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Exhibition "Transponder" in the Galerie Loris


In this exhibition I show my new videowork CLOUD.
The opening was on Friday July 11, the exhibition continues until 2 August 2014.

Claudia Fischer
Ulrike Ludwig
Jens Lüstraeten
Jana Seehusen
Sabine Schründer



Opening: Friday, July 11, 7 p.m.
Exhibition: 12 July – 2 August 2014

We take great pleasure in cordially inviting you to the exhibition Transponder at Galerie Loris.
In sequential projections cinematographic and vocal approaches to medial events and spaces
line up. A singular event triggers manifold speculations and interpretations, takes on a life of its
own in data streams, causes dimensional shifts within the reference to reality.

The attempt at translating abstract knowledge into tangible space is articulated in the video
"Karte und Gebiet: Indian Ocean" by Ulrike Ludwig. In the transfer of a particular section of
the Indian Ocean onto gallery space a grasping of the non-graspable is manifest as concrete

Extent in view of its spatial, temporal, and conceptual in/visibility the satellite perspectives
in Sabine Schründer’s work "Cloud" let become palpable. A participatory searching motion hives
off into temporal and spatial dissolution, into losing oneself in the transformed geographical
data thicket.

This groping in the fog is symbolized by visual fragments of hangar facilities and dense forest,
countered with audio material of speculative “visions”: Jens Lüstraeten’s video work
"I can see clearly now" circulates between hypothesis, speculation, and medial self-exposure.

Claudia Fischer’s "Bruchteile", on the other hand, question the generally perceivable. Vacant
conveyor blades, a suitcase, and scattered scraps of paper. The bend of a rotating baggage
carousel as one leg of a journey through a widely branching system of light barriers and scanners.

Radio signals, transmitters, and responders become active clichés in Jana Seehusen’s
"pointless speech". Figures of thought interrogate the non-visible within processes and
projections. “It’s not like you knew your way from there to there, only you notice afterwards,
‘I’m somewhere else now.’”

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