October 29, 2022 – March 16, 2023
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A long-term social media project in in which all web colors, that are defined by name, have been divided into single monochrome images and are now published with one post per day on a separate Instagram account.

Supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media within the program Neustart Kultur Modul D – Digitale Vermittlungsformate ︎


Group show
December 8, 2022 – December 18, 2022
Albertinum Dresden ︎

Grit Aulitzky, Melo Börner, Mark Dion, Lucie Freynhagen, Rosi Gibbens, Martin Honert, Tobi Keck, Nadja Kurz, Anna Leonhardt, Jonas Lewek, Stephanie Lüning, Wilhelm Mundt, Johanna Rüggen, Tai Shani, Suzanne Treister, Andreas Ullrich, Wayan Upadana, Andre Wagner 

Group show
November 26, 2022 – January 21, 2023
Kunstverein Meißen ︎

Hjördis Baacke, Dana Berg, Uwe Beyer, Nori Blume, Julia Boswank, Gudrun Brückel, Ursula Susanne Buchart, Nicolás Dupont, Michaela Egdmann, Sylvia Fenk, Tony Franz, Else Gold, Susanne Hampe, Marlet Heckhoff, Thomas Hellinger, Roland Hensel, Anja Herzog, Gerit Höfig, Frenzy Höhne, Nari Jo, Ulrich Jungermann, Anna Kasten, Cornelia Konheiser, Stefan Krauth, Reinhard Krehl, Antje Krohn, Jens Küster, Stephanie Laeger, Hanne Lange, Markus Lange, Dagmar Langer, Bart Lefebure, Jonas Lewek, Katharina Lewonig, Steffen Lipski, Klara Meinhardt, Michael Merkel, Michaela Möller, Larissa Mühlrath, Soyoung Park, dape, Anita Rempe, Robert Richter, Daniel Rode, Theresa Rothe, Josefine Schulz, Miles Sjoegren, Tobias Stengel, André Tempel, Doris Titze, Falk
Töpfer, Hartmut Trache, Ruth Unger, Alexandra Wegbahn, Theresa Wenzel, Lisa Wölfel

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A photo series that focuses on the trial and simultaneous failure to approach inconceivable events. Twenty-one satellite images show the actual sites of massacres from various genocides and comparable events of the 20th century from different regions of the world.

The purely technical method of capturing the images from the extreme distance of space seemingly ensures a maximum of objectivity. Although any attempt at artistic creation is avoided, the unusual perspective unintentionally creates images with aesthetic qualities. By juxtaposing the various events with very different backgrounds, but also crucial commonalities, the universality of the subject is shown.

Funded by the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony