Collage, velum, found string, photograph
CALL AND RESPONSE PROJECT
(as part of the exhibition of A Place in a New World)
Destination: PENA LINEA DE COSTA, CADIZ, SPAIN
Exhibition: A Place in a New World
Ways of understanding Place
This collaboration was structured as an ongoing conversation across art forms,
using text and visual response. Each visual work is a response to a text
provocation. Each piece text after first, responds to the visual piece. Together
we have considered how to communicate, understand and translate notions of place across art forms.
all found materials including plastic, twine, shells, glass off shore of Cadiz, Spain 25x35
plastic found objects, wire, string,
ocean rocks, string found plastic, clay
BIENNIAL OF NEGLECTED FORMS - BI3 KH PROJECT
Destination: DAS KLOHAUSCHEN, MUNICH, GERMANY
Kuratorin Dr. Susanne Schmitt
Raum Rasso Rottenfusser
Biennaleleitung Anja Uhlig & das KloHäuschen
At every step we stumble over forms of life flora, fauna, funghi, and others that seem unloved and neglected and appear to be neither beautiful nor useful. They are irritating, tidious, even dangerous or simply spoil the view. But unloved forms of the living animals, plants and others are also those who are simply ignored, excluded from care and attention. They do not spoil the view; they never even get into the focus of attention.
Take a Chance on Me Collaboration with American/German Musician and Performance Artist, JJ Jones (http://www.jjjones.de)
interactive mapping of Cadiz
UNBEKANNTES LAND PROJECT
Destination: GALERI GEDOK, MUNICH, GERMANY
A 6-month process to prepare and investigate the effects of a new world in
the Anthropocene and what the Unknown Land would possibly result in.
The project includes a collaborative project, exhibition and performance in
Munich Germany in cooperation with the International Künstlerhaus Villa
Waldberta of Munich (http://www.villa-waldberta.de)
Exhibition: Myrna Pronchuk, Sabine Schlunk, Patricia Earnhardt
Collaborative Performance: The Anthropozen Girls: Myrna Pronchuk, Sabine Schlunk, Patricia Earnhardt, Greta Moder, Iris Kleinschmidt.
Unbekanntes Land Overview:
Die Ausstellung „Unbekanntes Land“ stellt die Hybris des Menschen und seiner scheinbaren Allmacht gegenüber der Natur kritisch in Frage und entwickelt Szenarien alternativer Denk- und Handlungsoptionen.
"Investigation into unknown land and transformation with humankind, considering Kristeva's Abject, Jean-Luc Nancy views of civilization and meanings of existence: encounters of environment, epistemologies and aesthetics."
UNBEKANNTES LAND PROJECT
The Exhibition: Galerie GEDOK
fish net, ropes twisted together and knotted with Bowline, Butterfly Knot, Carrick Bend, Mooring Hitch, Anchor Bend, Heaving Knot and Zeppelin Bend.
The Exhibition: A Place in a New World
Water and sanitation facts produced by the World Health Organization 2015 state that 1 in 10 people have access to safe water, 1 in 3 people lack access to a toilet – which the World Health Organization states as being the number one global risk impact to society. Along with a world water crisis, media reports a serious condom crisis. In Venezuela’s collapsed economy, condoms are very difficult and expensive to obtain. Condoms in Venezuela are reported as being as high as $755 per pack in the marketplace, creating a concern where people are taking “a chance” in sexual activity and accountability. As a human species, consuming and expelling in an organism-driven world, accountability and “taking a chance” play an important role in our survival. Type your paragraph here.
The AnthropoZen Girls
Myrna Pronchuk, Patricia Earnhardt, Sabine Schlunk, Greta Moder, Iris Kleinschmidt
acrylic, found cupboard door, plastic debris from beach 17x17
Found items at the shore of the water in used tuna can and found drawing of ship
cadenza del corazon
Children kingdom, elderly/reduced immobility; gentlemen
Hydrophone (microphone wrapped in condom) in a glass vibration of JJ Jones partial recording of "Take a Chance on Me" from the mp3 attached to the glass
Mapping markers of Cadiz : Sense of Place
found objects 80x70
Here, the twisting streets all lead to the ocean..eventually
when all the fish in the sea have been caught
Sunflowers bow your head; your spherical god is too high to follow through the blue