GROUNDED

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26.06.2022 – 17.07.2022

GROUNDED

Kerstin Abraham · Jochen Brandt · Andrés Enríquez · Margaret Curtis · Hans Fischer · Maria Fischer · Helga Kanak · Erik Hilber · Sebastian Pertl · Milan Peters · Elke Sada · Sebastian Scheid · Iris Schöne · Nawon Song · Katharina Weber

Opening on Sunday, 20.10. at 11 a.m., the gallery is open from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m..

The exhibition is open

• Wednesday 14:30 – 19:00 Uhr
• Saturday 14:30 – 18:00 Uhr
• Sunday 11:00 – 17:00 Uhr

and by appointment

Please remember to drive from the direction of Aschaffenburg via Steinbach. All other directions are open.

GROUNDED – on this substrate the new exhibition presents ceramics for everyday life and sculptural works.

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The ivory glazes over the printed decor of the porcelain from the early 1950s are a good surface to paint on. Sometimes my drawings form dark halos when the iron in my colours is challenged by the iron in the industrial glazes – and sometimes they don’t. The lines recline in the interior of the cups, nothing is straight any more, only more or less curved…

Kerstin Abraham, May 2022

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Colour Gradient
Delicate colours, lightness and a gentle movement shape these vessels out of a desire for solace and calm during times of uncertainty and loneliness. However, our cherished calm has a fragile nature and can completely disappear in the face of fear. This fragility is also embodied by the thin, partly translucent material.

Andrés Enríquez, May 2022

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In those places unused by humans, nature creates itself almost invisibly, its own, spectacular spots from living beings of all kinds. Flora and fauna create a fantastic world above, below and within limited spaces (the narrowest places). No matter how minimal and unreal, the impressions of this journey of discovery are breathtaking even on the smallest and tiniest scale.

Erik Hilber, Mai 2022

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The clay straw is an object that always stands in relation to a vessel. In the course of this preceding study on the relationship between the cup and the clay straw, different heights emerged. The vessel always sets the terms for the clay straw, so that the viewer is now invited to select their individual cup and clay straw. The vessel always sets the terms for the clay straw, so that the viewer is now invited to select their individual cup and clay straw. Furthermore, the new colour tones invite us to place our own emphasis with the clay straws 2.0. The expanded colour spectrum plays with dyads and triads and thus creates a luminous variation of cold-warm and light-dark contrasts.

Katharina Weber, May 2022

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