They almost look like sushi and icecubes. Little cubes and objects made of film and paper – and folded by artist Yoko Suzuki-Kämmerer. She, together with Heike Kehres-Woost, Sylvia Ruppert and Dietmar Paetzold, is one of four artists presenting their diverse works at a Cologne art space. “For me it is about lines,” explains Yoko Suzuki-Kämmerer who utilizes Japanese techniques of folding paper and foil. A process that … Continue reading ART EXHIBITION: Japanese influences, blurred photographs and the color red
This exhibition also is about the genesis of the paintings – showing the collages, cut from magazines, such as the american LIFE-Magazin, and drafts James Rosenquist created before taking his work to the final dimension.
“Nowadays you need a hashtag,” says Carsten Heisterkamp, curator of the 2017 exhibition of Düsseldorfs festival for digital art “die digitale” – a festival created and invented by Werner Pillig and Peter Witt. This year’s overall theme: #LowTechArt. (reported by Lars Göllnitz) Continue reading #PHOTO: OPENING OF 2017’s DIE DIGITALE-FESTIVAL FOR DIGITAL ART