post-title Accurate Glitch | group show | Jarmuschek + Partner | 23.04.-04.06.2022

Accurate Glitch | group show | Jarmuschek + Partner | 23.04.-04.06.2022

Accurate Glitch | group show | Jarmuschek + Partner | 23.04.-04.06.2022

Accurate Glitch | group show | Jarmuschek + Partner | 23.04.-04.06.2022

until 04.06. | #3443ARTatBerlin | Jarmuschek + Partner shows from 23. April 2022 (Opening on 22.04.) the group exhibition Accurate Glitch by the artists Filip Gudović, Luc Palmer, Katharina Stadler, Andreas Steinbrecher and Denise Werth.

Jarmuschek + Partner presents five artists from the class of Prof. Thomas Scheibitz at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. Under the title Accurate Glitch, paintings and three-dimensional works by Filip Gudović, Luc Palmer, Katharina Stadler, Andreas Steinbrecher and Denise Werth will be shown.

The individual artistic approaches presented here are united by the acceptance of the flawed as the basis for the work: even the planned and accurate action in the creative process is by no means a guarantee for the absence of glitches. Understanding this as a challenge, the artists constructively deal with ideas and expectations regarding the subject and in comparison to the resulting work. A reflection on this is also possible for the viewer.

Filip Gudovic (*1992 in Belgrade, Serbia) creates a system in his paintings by means of geometry, which guides the distribution of colors and shapes. In each painting he explores the freedoms of intuition within the self-imposed construction. Abstraction is both process and method to precede the developement of the image on the one hand and to achieve it on the other.

Luc Palmer (*1995 in Stuttgart) transforms and alienates forms from nature – often with the aim of creating vexed images that are simultaneously representational and abstract. Each picture provides its own perspective on the visible, to which the viewer is at the mercy. Through the cropping, the motifs experience formal and textual ambiguity.

Katharina Stadler (*1995, Oberhausen) tries to formulate thoughts, memories and dreams through painting, without merely depicting them. For her, the composition and development of a dream resembles a painterly process, which she visualizes by sewing and collaging fabrics together. This way of composing the work is able to refer to its preceding deconstruction.

Andreas Steinbrecher (*1984 in Shilikkemer, Kazakhstan) is essentially concerned with abstraction in painting. His paintings also explore their depictiveness by placing them in ever new contexts in relation to one another. The artist draws his pictorial ideas from previously collected visual notes, which then reappear and are developed in the work as found objects, free of context.

Denise Werth (*1988 in Hagen) abstracts the motifs of her sculptures to such an extent that their reduced form is open enough for new associations. Like tilting pictures, they provoke the viewer to optionally perceive and interpret them in different ways. Her works are an expression of synthesis and object assertion at the same time.

Opening: Friday, 22. April 2022, 6:00 – 9:00 pm. The artists will be present.

Exhibition dates: Samstag, 23. April – Saturday, 4. June 2022

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Image caption: Accurate Glitch, courtesy of Jarmuschek + Partner

Exhibition Accurate Glitch – Jarmuschek + Partner | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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