Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir Dresden Public Art View
Starts: 29TH OF JULY 2014
Ends: 7TH OF AUGUST 2014
Guided tour: 2ND OF AUGUST 2014
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Artistic directors: Lucie Freynhagen and Svenja Wichmann
International Jury selection.
Hulda Rós Guðnadóttir participates in the exhibition Dresden Public Art View
together with Antoni Muntadas (ES), Bethan Huws (GB), Matt Siber (US), Helfried Strauss (DE), Julian Germain (GB), Gustav Hellberg (SE), Danielle Ferreira (BR), Alhleigh Garwood (AU), Mathieu Tremblin (FR), Karina Pais (EC), Vigilante (IT/FR), Anne-Emilie Philippe (FR), Benedikte Bjerre (DK), Anais Boudot (FR), Marco Cechet (IT), Renate Egger (AT), Wouter Huis (NL), Pawel Kowzan (PL), Maud Lefever (BE), Paula Menga (AR), Midori Mitamura (JP), Daniel Nicolae Djamo (RO), Emma Cozzani (FR), BR1 (IT), Kristin Posehn (US), Danny Foolen (NL), Marie-Luise Marchand (DE), Frauke Thielking (DE) and other artists from Germany.
Dresden Public Art View sees to position artistic approaches outside of existing Art-Institutions in public every day. The perception of art is often influenced by institutional locations, rituals or events which create an aura that makes it hard to encounter art impartially and open minded. In the spirit of Klaus Staecks ,,Die Kunst findet nicht im Saale statt” (art does not take place in the hall) DRESDEN PUBLIC ART VIEW seeks to understand public space as a complex site for art that is accessible for everyone. Billboards are part of our public everyday life and normally they represent the consumer culture of our society. Instead of their usual purpose DRESDEN PUBLIC ART VIEW wants to use Billboards to critically reflect on social and political contexts and to enable an immediate perception of contempoary artworks.