artists & participants
Sunday, 18 July 2021, 2 pm
Tour within the frame of Affiche
Joint excursion to the poster series Affiche in Bremen's Neustadt district. Curator Melissa Canbaz invites you to imagine the exhibition small field expanding in public space and says goodbye with a casual Sunday walk. Meeting point is in front of the gallery entrance.
afterwards from 4 pm in the courtyard
Book Launch of Aleana Egan: small field
Release of the publication for the current exhibition with drinks in the courtyard of the Künstlerhaus.
Saturday, 17 July 2021, 3 pm Final curator's tour
with Melissa Canbaz through the current exhibition. small field is on view until August 29.
In small field Aleana Egan (*1979, Dublin, Ireland) creates a setting of abstract sculptures that are assembled in multilayered constellations. Materials such as metal, wood, pigment, and fabric refer to their own properties, while also remaining indeterminate: In this ambiguity, the objects evoke immaterial moments – ideas, thoughts, feelings, moods, energies, and relationships both towards each other as well as interpersonal. Manifested in form, the internal is turned outwards. Translated into sculptural gestures, latent allusions are made visible, and the processual shifts into focus.
The exhibition situation is a field once opened, remains in motion. Throughout its entire duration small field is accompanied by contributions in the form of posters, thus initiating an additional field of dialogue. The Affiche series addresses the sculptures’ tentativeness and expands the physical exhibition space by extending it into public space.
Affiche features contributions by Mihaela Chiriac, Sofia Duchovny, Hella Gerlach, Manuela Leinhoß, Vera Palme, Kirsten Pieroth, and Nora Schultz.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication published by Bierke.
Curated by Melissa Canbaz
Wednesday, 12 May, 7 pm
Exhibition tour (online)
As part of the Irish Embassy's Cultúr Salon series, Irish artist Aleana Egan and curator Melissa Canbaz will give a tour through the current exhibition small field. Please register in advance here. Free admission!