TAG UND NACHT

“Tag”, Veronika Wenger 2021, Full HD, digital drawing

 

“Tag und Nacht”, Veronika Wenger 2021, Full HD, digital drawing

 

Veronika Wenger, Xiao Tang, Daniel Geiger, Jing Tang. Digital Art Space München 2021

 

Veronika Wenger, Xiao Tang, Daniel Geiger, Jing Tang, Oleksiy Koval. Digital Art Space München 2021

Tag und Nacht
Tag und Nacht schließt sich an eine Videoarbeit von 2001 an:
Tag und Nacht sitze ich auf einer Bank.
Tagsüber kann ich nichts hören, nachts höre ich Geräusche.
Tag und Nacht 2021 als digitale Zeichnung zeigt Zeit und Dauer, Tag und Nacht als stete Wiederholung.
Tag und Nacht.
Vergessen und Erinnern.

BINARY
WUHAN – MÜNCHEN

MR.D.MOUSE
DANIEL GEIGER
JING TANG
OLEKSIY KOVAL
XIAO TANG
VERONIKA WENGER

16. Juli – 25. August 2021
Digital Art Space München

Die Ausstellung wird kuratiert von
The exhibition is curated by
DR. KARIN WIMMER (Munich)

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FOR ONE DRINK

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

GEBROCHENER BILDSCHIRM ODER DIGITALE ZEICHNUNG?

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

BROKEN SCREEN OR DIGITAL DRAWING?

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

Für jeden Betrachter ist es eine Herausforderung , mit einer Linie auf Papier umzugehen, einer Linie oder einem Strich auf Papier. Aber er spürt das Papier, das Material, die von Hand angebrachte Zeichnung. Die Zeichnung ist Teil der realen materiellen Welt und kommuniziert mit ihm.

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

For every viewer it is a challenge to deal with a line on paper, a line or a stroke on paper. But he feels the paper, the material, the drawing applied by hand. The drawing is part of the real material world and communicates with him. 

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

Die Linie zieht die Aufmerksamkeit auf die Leere des Blattes und zugleich auf die Fülle des Fehlenden.

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

The line draws attention to the emptiness of the sheet and at the same time to the fullness of what is missing.

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

Ich ziehe eine Linie auf dem Bildschirm. Was macht es zu einer anderen Erfahrung, eine Linie auf einem Bildschirm zu sehen? Warum vermuten manche Betrachter der Bildschirm sei gebrochen? Liegt es an der Sehgewohnheit, auf Bildschirmen Bilder und Geschichten zu erwarten? Liegt es daran, dass unsere Aufmerksamkeit auf Inhalt und Informationen gerichtet ist.

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

I draw a line on the screen. What makes seeing a line on a screen a different experience? Why do some viewers assume the screen is broken? Is it because of the viewing habit of expecting images and stories on screens? Is it because our attention is focused on content and information.

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

Die Linie wird nicht als ein Element einer Zeichnung wahrgenommen, sondern als technischer Defekt. Die digitale Linie lenkt die Aufmerksamkeit auf den Bildschirm als Medium, das uns zwingt Formen zu finden. Und so wird die Linie zur digitalen Zeichnung.

“For one drink”, Veronika Wenger 2020, Full HD, digital drawing

The line is not perceived as an element of a drawing, but as a technical defect. The digital line draws attention to the screen as a medium that forces us to find shapes. And so the line becomes a digital drawing.

For one drink
Veronika Wenger

As a part of
RHYTHM SECTION SALON BINÄR

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BINARY | WUHAN – MÜNCHEN

BINARY
WUHAN – MÜNCHEN

MR.D.MOUSE
DANIEL GEIGER
JING TANG
OLEKSIY KOVAL
XIAO TANG
VERONIKA WENGER

16. Juli – 25. August 2021
Digital Art Space München

Eröffnung:
15. Juli 2021
19:00

Die Ausstellung wird kuratiert von
The exhibition is curated by
DR. KARIN WIMMER (Munich)

Shao Yong, ein chinesischer Philosoph, Dichter und Kosmologe entwickelte im 11. Jahrhundert eine Anordnung aus acht Trigramme und vierundsechzig Hexagramme. Sechs Jahrhunderte später Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, ein deutscher Philosoph, Mathematiker und Jurist verwendete Shaos Anordnung bei der Entwicklung von binären Rechenoperationen.
Shao Yong, a Chinese philosopher, poet, and cosmologist developed an arrangement of eight trigrams and sixty-four hexagrams in the 11th century. Six centuries later Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, a German philosopher, mathematician and jurist used Shao’s arrangement in developing binary arithmetic operations.
Nicht nur Shao Yong verknüpfte das Dualsystem mit der chinesischen Philosophie und Weltanschauung, dem Daoismus, sondern auch Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz sah im Binärcode ein überzeugendes Sinnbild des christlichen Glaubens.
Not only Shao Yong linked dual system with Chinese philosophy and worldview, with the Taoism, but also Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz saw in the binary code a convincing symbol of the Christian faith.
Der Binärcode umfasst beides: Wissenschaft und Religion.
The binary code includes both: science and religion.
Wie geht aber Kunst mit dem Dualsystem um?
Wie reagiert zeitgenössische Kunst auf binärcodierte Media?
But how does art deal with the dual system?
How does contemporary art react to binary-coded media?
Die Ausstellung BINARY | WUHAN – MÜNCHEN zeigt 6 Positionen zeitgenössischer digitaler Kunst aus Wuhan und München.
The exhibition BINARY | WUHAN – MUNICH shows 6 positions of contemporary digital art from Wuhan and Munich.
Digital Art Space München
Amalienstrasse 14
80333 München
mail@karinwimmer.com
+49 176 24 75 66 01
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RHYTHM SECTION SALON BINÄR

RHYTHM
SECTION
SALON
BINÄR

M. CEVAHİR AKBAŞ
EKİN ÇEKİÇ
DAILYDOSAGE 24
BEKİR DİNDAR
DANIEL GEIGER
GONGHONG HUANG
DENEF HUVAJ
OLEKSIY KOVAL
THOMAS RIEGER
ERDEM VAROL
VERONIKA WENGER

July 5 – 11, 2021
Munich

The exhibition is curated by
DR. EZGI BAKÇAY (Istanbul)
DR. KARIN WIMMER (Munich)

Digital exhibition in public space:
Munich and Istanbul

Funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Science and the Arts; Munich Department of Culture; Ströer; MVG and Münchner Fenster; Istanbul municipality.
A digital exhibition project initiated by the Istanbul municipality, the Karşi Sanat Çalişmalari Art Center, the artist group Rhythm Section, and the Digital Art Space in Munich.
Due to the pandemic, exhibition venues are not allowed to hold openings and even have to remain closed. Exhibitions can not be presented and communicated. The distance between artists and viewers is more than ever. How can artists bring works closer to the public during the period of lockdown, when museums and exhibition halls are closed?
Digitization influences and changes daily life, relationships, works and even elections. Urban development is taking the form of a megamedium.
Smart city stands for intelligent networking within a city. Moving images are a trendy topic for media in public spaces. Moving images on public video screens offer the opportunity for effective communication with mobile audiences in passing. In istanbul, the metropolitan municipality currently operates more than 11000 public video systems. On Munich’s public transport system, a mix of editorial content and advertising is shown on 137 large screens at stations and directly in the subway and streetcar vehicles on more than 1,700 screens. The infotainment program Münchner Fenster shown in the vehicles alone reaches hundreds of thousands of passengers every week. The Münchner Fenster is produced by mcrud GmbH, the large screens are operated by Ströer.
In view of numerous requests from artists in Munich and Istanbul, the curators Dr. Karin Wimmer (Digital Art Space, Munich), Dr. Ezgi Bakçay (Karşi Sanat Çalişmalari Art Center, Istanbul) and the artist group Rhythm Section decided to establish a digital gallery.
RHYTHM SECTION SALON BINÄR is a digital gallery in public space that gives artists the opportunity to be seen and invites viewers to participate in the development of digital art. Art opens itself to the public and even to the public that does not come to the museum.
RHYTHM SECTION SALON BINÄR is a sustainable project, because no resources are consumed, the project uses the existing screens of the public urban space.
The digital gallery RHYTHM SECTION SALON BINÄR will make art visible to visitors by displaying digitally created works by the artists on screens in the public urban space of Munich and Istanbul over a period of one month.
RHYTHM SECTION
A project on the subject rhythm in visual arts.
Not to be confined by the greatest, yet to be contained within the smallest is a definition, which declared the enterprise of the artists group Rhythm Section.
www.rhythmsection.de
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THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA COLLECTIVE | PLATFORMS PROJECT NET ATHENS II

 

THE
BEAUTIFUL
FORMULA
COLLECTIVE

OLEKSIY KOVAL
SERENA SEMERARO
MIRCO TARSI
VERONIKA WENGER
MICHAEL WRIGHT

Live Painting Video

As a part of

RHYTHM SECTION
AMBIGUOUS UNAMBIGUOUS

Curated by
SOPHIE-CHARLOTTE BOMBECK

Platforms Project NET
Independent Art Fair
Athens 2021

The Beautiful Formula Collective is about painting and creating collective works based on The Beautiful Formula Language. We use the combination of spontaneity, improvisation and logic of rhythm, which gives us structures and rules while painting. The Beautiful Formula Collective produces and stages group works not only in the studio, but also as a live painting performance in front of the public.

www.thebeautifulformulacollective.com

www.platformsproject.com

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