International 2008 Archives
Peace and agriculture in a pre-
Haunch of Venison, Berlin (Germany)
Haunch of Venison Berlin is delighted to announce a groundbreaking exhibition of video and sculptural installations that re-
Through the work of eight selected artists the exhibition will offer different interpretations of landscape today, rather through the traditional medium of painting: digital landscape, political and industrial landscape, romantic landscape, spiritual landscape and the imitated landscape.
Among selected works in the exhibition is a serie of photographs entitled Liquidation, by Israeli-
German artist Stefanie Bühler (b. 1976) has a playful approach to nature. "Puddles" created from earth, stone and epoxy resin, is representative of her quirky interpretation of all things "natural" and her experiments with indoor and outdoor space, where she invites the onlooker to suspend disbelief.
Mariele Neudecker, a UK-
Exhibition 5 September -
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Raised in Bulgaria, artist Ergin Cavusoglu (b. 1968) creates video installations that symbolise the complex and ever-
Acclaimed American artist Takeshi Murata (b. 1974) can almost be described as an electronic painter. Inspired by images from films, Murata digitally reworks thousands of film stills, layering them to create a digitalised landscape where the viewer is drawn into a culminating 21st century space.
Installation and sculptural artist Via Lewandowsky (b. 1963) creates unique works embedded with social comment. For this exhibition the Berlin-
James Ireland (b. 1977) combines minimalism with representional structures that embody modern day landscape in the simplest form. The matérials he uses, such as steel, glass and plastic have no natural reference. The polished steel elements he creates stand alone as cold structures yet are filled cith contrasts with the harshness of the other materials and from a traditional subject evolves a stimulating contemporary work.
Swiss artist Jules Spinatsch (b. 1964) uses surveillance technology to create a political landscape in his panoramic encapsulation of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Chapter 4 is from his multi-