summaery2017: Projekte


Anke Hannemann

Vincent Brière, Vienne Chan, Rafaella Constantinou, Sophie Foster, Kathryn Gohmert, Ahmet Kavas, Rebecca A. Layton, Yihui Liu, Matthew Lloyd, Nasir Malekijoo, Atsuko Mochida, Mila Panić, Mariya Pavlenko, Denise Rosero Bermúdez, Feng Runze, Malak Yacout Saleh, Saša Tatić, Sze Ting Wong and Yi Weihua

Prof. Danica Dakić, Anke Hannemann und Ina Weise

Kunst und Gestaltung

Kunst im öffentlichen Raum und neue künstlerische Strategien (englischsprachig) (Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.))


Sommersemester 2017

  • Marienstraße 14
    (Treppenhaus, 1. und 3. Etage)

WITHIN FOUR WALLS will explore the borders of public and private space. From the inside of the studio, to the outside of the city centre and everything in between, showcasing the many ways that public art can be presented. Within the walls of M14, previous projects from (UN)SOUNDS OF BUCHENWALD and HOTEL LEIPZIG will be displayed alongside new interventions inside the space. We will also investigate the site-specific approach and take work to the streets of Weimar, emphasising the broadness and range that Public Art and New Artistic Strategies has to offer.

Opening hours:
14.7. 12:00 - 23:00
15.7. 12:00 – 20:00
16.7. 12:00 – 18:00

16.07.2017 20:00 – 16.07.2017 20:45
Marienstraße 14, 3. Etage, Marienstr. 14


Rafaella Constantinou

Installation / Performance (45 min)
Between Weimar and Athens

What can be contained within four walls? An indoor space is turning into a VR platform bridging two different private spaces, of different regions through a live acoustic practice. What is to be explored here is the notion of off-spaces; how the use of sound creates and accommodates psychic and physical spaces, and how a space becomes the host and the guest, and vise versa.

14.07.2017 15:00 – 14.07.2017 16:00
Marienstraße 14, From Marienstraße 14 to Theaterplatz via Schillerstraße


Denise Valeria Rosero Bermudez

Performance (1 hr)

By walking a determined route in the city center of Weimar and transiting with limited access to the visual sense while holding a mirror that points up, and guiding the trajectory solely with what’s reflected on its surface, an understanding of the accessibility for the pedestrians in the urban space aims to be reached.