September 6, 2021

Exhibitions: 2021 Fine Art diploma presentations: Braunschweig University of Art (HBK Braunschweig)

Art & Education

Charlotte Maria Kätzl, growing without soil, 2021. Room-bound installation with two overhead projectors, twenty neon tubes, film stills, color foils, tiles, metal frames, fabric, and lacquer. Photo: Hannah Jung.

Takashi Kunimoto, My father, 2016. HD video and stereo sound, 15 minutes. Photo: Takashi Kunimoto.

Aaron Israel, Cyclethesun, 2021. Mirrors, motors, cables, microcontrollers, EEG headset, LEDs, halogen light, and grapes.

Clara Brinkmann, de.fence(), 2021. Crochet curtains, DIY electronics, live visuals, and code, dimensions variable. Photo: Martin Salzer.

Sophia Baader, Do You See What I See, 2021. Laser print on paper. Photo: Hannah Jung.

Yoni Hong, Time is breaking into this space!, 2021. Metallic balloon, 3D animation, 450 × 150 × 150 cm. Photo: Yoni Hong.

View of Igor Shuklin, From alter ego to body-space-potential, 2021. Photo: Hannah Jung (HBK Fotostudio).

Min Kim, Zombie, Stroll, (        ) and idling, 2021. Room-bound installation with hairpieces, digital prints, ceramic, green screen, running machine, and three videos. Photo: Hannah Jung.

Art & Education presents the Braunschweig University of Art (HBK Braunschweig) 2021 Fine Art Diploma Presentations on Exhibitions.

2021 Fine Art diploma presentations: Braunschweig University of Art (HBK Braunschweig)
Braunschweig University of Art (HBK Braunschweig) is thrilled to announce its annual diploma exhibitions, presenting the work of over forty graduates. The exhibition is structured according to an open format which allows the students creative freedom to present their projects.

Following a year of social isolation and physical distancing, the exhibition shows an attempt to reflect on our position of being-in-the-world. As a means of engaging with the global state of contemporary art and at the same time being grounded on a personal level, these projects signify a wave of transition: one to be understood as a means of change and osmosis. The graduates themselves, who close this first significant chapter in their practice and open themselves up to a new one. An evocative form of returning, not in ways of “normality,” to different sensibilities and appreciation gradually makes an appearance through these works.

The individual projects span a broad net of media and materials showcasing the graduates’ diverse approach and ways of working.

Participating artists: Marina Altreiter Witt, Eleonora Arnold, Sophia Baader, Agathe Borbe, Clara Brinkmann, Claas Busche, Carlotta Drinkewitz, Gordon Endt, Gudrun-Sophie Frommhage-Davar, Maxim Gordon Gunga, Carl-Hugo Hahn, Yvonne Held, Hannah Hofferberth, Lisa Hölting, Jiyoung Hong, Yoni Hong, Katharina Hunke, Aaron Israel, Eva Karduck, Charlotte Maria Kätzl, Jihye Kim, Jisub Kim, Min Kim, Frederic Klamt, Felix Kopanka, Viktoriia Kotsur, Takashi Kunimoto, Dominik Kuschmieder, Elisabeth Lieder, Lucila Pacheco Dehne, Sophie Pape, Milena-Marie Rohde, Nick Schamborski, Tim Schmid, Sarah Schmidtlein, Stefan Schramm, Lukas Schultze, Verena Lisa Schwarz, Lisa Seegmüller, Igor Shuklin, Yeojin Song, Melike Tatoglu, and Enrico Viets.

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Exhibitions is a venue for institutions to share images of student shows and curated programming. Exhibition galleries present an unlimited number of images alongside curatorial statements and information on the featured program and participating artists.

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