2023


The Dream
04.02. - 11.02.2023


2022


Voodoo for Fun & Profit
9.12. - 16.12.2022

I think they should break up 
18.11. - 25.11.2022


ZDRÓJ
16.10. - 23.10.22


THREE COURSE MENU
05.07 - 10.07.22

KNIFE AND COMB
10.06. - 15.06.22

THE PERFECT SMILE: SIX TEETH SHOW
07.05. - 12.05.22

“IF I WANT TO I WILL”
18.04. - 02.05.22


2021


Self-Service
10.12. - 20.12.21

BONES
20.11. - 05.12.21

facets, faces
22.10. - 31.10.21

memory is a social organ
10.09. - 19.09.21

Ungrowing
18.06. - 03.07.21

Side Chair, Artist’s Table, #4 Oval Box
04.06. - 14.06.21

HARDCOEUR
23.04. - 30.04.21

Elements of Reading
16.04. - 18.04.21



2020


side by side
24.07. - 29.07.20

ONE AGREEMENT
09.07. - 19.07.20


FAMILIENBANDE
20.03. - 13.04.20

Smells Like Team Spirit
13.03. - 15.03.20

Don't worry, there will be more problems.
21.02. - 07.03.22



2019


tracing echoes
01.11. - 10.11.19

Museum der Kritik
24.10. - 26.10.19

Sekundenbruchteile
17.10. - 20.10.19

less skin
06.09. - 13.09.19

IN ACTU. IN POTENTIA.
17.05. - 26.05.19

Soundbathing
16.02. - 17.02.19

Rips
25.01. - 30.01.19



2018


Subject:Fwd:Unknown
18.10. - 09.12.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Yutie Lee
30.11. - 09.12.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Tim Etchells
16.11. - 25.11.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Nora Turato
02.11. - 11.11.18


Subject:Fwd:Unknown / Michal Heiman 
19.10. - 28.10.18

Gentle Heterodoxy. Social Body
and its Enchantments
30.09. - 09.10.18

Partinuscha's
24.08.18

Proud to present...
15.07. - 21.07.18


-46,08°
11.02. - 25.02.18



2017


P r e s h o w r i t u a l
28.10. - 24.11.17

SuperLiv/fe
09.10. - 10.10.17

Is the peacock merely beautiful or also honest?
01.06. - 23.06.17



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-46,08°


11.02. - 25.02.2018

With
Rasmus Søndergaard Johannsen, Sophie Kitching and Anselm Schenkluhn
Curated by
Sophie Buscher, Alice Gustson and Dierk Höhne

The view into the stars, whether astronomically or technically, corresponds with the wish to bring imagination and reality closer together and, in retrospective, to determine one’s individual position on earth. The capability of going beyond the boundaries of time, space and fiction and the resulting concern with the mightiness of the outer space, is in particular an artistic matter. The moon as a reflection of our own perception.

fffriedrich presents such parallel visual worlds in the exhibition -46,08° with artworks by Rasmus Søndergaard Johannsen, Sophie Kitching and Anselm Schenkluhn. For all three artists, the moon and the stars function as symbols, are subjects of iconographical experiments or have been actively implicated in the process of creating the work of art. In their multiple references to the celestial bodies, the artworks oscillate between personal and scientific artistic approaches and echo various crafting techniques in their aesthetical development. Presence and absence, shadow, illusion and dissolve are found as corresponding elements in the artists’ work.

The exhibition title -46,08° references the angle of the moon in relation to the horizon at the specific place and time of the exhibition opening on February 10th, 2018 at 6 pm at Alte Mainzer Gasse 4. The negative degree value points towards the absents of the moon, that is, unquestionable, existent, yet not visible in the night sky.

















Photography © Robert Schittko
Mark