For this exhibitions
Markus Mußinghoff created a monumental and startling installation
using billboard sized photographs, (the largest measuring 10m x 4m) and
a large, wall mounted steel structure made of narrow steel shelves topped
with 200kg of red and black industrial grease. This unusual and imposing
work includes portraits of people Mußinghoff met during his stay
in Kellerberrin as well as friends from Germany. The metal shelves filled
with grease constitutes a minimalist sculptural element that stands in
dramatic contrast to the monumental, almost heroic photographic portraits.
Transmission is part of an artistic progression from Mußinghoff's
earlier work such as Civil Facts (January 1998 in Bodum, Germany) and
his work for the Haifa Installation Triennale (November 1999). This exhibition
also offered Markus Mußinghoff the opportunity to work in a gallery
that he describes as the most beautiful space in which his work has been
presented in the last 10 years.
|Long Distance Relationship : Regina Walter & Raquel Ormella : Claire Conroy (page1, page2) : Neville Gabie (page1, page2) : Gregory Pryor : Bennett Miller : Nigel Helyer : Juliane Stiegele : PVI Collective : Gerson Bettencourt Ferreira : Christina Abad : Lucas Ihein : Kirsten Bradley : Bruce Slatter : Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin : Noah Shilkin & ReBecca Miller : Raquel Ormella : Ian Birse & Laura Kavanaugh : Tom Nicholson : Hayden Fowler : Wilkins Hill : Anna Nazzari : Matthew Hunt : Izabela Pluta : Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy : nat&ali : James Lynch : Andrew McQualter : Andreas Kaiser : Moon Joo : Simon Levin/ Laurie Long : Jenny Watson : Bibo : Lotte Konow Lund : Roland Boden : Gillian Dyson : Shigeaki Iwai : Louise Paramor : Trevor Richards : Miriam Stannage : Umberto Cavenago : Alex Spremberg : Markus Mußinghoff : Robert Frith : Heinrich Lüber : Kate Daw : Virginia Ward : Berndt Höppner : Salvatore Falci : Matthew Ngui||