Project of AQUARIUM COMPAGNIE connected to the French program DIS MOI DIX MOTS
In the line with
Dis moi dix mots au fil de l'eau 2020 - a program of ministry of culture / France - Aquarium Compagnie presents the work of the artists participating in the project.
The aim of this new project that highlights issues related to water is to get everyone quenching their thirst for words. Because it reassures, disturbs, comforts, inspires, delights, soothes, water is ever present in our lives, a blessing to all humanity. Words closely or remotely referring to water are infinitely rich.
Ten are proposed here, as it might be invitations to travel, reflection, pleasure, poetry. Dive in, immerse yourself in it.
A n n e g r e t H e i n l presents:
De Plouf à Ruisseler • Von Platsch bis Rinnen • From splash to Flow
Four essays about a visual interpretation of the terms:
Three digital drawings (1 - 3) and a short video film (4).
Every word is able to open a wide spectrum of imaginations and views. The relationship between language, writing and image involves astonishing chances to understand meaning and importance of a term in its diverse aspects visually.
R U B B E R S T A M P A R T 25. 01. - 23. 02. 2020 in Junín
Buenos Aires, Argentina
In 2018, HOTEL DADA published 2 issues devoted to rubber stamp activity: HOTEL DADA 12, entitled RUBBER STAMP ART, an large theoretical approach about the theme, and HOTEL DADA 13, RUBBER STAMP ALBUM, an anthological volume which It includes the original stamps art of several international artists. Now, beside the opening a new physical space, we are proud to introduce an international exhibition of rubber stamp. We hope these exhibition constitutes a contribution to the dissemination and recognition of the art of rubber stamps.
A n n e g r e t H e i n l Cologne Cathedral rubber-stamped 2020
W o h i n g e h t d i e R e i s e ? A l l e s i s t W e c h s e l w i r k u n g 24. 01. - 21. 02. 2020 Kooperation mit dem Bonner Künstlerforum Leonhard Angerer • Darja Eßer • Sibylle Feucht • Christine Gallmetzer • Thomas Grandi