Parasol Observations: Open Studio With Artists In Residence

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Please join us for an open studio with our current artists in residence from Dusseldorf. Liza Dieckwisch, Ae Ran Kim, Jungwoon Kim and Klara Paterok met at the Art Academy in Dusseldorf, Germany and since their graduation in 2014 they regularly travel and work together. During their six week stay at Popps Packing, Liza, Ae Ran, Jungwoon and Klara have been exploring food, architecture and movement in Detroit through collage, video, and installations. Light snacks and refreshments will be served. Bring a dish to pass or to throw on the grill.

Liza Dieckwisch is a painter. She combines her colors directly in the space, there is no canvas or other medium, her “paintings” are the colors themselves, the colors seem to be “autonomous”. Dieckwisch’s works allow a straight communication between the artist and the audience.

Aeran Kim accepts and respects the irony and illogicality of life. She observes the daily routine and interrupts it before it serves a purpose; in this way she eliminates the everyday occurrence. You can find the irony as concept in the details of the performance’s process. Those details change several times in the process of the work, it seems that they destroy the perfect structure, but in fact they accomplish the whole structure.

Jungwoon Kim composes psychological cities. The installations are built with everyday objects: stairways. For her constructions she employs foam board that kind of material used for the architectural models. Colors, silicone, collages and video disturb the clean white surface of the material. Moreover the strictness of the structure of the work is broken.

Klara Paterok deals with cultural objects, architectural characteristics and shapes of nature. She combines these topics and defines points of contact by alteration of materiality and form. The reference of objects to the nature and body of the human being plays an important role in this process. One of her particular interest lies in the contentual and visual overlap of cultural and natural objects (® objets ambigus, Valéry, P.)
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