Featuring: WERKHAUS MÜNZVIERTEL ZIEMLICH SCHÖNE AUSSICHTEN RAP!FUGEES HAMBURG OPENING/PERFORMANCE WEDNESDAY JULY 4TH 2018 – 1 9.00 H. SPECIAL THANKS TO: Doro Carl, Torsten Bruch,Henriette von Enckevort, Ariel Gentalen, Jan Holler, Jan Köchermann, Karin Missy […]
In 2015, German chancellor Angela Merkel officially opened the border for vast numbers of asylum-seekers escaping war and persecution in countries including Syria and Iraq who were flooding into Southern Europe. Despite concern from German […]
Das Bewußstsein über Migration als grundlegende Basis in der Entwicklung von Städten wird mit zunehmendem Nationalbewusstsein und menschenverachtenden Abgrenzungen immer wichtiger.Chicago, bekannt als City of Neighborhoods ist ein Melting Pot, in dem sich die Welt trifft.Zwischen kultureller Vielfalt […]
Artist in Residence – A Port Journey Exchange with San Diego, USA
As far as a line— can signify subjective movement, intimate rhythm, or serve to abstract notions of space, we needn’t prematurely hold such characteristics accountable for engendering expectations of individuality.
Artist in Residence – A Port Journey Exchange with Zounohana Terrace/Yokohama
All rivers are connected to the ocean. We all share the ocean with all creatures on earth. The human life, various cultures, histories and also battles began in waterside, and our ancestors lived a simple way of life when people didn’t have any borders of countries.
Artist in Residence – A Port Journey Exchange with FORUM BOX Helsinki and FRISE Hamburg. November/December 2017
“My current paintings take us into the midst of the plastic soup that we swim in. The sky is still blue, but we are choking in the useless material boiling away in our seas and on our shores. We let it go down the drain. (…)”
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE FOR THE HAMBURG-INDIA-WEEK 2017 – PARTICIPATING ARTIST OF „LINKED ANGLES – ARTIST CONVERSATIONS ON CULTURAL EMANCIPATION“ – WITH ANISH AHLUWALIA, ANDREA BECKER-WEIMANN AND ANKE MELLIN
ANISH AHLUWALIA is an artist, writer and filmmaker. He lives and works in New Delhi, India. He has exhibited his works in solo and group exhibitions in New Delhi, Mumbai, London and Budapest. He has participated in various international artist’s residencies in India and abroad producing site specific installations and performance based photographic works.
FRISE Artists In Residence – September 2017
„Seit 2009 beschäftige ich mich mit der Raum-Harmonielehre von Rudolf Laban und seiner Kinetografie, auch Labanotation genannt. Mir geht es in den Arbeiten, die dazu entstanden sind, um Bewegung im Raum, deren Darstellung in der Fläche und im Raum und um ein Begreifen von Raum.
FRISE Artists In Residence – August 2017
This is where it begins. Drawn to the center between the peripheries of land and water, we enter into a strange ceremony of fearful fascination, automatic administration of clearcut chaos, a deep void of wild autonomous capitalism. Aborted commitment of open doors to the world, we turn around, turn again and again, finding no entrance, no exit, we adhere to the front.
UNFAMILIAR TIES // HYPERCULTURAL CONVERSATIONS:
Re-examining a heritage of disaster sensed in the the smooth Elbe river bricks of Hamburg back in 2014, Rebecca returns to FRISE with a project that begins to stitch together pieces of a personal history—beginning with hand-processed leather from two American deer hides and a pattern traced out of her grandfather’s personal monument, his WW2 bomber jacket.
“I mostly work with images and the ‘inner self’ of the image”.
Artist in Residence of FRISE – Künstlerhaus Hamburg e.V. – A cooperation with Darvin Art Space/Busan.
The work of Hyun-chul Song reminds us to reconsider the definition of art and readymade. the artist song escapes from the mundane routine that comes from inert thought, yet sees ang interprets the readymades or the ordinary objects through reproduction and combination with a little more of the new perspective.
Artist in Residence for the Altonale 2017 Maaike Knibbe uses both familiar and unfamiliar materials and objects as components for sculptures and spatial interventions. By rearranging and mixing their connotations she creates settings with […]
Volkers is using Ecological Space Engineering as a tool to demonstrate the dualism in our global society and reflects on the ecological crisis, technology, politics, war and the role of human beings. In 2016 Jos Volkers had received a starter stipend from Creative Industries Fund NL, to develop on his concept. This resulted in a plan to build a V2 rocket in Romania,
Hypercultural Conversations on Artellewa Art Space / – Giza – Egypt. Activation of dialogue between artists and society. Hamdy Reda is a visual artist and curator. He is the founder and the managing director of “artellewa” – space for contemporary arts. Hamdy Reda is member of art syndicate of Egypt, Cairo Atelier, National and Arabian group for Culture policies.
Another Port Journey Exchange and our premiere artist in residence from Island – together with the artist Hekla Dögg Jónsdóttir and the art space Kling og Bang we start an exchange with artists from Reykjavík. First to come is […]
Hyper Cultural Messengers – Reise-Stipendium
Künstlerische Reise-Forschung zu Orten und Ländern abseits der globalisierten Hauptwege von Kunst und Kultur.
FRISE- Künstlerhaus Hamburg e.V. schreibt im Rahmen des Projekts Hyper Cultural Passengers, finanziert mit Mitteln des Elbkultur-Fonds, 2017 drei Reisestipendien für Künstler*innen aus Hamburg aus.
Guest Artist for the Hamburg CHINATIME 2016 For a period of four weeks, the artist Zhenchen Liu worked together with Torsten Bruch, in the pursuit of interpreting each other’s different perspectives. This ‘Conversation-Art-Process’ was documented and presented […]
TRACING HYPER PASSAGES / GUIDED TOURS THROUGH HAMBURG with Micheal Olokodana, Printer and Till Krause, Artist, Galerie für Landschaftskunst Taking a walk, following two monumental city axis, one of state sovereignity, one of economy, erring around […]
Looking for Changes | Revisiting Tour. – In 2010, the Academy of Another City created a temporary Art Route across Hamburg called “Looking for Changes” along the S-Bahn line 3, which connects the north and the south of the city.
TRACING HYPER PASSAGES / GUIDED TOURS THROUGH HAMBURG All over the world a government sometimes clashes with society. Artists can start the clash or come up with a solution for it! In this tour we […]
Tim Schwartz (b. 1981 Boston, Massachusetts) is a Los Angeles-based artist, technologist, and activist who makes works of art focused on technology, information, privacy, and how our culture absorbs changes in these areas.
PARTICIPATING ARTIST OF THE EXHIBITION “THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME”, PORT JOURNEY MEETING 2016 About my work: The story, the narrative, forms the center of my work. This can be explicit and unfolding in an […]
In the Arabic language, every noun and name is gendered, and so everything becomes personified merely because the nature of the language deems it so. And so, Amman is identified as feminine, carrying with it all the nuances that are associated with gender.
PARTICIPATING ARTIST OF THE EXHIBITION “THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME”, PORT JOURNEY MEETING 2016 Jaime Ibanez designs his own systems which are related to cinema, theatre and music. These are “primitive” animations, installations, theatre […]
For ‘FRISE Atonale Special’ four young artists from Istanbul / Maltepe came to Altona. Currently, all Masters students are at Yeditepe University, which is located on the Asian side of Istanbul. Brought along the artists have drawings, paintings and video works.
MEMBER OF THE HYCP CREW
Dr. Heidi Salaverría is a philosopher, lecturer, and performance artist, born in 1969 in Caracas, Venezuela, living in Hamburg, Germany.
MEMBER OF THE HYCP CREW
Chrisdian Wittenburg, geb. 1965 in Hamburg, Künstler/Aktivist zum Thema „Behinderung“
MEMBER OF THE HYCP CREW
Michael Kress, is a conceptual artist, born in 1964, in Munich, Germany, living in Hamburg. The focus of his work is semiotics and language as a normative moment in the construction of a media-identity.
Thomas Füsser einwirft Bilder einer chinesischen Innenansicht aus einer intensiven Nähe zu den Künstlern und ihrer Kunst. Ein Portrait einer rasenden Zeit, ein Stück chinesische-, ein Stück Welt-Kunstgeschichte.
MEMBER OF THE HYCP CREW
Torsten Bruch (b. 1973) is a visual and acting artist born in Hannover, Germany. He is now living in Hamburg.
First to come as a HyCPassengers was Jaime Ibanez from Groningen/Netherlands. He stayed in Hamburg at FRSIE AiR form March to April 2016. Jaime comes from an art background, but stages his works in theatre and […]