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Exhibitions at PIEROGI Leipzig

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Nadja Bournonville

One for every wish

One for every wish

– 16 Aug 2008
In Galerie 1, Nadja Bournonville, One for every wish.
In her first solo exhibition Nadja Bournonville presents the beginning of a project in three parts. Part one: One for every wish consists of analogue photography, text based drawings on paper and a slide show. In this, she tries to build worlds that tell stories about her own personal and other’s narratives. She sets out to test the limitation of life through transparent but elaborate body of work The second part will be shown at PIEROGI B… more

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Lutz-Rainer Müller

Solo Exhibition

– 16 Aug 2008
In Galerie 2, Lutz-Rainer Horst Müller and his Maximal Speed is a State of Rest represents his second project developed for the gallery.

Lutz-Rainer Müller has again set up an elaborate project. True to his own tradition, the exhibition space operates as a stage, a site for action and contemplation rather then a display site for already finished and closed thoughts. In this way, Müller references what Brian O’Doherty describes in his book Studio and Cube (2007) that the cube (the exhibitio… more

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Declan Clarke

Nothing Human is Alien to Me

Nothing Human is Alien to Me

– 16 Aug 2008
In the video room Declan Clarke shows for the first time his new work entitled Nothing Human is Alien to Me.
Declan Clarke repeatedly shows an interest in history and politics and the manner in which they impress themselves on everyday life. In former films he has analyzed the difference and similarities of the process of history, interweaving personal and historical trajectories. In an earlier work he recounts in a clear cut and calmed manner the correlation between the life and work of socia… more

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Andreas Gehrke

Quiescent

Quiescent

– 19 Apr 2008
In Galerie 1: Andreas Gehrke, Quiescent

" You can resume your flight whenever you like, " they said to me, " but you will arrive at another Trude, absolutely the same, detail by detail. The world is covered by the sole Trude, which does not begin, nor end. Only the name of the airport changes." (Italo Calvino "Invisible Cities")

Andreas Gehrke, a self-taught photographer was born and raised in (East) Berlin during the cold war. Having worked both commercially and on his own projects for the pa… more

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Stefan Roloff

One + One

One + One

– 19 Apr 2008
Videospace: Stefan Roloff. One + One

Stefan Roloff's One + One is an interactive installation consisting of interior componments (chairs, lamps, tables etc.) of a typical GDR (German Democratic Republic) home á la the 1970`s. On the walls projected are films made in 1982 by Roloff himself of military men at the border (the wall), doing their job. These are from the film series "Life in the Death Zone", where the interest in the fact that someone - anyone - would be able to do their job in the … more

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William Lamson

Sublunar

Sublunar

– 10 Nov 2007
William Lamson, SUBLUNAR

"The pursuit of flight, no matter how flawed or hopeless the attempt, places the amateur in the heroic position of trying to transcend his place on earth. This project investigates the flight endeavor as it represents the desire to escape earth and the hope of surpassing human limitation."
—William Lamson, 2007

In his second exhibition with PIEROGI, William Lamson's new body of works, SUBLUNAR, marks a seemingly radical and demanding shift in the artists production. … more

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Lutz-Rainer Müller & Jan Freuchen

OBJET PERDU

OBJET PERDU

– 10 Nov 2007
Lutz Rainer Müller / Jan Freuchen
OBJET PERDU

In 2006 Lutz-Rainer Müller and Jan Freuchen exhibited an almost 1:1 wooden replica of The Eagle, the lunar module that landed on the moon in 1969. The replica also had a over- sized copy of a grand piano attached to its body. Originally named Objet Trouvet (found object), the installation went through a deconstruction as Freuchen and Müller chopped it into smaller pieces with each of them working as an autonomous sculpture.
They were dropped in a… more