post-title Tatjana Schülke | INSIDE OUT | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 18.01.-08.04.2019

Tatjana Schülke | INSIDE OUT | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 18.01.-08.04.2019

Tatjana Schülke | INSIDE OUT | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 18.01.-08.04.2019

Tatjana Schülke | INSIDE OUT | Kunsthaus Dahlem | 18.01.-08.04.2019

until 08.04. | Kunsthaus Dahlem currently shows the exhibition INSIDE OUT with sculptures, wall objects and reliefs by the artist Tatjana Schülke.

Spatial compositions and sculptural works characterize the artistic work of Tatjana Schülke. The focus is on the material as a means of expression and its haptic and visual experience for the viewer. Removed from an original usage assignment Schülke dedicates work materials such as nails, tubes or building materials and allows new interpretations of their meanings. Associatively, the observer can approach the sculptural object and indulge in sensually tactile stimuli. The result of Schülke’s engagement with material, form and surface are finely composed sculptural objects.

TATJANA SCHÜLKE, limited, 2015,
Styrodur, Metall, Holz, Pigmente, 57 x 57 x 57 cm

The exhibition “Inside Out” shows 15 recent works, including hang out, limited and start up. The works illustrate the artist’s joy in experimenting in different ways. In addition to the relationship between material, form and surface, the tension between internal and external effects is elementary. Due to the alienated materials, the sculptural structures have an effect of their own into the space. Deepenings such as the Urkugel II or Undercover provide insights into an inner life, which, however, keep the secret of their materiality to themselves. This creates spaces of perception and experience that focus entirely on the work itself.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Kunsthaus Dahlen - Tatjana Schuelke 2018

TATJANA SCHÜLKE, start up, 2018, Styrodurm Karton, Acryl, Ponal, 59 x 59 x 25 cm

Tatjana Schülke was born in Bonn in 1960. After studying painting with Klaus Fußmann and Marwan at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin from 1982 to 1889, she received contracts for work from the Berlin Senate in 1990 and a studio grant from the Karl Hofer Society from 1991 to 1993. In 1993 she was awarded a Villa Serpentara grant by the Berlin Academy of the Arts in Olevano Romano, Italy. The artist lives and works in Berlin.

Opening: Thursday, 17th January 2019, 7:00 p.m.

Exhibiiton period: Friday, 18th January – Monday, 8th April 2019

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