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45257//44147

students and alumni of hbk essen

23 February 2019 – 7 April 2019

Opening on Friday, 22 February at 20:00 h





The exhibition "45257//44147" shows positions of ten selected students and graduates of the degree programme Photography and Media of the HBK Essen under the direction of Professor Carsten Gliese. 

The selection of the presented has not been made from a thematic point of view - rather, the exhibition should give general insights into the artistic research and teaching of the still young art school. The works address the broadly spread possibilities of expression of the technical image media or pursue cross-media and interdisciplinary aspects. The works shown in the exhibition vary from classic black and white photographs to video installations and sculptural works. The topics are complex and show how free and lively studying at the Hochschule in Essen is.

The Academy of Fine Arts Essen, which opened in 2013, is a state-recognized private art school. It offers three different courses: Sculpture / Plastic, Photography / Media and Painting / Graphics. These study paths are designed and aligned to foster practice-oriented education in the field of free visual arts.

In the degree programme photography / media, interdisciplinary aspects play a role as well as the comprehensive expressive possibilities of technical visual media. In addition to classical photography, students learn space-related work and the staging of multimedia installations.

Participating artists:

Ruben S. Bürgam
Annette Hiller
Diana Hommel
Loïc Hommel
Dirk Krüger
Meike Poese
Gabi Rottes
Simon Tretter
Xiamao Wang

 


Ruben S. Bürgam


Am serial.interfaces, 2018, video installation, variable dimensions

http:www.rubenbuergam.de



Annette Hiller


D-Flingern, 2019, relief, pigment print, 50 x 60 x 6 cm

http://www.annettehiller.de



Diana Hommel


Das große Durcheinander, 2018, from the series “Fake News oder stille Post für Fortgeschrittene“, 320 cm x 420 cm  max. 600 cm (variable)

http://www.dianahommel.de



Loïc Hommel


Inertia, 2018, kinetic  light installation, ca. 150 x 200 x 100 cm

https://www.loic-hommel-arts.com



Dirk Krüger


Verzaubert, video portrait 2018/2019

http://www.fotografie-dirk-krueger.de



Meike Poese


Ruhrpott Gesichter, 2018, print on forex, variable dimensions, single 50 x 50 m

http://petit-espace.de



Gabi Rottes


itsallaboutMIES, 2018, installation, three-part, variable dimensions

http://www.gabirottes.de



Simon Tretter


chairs and, 2018, ca. 250 x 300 cm, different materials

http://www.simontretter.com



Xiamao Wang

 



Concept and Organisation: Carsten Gliese, Essen and Peter Schmieder, Dortmund
Images works and texts: © the artists

Kindly supported by: Kulturbüro Dortmund, Sparkasse Dortmund, DEW 21