Spotlight: Angela Bulloch
This week for our Spotlight we present Angela Bulloch's Pentagon Totem: Tree, 2020⠀
Pentagon Totem: Tree is the latest development in Angela Bulloch's ongoing series of sculptures. The work consists of five assembled geometrical figures known as regular dodecahedrons (each figure is made of 12 pentagons).⠀
Angela Bulloch's series of sculptures examines the connections formed by the convex geometrical shapes of their structure, together with their associations of colors and the gallery space. Made of painted Corian, the surface of the vertically assembled dodecahedrons creates an optical illusion of pushing and pulling planes. Conceived and designed within a digital imaging program, each superimposed module appears distinct while at the same time relating to the others.⠀
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All Accesshaubrok foundation, Fahrbereitschaft, Berlin
All Access is a new series of online visits to exhibitions that are currently closed to the public. As museums and galleries around the world remain closed, the series takes us into these spaces with the artists and curators as guides.
For the first All Access, Jeanne Tremsal introduces her exhibition at FAHRBEREITSCHAFT together with Christopher Roth.
FAHRBEREITSCHAFT in Berlin-Lichtenberg is one of the locations of the Haubrok foundation. In changing exhibition spaces throughout the dynamic arts and industrial yard, the foundation shows works from its collection, from artists working on site, or from guest curators and artists.
The exhibition Mein Vater, meine Nachbarn, meine Freunde und deren Freunde was curated by Jeanne Tremsal around the work of her father, Benoit. Their father-daughter relationship was always centered on art, and upon finding out that he had a terminal illness, Jeanne initiated an exhibition that responded to Benoit’s tree sculptures. The title refers to the community of artists that contributed responses to the trees: neighbors, friends, and their friends.
und deren Freunde
with Angela Bulloch, Isa Melsheimer, and Christopher Roth
haubrok foundation, Fahrbereitschaft, Berlin
Angela Bulloch at Museum Art. PlusMuseum Art. Plus, Donaueschingen October 17, 2019 – November 17, 2019 www.museum-art-plus.com
Complementing the Donaueschingen Music Festival, Museum Art.Plus is showing works by Angela Bulloch in the 2-Raum. Bulloch will present a number of sound-activated drawing machines that respond to the sound of music.
More information can be found HERE.
Book Launch and Artist Talk with Angela BullochEsther Schipper Bookstore, Berlin May 16, 2019, 5 – 7 pm
Euclid in Europe
Published by Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2019
Thursday May 16, 2019, 5 – 7 pm
Angela Bulloch in conversation with Dr. Isabelle Moffat
Esther Schipper Bookstore
Thursday May 16, 2019, 5.30 pm
Concert with Angela Bulloch and Karin SanderAkademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg, Berlin April 28, 2019, 7 pm www.adk.de
Music for Future Images
Concert with Angela Bulloch and Karin Sander
Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg, Berlin
April 28, 2019, 7 pm
BPA // Berlin Program for Artists mentored by Angela BullochITALIC, Beach Office and FRAGILE, Berlin Through March 11, 2019 www.berlinprogramforartists.org
BPA facilitates exchange between emerging and experienced Berlin-based artists, through coordinated studio visits and meetings.
Myth, Music & ElectricityHerkulessaal, Residenstraße 1, 80333 Munich November 29, 8pm www.artgeneve.ch
artgenève presents, Myth, Music and Electricity, part of “contemporary art as concert”, a series of events focused on musical and ephemeral works by artists invited by Augustin Maurs.
This event will take place at Munich's Herkulessaal and plays with the adventurous and puzzling construction of myths. The concert hall will host a series of musical and perfomative works, including a bass guitar ensemble by Angela Bulloch and performances by Karin Sander.
Admission: 8 EUR / 12 EUR
Angela Bulloch & David Grubbs: The Wired SalutationMuseu Serralves, Serralves Auditorium, Porto October 26, 2017, 10pm–11:30pm www.serralves.ptThe Wired Salutation results from a collaboration between Angela Bulloch and composer and musician David Grubbs.Bulloch sets into motion the process by which images and ideas degrade–decline, simplify–while expanding to encompass video, live performance, and a composition for theatre lighting, taking the audience on a trip inside the image. David Grubbs stresses and strains an initially coherent piece of music until its constituent parts agree to peacefully disassemble. The live musical component is undertaken by a group featuring Grubbs (electric guitar and voice) and Italian musicians Andrea Belfi (drums and electronics) and Stefano Pilia (electric guitar).Find more about this event here
Duet With Artists: with Angela Bulloch, Rodney Graham, Pierre Huyghe, and Tino SehgalMuseum Morsbroich, Leverkusen Through August 27, 2017 www.museum-morsbroich.de