Marcel Pascal Dreier's experimental video work De Profundis explores an interface of the animal and cultural industries. An activist, an NGO, a record company and a musician get caught in a rousing maelstrom of fact and fiction, appropriation and counter-appropriation.
Lisa Moll (*1990 in Ravensburg, lives and works in Stuttgart) works in the field of tension between music and visual art. In addition to paintings, she creates drawings, installations and performances. Starting from the observation of contemporary phenomena, she deals with archaic visual languages, repetition and movement.
With their installation Warnung vor dem Hund, the artist duo Super Vivaz (Lina Baltruweit and Johannes Breuninger) invites viewers to reflect on their own role in the social system.
In her work Spherical Animals, Eunyoung Bae (lives and works in Stuttgart) explores the motif of searching, a constant in her work.
In her exhibition KodakGold, Damaris Wurster shows the photograph Z_S#KodakGold from her series of decompositions. With her poetic, abstract images, she explores the boundaries of photography.
With Motion is Solution, Thomas Lempertz refers to the ambivalence of ballet dance. On the one hand, it is an intense, sometimes painful physical exercise, and on the other hand, it appears playful, light and perfect in form in its performance practice.
The installation PAYBACK by Jana Maria Dohmann negotiates the way we handle everyday objects and the values that people associate with them. To discuss this, she draws on the popular Japanese belief in tsukumogami as a figure of thought.
Kai Fischer shows works form his series "recibos" and "paraphrases". For these he translates well-known still lifes into painted receipts.
The two artists and designers from Haus Otto (Patrick Henry Nagel and Nils Körner) invite you to stay and spend time in their exhibition Waiting Room: using simple means, they convert the SCHAUFENSTER JUNGE KUNST into the eponymous waiting room.
In Schrödinger’s Baby, TZUSOO alludes to the popular thought experiment devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1935.