Alptraum curated by Marcus Sendlinger/Fernando Rascón - Ismael de Anda III / Artist - Los Angeles, CA
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Alptraum curated by Marcus Sendlinger/Fernando Rascón

Alptraum curated by Marcus Sendlinger/Fernando Rascón

La Estación Arte Contemporáneo 

Calle Juan Aldama 1002, Zona Centro II, 31000 Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico 

Phone:+52 614 410 7216 

 

ALPTRAUM  

219 Artists / 16 Countries
El título está inspirado en las pinturas del artista Suizo Johann- Heinrich Fussli (1741 Zurich – 1825 London), quién pintó distintas versiones de “Incubus“(Nachtmahr). El creó un mundo de sueños y visiones subjetivas inspiradas en historias de fantasmas.
 

ABOUT:

The title of the wandering exhibition was inspired by the paintings of the Swiss artist Johann- Heinrich Fussli (1741 Zurich – 1825 London) who painted different versions of “Incubus” (Nachtmahr). He made the world of dreams and visions subject of his paintings inspired by ghost stories.
 

The artists invited to contribute to this exhibition have been asked only to submit a work which has their direct hand in it, so physical contact and mark making on the surface of the material is implied in a manner, within this context, akin to the skrier, an ‘automatic writer’, a pyromancer’s stirring of the hot embers, an ectoplasmic medium – the hand that re-creates the subconscious wanderings of its owner. This naturally excludes many types of process, but rather than excluding artists because their process prevents them from physical contact with their final piece, the artists invited to contribute have simply been asked to experiment within the pre-equisits of the theme. This offers them the opportunity to break the mould of their practice and try something slightly new, or indeed, old but discarded. Like George Orwell’s Room 101, in his predictive tale, ‘1984’, we all have our own version of what constitutes a nightmare, and for this reason, the project has been opened to a large number of artists whose many and varied personal nightmare versions, or visions, act to reflect this hugely variable human state of fears and fobias, pain and panic.
Alptraum, the German of Nightmare, is an artist led project. It is a model which utilizes global communication between localized artist hubs and clusters to form an international grouping with the intent of opening a dialogue about this subject across borders and cultures in order to delve into the stuff and mind murk that is collectively shared or completely random and unrelated, or individual specific within the syndrome of ‘The Nightmare’. Each artist draws on their own personal experience in order to visualize those anxieties which take them beyond everyday dreams. Working within the remit of the ‘artist curated project’, all of the works in Alptraum have been restricted in size and material in order to facilitate the low cost postal transportation of the show from country to country, with each exhibition site taking responsibility to pass the show on to the next host – the number of works and artists may change or grow, and the approach to interpreting and hanging the show vary from space to space as the body of work meanders on from country to country, like a trans- global nimbostratus formation; Alptraum is the exhibition equivalent of Stephen Kings ‘The Fog’. 

 

 

219 Artistas/ 16 Países 
El título está inspirado en las pinturas del artista Suizo Johann- Heinrich Fussli (1741 Zurich – 1825 London), quién pintó distintas versiones de “Incubus“(Nachtmahr). El creó un mundo de sueños y visiones subjetivas inspiradas en historias de fantasmas. 

 

A los artistas invitados a contribuir en esta exhibición sólo se les ha pedido que envíen una obra hecha a mano, donde el contacto físico y la creación de marcas en la superficie entran en contexto, la mano recrea las deambulaciones subconscientes de su dueño. a los artistas se les ofrece la oportunidad de experimentar, al impedirles el contacto físico con la pieza final. 
Al igual que la habitación 101 de George Orwell, en su relato predictivo, ‘1984’, todos tenemos nuestra propia versión de lo que constituye una pesadilla y por este motivo, el proyecto se ha abierto a una gran cantidad de artistas cuyas variadas versiones de pesadillas personales o visiones actúan para reflejar este estado inmensamente variable de temores, fobias, dolor y pánico.
Alptraum, Pesadilla en Alemán, es un proyecto dirigido por un artista. Es un modelo que utiliza la comunicación global entre artistas para formar una agrupación internacional, con la intención de abrir un diálogo sobre este tema a través de las fronteras y las culturas, con el fin de ahondar en la materia y la confusión mental que se comparte de forma colectiva o completamente aleatoria dentro del síndrome de ¨la pesadilla¨. Cada artista recurre a su propia experiencia personal para visualizar esas ansiedades que los llevan más allá de los sueños cotidianos. Todas las obras en Alptraum han sido restringidas en tamaño y material para facilitar el transporte postal de bajo costo de la exhibición entre cada país, la cantidad de obras y artistas puede cambiar o crecer y el enfoque para interpretar y montar la exhibición varía de un espacio a otro a medida que el cuerpo de trabajo serpentea de un país a otro. 

Alptraum es el equivalente a Stephen Kings “The Fog”.

Artistas:

Pio Abad (Philippines) | Christian Achenbach (Germany) | Sanell Aggenbach (South Africa) | Minor Alexander (Russia) | Sonja Alhauser (Germany) | Li Alin (Canada) | Pablo Alonso (Germany-Spain) | Deniz Alt (Germany) | Axel Anklam (Germany) | Nina Ansari (Iran) | Salvatore Arancio (Italy) | Marco Arce (México) | Laura Baginski (Germany) | Alexandra Baumgartner (Austria) | Matthias Beckmann (Germany) | Boris Beja (Slovenia) | Viktor Bernik (Slovenia) | Zander Blom (South Africa) | Armin Boehm (Germany) | Sascha Boldt (Germany) | Jan-Henri Booyens (South Africa) | Wim Botha (South Africa) | Lutz Braun (Germany) | Laura Bruce (U.S.A.) | Joanna Buchowska (Poland) | Jessica Buhlmann (Germany) | Stuart Cairns (United Kingdom) | Mimmo Catania (Italy) | Il-Jin Atem Choi | Nenad Cizl (Slovenia) | Ben Cottrell (United Kingdom) | Christoph Dahlhausen (Germany) | Ismael de Anda (USA) | Eric Decastro (France) | Mandakini Devi (India) | Kedar Dk Dhondu (India) | Jos Diegel (Germany) | Ulrich Diezman (Germany) | Stefan Draschan (Austria) | Thomas Draschan (Austria) | Sven Drühl (Germany) | Peter Duka (Germany) | Martin Durazo (U.S.A.) | Arian Dylan (México) | Nils Daniel Ebert (Germany) | Elisophie Eulenburg (Austria) | Patricia Eustaquio (Philippines) | Mina Fina (Slovenia) | Bettina Forget (Canada) | Heiner Franzen (Germany) | Jonathan Garnham (South Africa) | Andrew Gilbert (United Kingdom) | Saúl Gómez (México) | Samuel Grajfoner (Slovenia) | Georgina Gratrix (South Africa) | Liza Grobler (South Africa) | Ian Grose (South Africa ) | Jayant Gupta (India) | Fernanda Guzmán (Chile) | Konstanze Habermann (Germany) | Margarete Hahner (Germany) | Hannah Hallermann (Germany) | Florian Heinke (Germany) | Trasi Henen (South Africa) | Lori Hersberger (Switzerland) | Gregor Hildebrandt (Germany) | Stefan Hirsig (Germany) | Jim Holyoak (Canada) | Robert Horvath (U.S.A.) | Johannes Hueppi (Germany) | Thaddaeus Hueppi (Germany) | Rocio Infestas (Chile) | Aska Irie (Japan) | Ichiro Irie (U.S.A.) | Adam Jankowski (Austria) | Birgit Jensen (Germany) | Megha Joshi (India) | Susanne Jung (Germany) | Lisa Junghanss (Germany) | Katharina Kakar | Isabel Kerkermeier (Germany) | Gabriele Konsor (Germany) | Clemens Krauss (Austria) | Edgar Leciejewski (Germany) | Xenia Lesniewski (Germany) | Joep van Liefland (The Netherlands) | Catherine Lorent (Luxembourg) | René Luckhardt (Germany) | Lilly Lulay (Germany) | Polona Maher (Slovenia) | Jorg Mandernach (Germany) | Sandra Mann (Germany) | Stefan Mannel (Germany) | Cécile Martin (Canada) | Nomthunzi Mashalaba (South Africa) | Sandra Meisel (Germany) | Kalidas Mhamal (India) | Rebecca Michaelis (Germany) | Midhun Mohan (India) | Ekaterina Mitichkina (Belarus) | Mohau Modisakeng (South Africa) | Lillian Morrissey (Australia) | Virginie Mossé (France) | Jan Muche (Germany) | Iris Musolf (Germany) | Elena Muti (Italy) | Viraj Naik (India) | Robyn Nesbitt (South Africa) | Wolfgang Neumann (Germany) | Rainer Neumeier (Germany) | Nik Nowak (Germany) | Mario Nubauer (Austria) | Enda O`Donoghue (Ireland) | Jennifer Oellerich (Germany) | Beatrix Opolka (Germany) | Alex Ortiz (Canada) | Justine Otto (Germany) | Max Presneill (U.S.A.) | Manfred Peckl (Austria) | Mick Peter (Germany) | Christian Pilz (Germany) | Mark Pozlep (Slovenia) | Arjan Pregl (Slovenia) | Richard Priestley (United Kingdom) | Fernando Rascón (México) | Eva Rader (Germany) | Alexandra Reiss (South Africa) | Tanja Rochelmeyer (Germany) | Anke Rohrscheid (Germany) | Romer + Romer (Germany Russia) | Jenny Rosemeyer (Germany) | Dennis Rudolph (Germany) | Ruth Sacks (South Africa) | Maik Schierloh (Germany) | Andreas Schlaegel (Germany) | Sebastiaan Schlicher (The Netherlands) | Bettina Scholz (Germany) | Ann Schomburg (Germany) | María Jose Seañez (México) | Bettina Sellmann (Germany) | Marcus Sendlinger (Germany) | Natalija Seruga (Slovenia) | Claudia Shneider (South Africa) | Heidi Sill (Germany) | Alexander Skorobogatov (Russia) | Katarina Socan (Slovenia) | Miha Strukelj (Slovenia) | Linda Stupart (South Africa) | Simona Suc (Slovenia) | Gayatri Subramanian (India) | Nina Sulin (Slovenia) | Ernie Luley Superstar (Germany) | Karuna Tank (India) | Alex Tennigkeit (Germany) | Amalia Theodorakopoulos (Greece) | Peter Thol (Germany) | Ziga Tomori (Slovenia) | Klaus-Martin Treder (Germany) | Luka Ursic (Slovenia) | Simone van de Loo (Germany) | C. van Eeden (South Africa) | Jaco van Schalkwyk (South Africa) | Tamzyn Varney (South Africa) | Alvaro Verduzco (México) | Ursa Vidic (Slovenia) | Christoph von Low (Germany) | Rachel von Morgenstern (Germany) | Grant Vetter (U.S.A.) | Saso Vrabic (Slovenia) | Maik Wolf (Germany) | Renate Wolff (Germany) | Ronald Wullems (The Netherlands) | Michael Wutz (Germany) | Ed Young (South Africa) | Phillip Zaiser (Germany) | Frank-Michael Zeidler (Germany) | Thomas Zipp (Germany).

***DEBIDO AL CONCEPTO BASE DE LA EXHIBICIÓN SE CONSIDERA QUE NO ES APTA PARA NIÑOS.*** 

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