FRÜHER 16,00 - JETZT NUR NOCH 5,00
What roles play gender and other factors in the reception of art and its production? How does the chromosome of art make its presence felt? Some works explicitly portray the gender and the associated roles, and take a playful approach with these ascriptions. Others are more associative in their approach to the complex subject. An interest in physicality and identities is consistently present.
This book accompanies the exhibition and extends beyond it at the same time. It refers to the artistic-sociological, historical and media discourses related to the subject, and is therefore not an exhaustive documentation of the exhibited works, but rather establishes a dialogue with them as text and image components.
The project is a collaboration with curator Alex de Vries and artists from Holland.
Participants: Eike Berg, Birthe Blauth, Daniela Comani, Nezaket Ekici, Expedition Medora, Anna Frydman, Katharina Gaenssler, Patricija Gilyte, Julie Hayward, Rosemin Hendriks, Jan Hoek, Yuliia Koval, Christoph Lammers, Albert Lohr, Peggy Meinfelder, Monaconomad, Jans Muskee, Hester Oerlemans, Gregor Passens, Stijn Peeters, Peter Reill, Jacobien de Rooij, Rasso Rottenfusser, Andreas Rumland, Charlotte Schleiffert, Peter Senoner, Anja Sijben, Emö Simonyi, Alexander Steig, Susanne Thiemann, Stefanie Trojan, Maurice van Es, Lotte van Lieshout, Dries Verhoeven, Susanne Wagner, Felix Weinold, Anna Witt u.a.
Albert Coers/Alex de Vries (Ed.): Faktor X - das Chromosom der Kunst. With contributions by Larissa Kikol, Siri Hustvedt, Niña Weijers, Daniel Hornuff, Jörg Scheller, Albert Coers, Eva-Maria Troelenberg, Dorothea Frigo, Alex de Vries
Published on the occasion of the 3rd Artists' Biennial, Haus der Kunst Munich, 29.7.-24.9.2017