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Munich_at kunstverein_k.m ‘Sudoku’

Yesterday afternoon, a walk through of the exhibition ‘Sudoku’ at Munchen Kunstverein by its director Chris Fitzpatrick.

From 4 July until 6 September 2015, Kunstverein München presents ‘Sudoku’ — an exhibition by Gintaras Didžiapetris, Renée Levi, and Rosalind Nashashibi.

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The exhibition is titled after  a popular Japanese puzzle ‘Sudoku’ which deductive logic is used to fill a concentric grid of squares with the numbers 1 through 9 in correct locations. Each artist has used the puzzle’s restrictive rules as a productive system for responsively creating new individual work, re-presenting existing work in new ways, and exhibiting it all within a collective installation that is both symbiotic and parasitic.  (k.m press handout, edition of 1250 copies)

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Nearly 50 works were produced individually, but the resulting exhibition is a more collective affair, which is fitting since the artists have become increasingly entangled over the years. Levi made a series of paintings in response to a film by Nashashibi, who later filmed Levi painting with a mop in her Basel studio. Likewise, Didžiapetris and Nashashibi continue to influence each other’s practices. Through Sudoku the artists’ entanglement is pulled even tighter, into a knot, through which their individual approaches are even more visible. (k.m press)

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Munich_at Kustverein; a vernissage for a window display “Impressions of Youth in an Epoch of Death”…

24 September to 2 November 2014

A small vernissage last night at Kunsteverein  (Tuesday 23 September 2014, 7.00pm) in the window display of Kunstverein München

‘Impressions of Youth in an Epoch of Death: The Beginnings and Ends of Vetjylien N’gyrz’
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For the inaugural event in Kunstverein München’s new Autumn series k.m codex, artist’s Veit Laurent Kurz and Julien Nguyen have created a special window display dedicated to their fictitious character, the crypto-polymath Vetjylien N’gyrz.

An aged rock wall is installed as the backdrop for materials relating to the character’s early life as a botanist on the cusp of a formative moment that leads him to perverse thought and experimentation. Fashioned in the style of a grotto or early Christian catacomb, the display is infused with rusty tech, scepters and a veneration icon of a young N’gyrz.

and of course I walked away with a small present by Kunstverein

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a beautiful and warm evening

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more here http://www.kunstverein-muenchen.de/de/vetjylienngyrz

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