Four installations which include drawings and paintings. The drawings picture mostly expressive body positions representingÂ different emotional states. Upon determining the role of theseÂ emotions, the drawings are placed in installations. Inspired by graphic novels, psychology and life’s everyday confrontations, the work addressesÂ intimacy, feminity, identity, belongingÂ and group dynamic.
opening 6-11Â Gemeindeamtsstrasse 13, Leipzig, Germany
I know that woman. She works hard to please. Sheâ€™s not afraid of her own shadow, but she is afraid of her own reflection. Or at least the one she sees in the mirror. When she meets Mr. Love she likes the reflection of herself in his eyes. That empowers her. But who is this â€śmysterious Mr. Loveâ€ť? We know him too. Heâ€™s a dandy. Looking sharp. Catching eyesâ€¦..the ones with the long lashes. He knows it. He uses it.
Under the direction of Tom Bailey, superb performances from Nicola Chapman and Peter Seaton-Clark will be on offer next week. It will definitely be sold out, so get your tickets NOW:
Fri 2 and Sat 3 Oct@Â Neues Schauspiel Leipzig
Oct 2 â–ş Carbon copy building, a comic strip opera from Opera Factory Freiburg @Â Westwerk
Although built to exactly the same specifications, architectural twins have very different histories and Â are frequented by very different people. Inspired by this curiosity, in 1999 New York composer collective Bang on a Can (Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe) collaborated withÂ the American comic artist Ben Katchor (libretto), creating a work similar to comic strips dialogues with a mix of minimal music, rock and new music.
For Opera Factory Freiburg’s rendition director Joachim Rathke and conductor Klaus Simon have expanded The Carbon copy building to include four pieces of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Art of Fugue”.
Fri 2 Oct 8.00
Sat 3 Oct 8.00
Sun 4 Oct 6.00
Oct 2 â–ş Spektral@Â G11 Reudnitz
Gallery G11 of Spinnerei is going east to bring you the results of the intergenerational project organised between them andÂ Vektor Schule e.V.. What can we learn from 35 artists and 40 Â kids? The exhibition features aÂ variety of interests, experiences, shapes, and media varieties (painting, film, photography, graphic art, sculpture, objects, installations and performance). This is Leipzig and its constant artistic development.
Fri 2 Oct 6.00Â Heinrichstr. 9 04317 Leipzig-Reudnitz
accompanied by a musical performance by Kay Woitzik
2-25 Oct Thur-Sat 3.00-7.00
Sun 25 OctÂ 6.00
Oct 3 â–ş Pink Shoe Day@Â Augustus Platz
Here’s your chance to participate in a living installation. Each year more than 70,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer in Germany each year. That’s why Haus Leben is asking you to paint some shoes pink and donate them, along with a little cash, to Pink Shoe Day. Bring shoes or help arrange the ones that have already been donated. In 2013, the first year, we made the spiral from 5000 shoes! more info
Oct 3 â–şÂ Treppenhaus Galerie Kunstkabinen@Â Noch Besser Leben
You know those little rooms on the landings between floors? Mine is storage, but I think they were toilets at one time. You may have even lived in a flat where you used them as a toilet. Well, the ones in the building that houses NBL have been turned into little exhibition spaces. The goal is to keep them as exhibition spaces, but this is the first installation. They’ve been there since July, but it’s your last chance to see them because this week is the finissage. Video, drawing, painting, installation….it’s all GOOD!
curated by Westpol A.I.R. Space
â€˘ Mikael Eriksson (Kunstkabine 1)
â€˘ Carlo Vivary + Marlet Heckhoff (Kunstkabine 2)
â€˘ Inka Perl (Kunstkabine 3)
â€˘ Dean Nixon + Volly Tanner (Kunstkabine 4)
â€˘ Markus Conrad + Alexander Langberg + Julia Arand (Kunstkabine 5)
Finissage 4.30-9.00Â Merseburger Str. 25
curated byÂ Buti Sekhalanga
text: Andrea Garcia Vasquez
A structural fiber artist from New Jersey, USA; currently residing in Leipzig, Germany, She received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York City in 2014.SheI focuses primarily on sculpture, installation, and painting, but she executes many projects in different mediums. Her projects are inspired by conceptual and technical forms of weaving. She says to weave is to interlace independent, individual materials and allow for them to become dependent on each other in order to form one united whole.
In present day, the ability to make something by hand or by scratch is rapidly vanishing in the dependence of technology. Technology is also the cause of isolation within humanity today, changing the dynamic of how humans communicate and connect. As a female artist, she purposefully use these craft techniques to produce non-functional art objects to remind us of the sum that we as a community compose; while, also, triggering a visual dialogue between history and present day society. With this approach, she patiently creates tedious, abstract compositions inspired by love, nature, and interaction.
She is a human from earth who uses the process of collage mixed with painting. She collects materials from calenders, magazines and her own photographs and creates abstract pictures with different themes. Please don’t ask her about the sense of her art, because there is none.
Opening from 7.00Â Demmeringstr. 74