Time it was done / Es wurde Zeit getan

zu Gast im Kayoticmobil, Sommer 2020 / guest artist summer 2020, Kayoticmobil

virtual opening from St. Reling-Burns on Vimeo.

click here um zu meiner Projektseite zu gelangen / to have a look at my project page

Zurück vor meiner Haustür: eurape.org – ein wunderbares Projekt von @kayoticmobil, ein mobiler Kunstraum während des lockdowns, um die Möglichkeiten sozialer und politischer Ansätze in der virtuellen Ausstellungsrealität zu erkunden und in Verbindung zu bleiben.
Die Künstler und Kuratoren Julia Wenz und Peter Franck nutzen die vorübergehende Schließung von Ausstellungsräumen, um Analoges und Digitales miteinander zu verweben. Gezeigt werden prozessorientierte Kunstwerke, einschließlich ihrer Zwischenergebnisse und Erfahrungen. Mit anderen Worten: alles, was über die „fertige“ Ausstellung hinausgeht. Dies bietet mehr Raum für Experimente und lässt die Besucher am sonst verborgenen Teil einer Ausstellung teilhaben.
Ich bin sehr glücklich und aufgeregt, erste Gastkünstlerin zu sein! Weiteres in Kürze hier 🛵📂

Back on my doorstep: eurape.org – a lovely project by @kayoticmobil. It’s a mobile art space during lockdown to stay tuned and explore the possibilities of social and political approaches on the virtual exhibition reality.
The artists and curators
Julia Wenz and Peter Franck use the temporary closure of exhibition spaces to interweave analog and digital. On display will be process-oriented art work, including its interim results and experiences. In other words, everything that goes beyond the „finished“ exhibition. This offers more space for experiments and allows visitors to participate in the otherwise hidden part of an exhibition.
I’m very happy and excited to be their first guest artist! More to come 🛵📂

Dwr Gwyllt/Open Water


Gallery Oriel Croesor, Penrhyndeudraeth, Wales UK

„Take a step, then another, the water laps your ankles and your mind begins to float. For some, a quick paddle ensuring your feet firmly touch the bottom is the limit to your relationship with water’s dark and treacherous mystery. Others find a space of sensory transformation, connecting your body through the cold water to inner healing.
Dive with us, learn of the anglo Saxon saint, St Ymar, and the fictitious reconstruction of the boat that carried his body along the Kent coast. Slide and fall into depths of molten-glass orbs. The hot material follows your movement, keeps hold of you before it finally freezes.
Sink, sink down to the deep pool lit only by faint light from above. fall into the mind of a woman struggling with depression, depicted by dancers from the Royal Ballay School, churning the water as they pirouette around you.
Together we will board a boat, drift through the artist’s offerings, washed up on the gallery shoreline. We feel the gravitational pull and the intertidal ebb and flow, tracing their marks on paper and creating space to talk about mental health, body image and the importance of having somewhere to feel free.“

Artistiad ~ Artists
Sarah Trillo, Phillippa Walter, Alia Jane Jenkins, Rachel Kenny-Green, Heidi Baines, Jin Young Park, Amanda Shields, Judith Eddy, Sophie Cawling, Cairi Jacks, Phill Green, Martin Gill, Elwen Brindley-Rowell, Louis-Jack Horten Stephens, Stefanie Reling-Burns