde

Room and Form
Karsten Schubert: Spatial impressions and expression forms – Modeling of space through architectural form – Discussion with Jasper Cepl, Hans Kollhoff, Uwe Schröder

Room and Image
Cora Waschke: Perspective as a view – On the relationship between architecture and photography in modernity – Discussion with Bernd Bess, Armand Grüntuch, Ulrich Müller

Room and Reality
Stephan Günzel: The reality of space – Discussion with Jörg H. Gleiter and Ludwig Seyfarth

Room and Meaning
Poetic moments in architecture – Lecture, dialogue, discussion: Albert Kirchengast and Jörn Köppler

 

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects GEA Lab
Room In Room, 17.7.-12.12.2015 Info

The exhibition Room in Room brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space. The exposition shows works by Jan Bitter, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Axel Hütte, Veronika Kellndorfer, Carsten Krohn, Kirstin Rogge, Philipp Schaerer, Susanne Schuricht, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Sinta Werner.

Room in Room
17 July – 12 December 2015

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert

In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects and frontviews

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA, FSB
Technical support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL
Photo: © Room In Room, Jan Bitter

 

In order to discuss the subject of the exhibition, there were theoretical talks and panels:

artist talk
presented by Svenja von Reichenbach (Director Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle) and Arthur de Ganay (Photography collection Arthur de Ganay)

Room and Scene
Filmscreening Peter Welz: Casa Malaparte – Discussion with Peter Welz and Marc Glöde

Room and Form
Karsten Schubert: Spatial impressions and expression forms – Modeling of space through architectural form – Discussion with Jasper Cepl, Hans Kollhoff, Uwe Schröder

Room and Image
Cora Waschke: Perspective as a view – On the relationship between architecture and photography in modernity – Discussion with Bernd Bess, Armand Grüntuch, Ulrich Müller

Room and Reality
Stephan Günzel: The reality of space – Discussion with Jörg H. Gleiter and Ludwig Seyfarth

Room and Meaning
Poetic moments in architecture – Lecture, dialogue, discussion: Albert Kirchengast and Jörn Köppler

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomNRoom, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room, 17.7.-12.12.2015 Info

The exhibition Room in Room brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space. The exposition shows works by Jan Bitter, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Axel Hütte, Veronika Kellndorfer, Carsten Krohn, Kirstin Rogge, Philipp Schaerer, Susanne Schuricht, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Sinta Werner.

Room in Room
17 July – 12 December 2015

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert

In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects and frontviews

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA, FSB
Technical support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL
Photo: © Room In Room

 

In order to discuss the subject of the exhibition, there were theoretical talks and panels:

artist talk
presented by Svenja von Reichenbach (Director Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle) and Arthur de Ganay (Photography collection Arthur de Ganay)

Room and Scene
Filmscreening Peter Welz: Casa Malaparte – Discussion with Peter Welz and Marc Glöde

Room and Form
Karsten Schubert: Spatial impressions and expression forms – Modeling of space through architectural form – Discussion with Jasper Cepl, Hans Kollhoff, Uwe Schröder

Room and Image
Cora Waschke: Perspective as a view – On the relationship between architecture and photography in modernity – Discussion with Bernd Bess, Armand Grüntuch, Ulrich Müller

Room and Reality
Stephan Günzel: The reality of space – Discussion with Jörg H. Gleiter and Ludwig Seyfarth

Room and Meaning
Poetic moments in architecture – Lecture, dialogue, discussion: Albert Kirchengast and Jörn Köppler

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Grüntuch-Ernst Architects Ausstellung RoomNRoom, Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Room In Room, 17.7.-12.12.2015 Info

The exhibition Room in Room brings together positions from photography, architecture and installation in a negotiation of the view into, onto and through space. The exposition shows works by Jan Bitter, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Axel Hütte, Veronika Kellndorfer, Carsten Krohn, Kirstin Rogge, Philipp Schaerer, Susanne Schuricht, Hiroshi Sugimoto and Sinta Werner.

Room in Room
17 July – 12 December 2015

Grüntuch Ernst Lab
Former Jewish Girls’ School (3rd floor left)
Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin

roominroom.org

Initiated by Susanne Schuricht and Karsten Schubert

In cooperation with Grüntuch Ernst Architects and frontviews

Supported by: Eternit, DORMA, FSB
Technical support: ROCKNROLL RENTAL
Photo: © Grüntuch Ernst, Elke Stamm

 

In order to discuss the subject of the exhibition, there were theoretical talks and panels:

artist talk
presented by Svenja von Reichenbach (Director Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle) and Arthur de Ganay (Photography collection Arthur de Ganay)

Room and Scene
Filmscreening Peter Welz: Casa Malaparte – Discussion with Peter Welz and Marc Glöde

Room and Form
Karsten Schubert: Spatial impressions and expression forms – Modeling of space through architectural form – Discussion with Jasper Cepl, Hans Kollhoff, Uwe Schröder

Room and Image
Cora Waschke: Perspective as a view – On the relationship between architecture and photography in modernity – Discussion with Bernd Bess, Armand Grüntuch, Ulrich Müller

Room and Reality
Stephan Günzel: The reality of space – Discussion with Jörg H. Gleiter and Ludwig Seyfarth

Room and Meaning
Poetic moments in architecture – Lecture, dialogue, discussion: Albert Kirchengast and Jörn Köppler

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