Monthly Archives: April 2015

Exhibition // HYPER HYPER / can’t stop the hardcore / 01 & 02.05.15

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We like to announce our next exhibition “Hyper Hyper” which is part of the famous “Spinnereeirundgang” and its anniversary. Different topics and positions will reflect each other in this show and the transdiciplinarily two days program. All friends & interest are welcome!

Date: 1 & 2.5.2015 / 15:00 – Open End

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Re-View: TERMINATERROR // 26.02.15

For the last “Winterrundgang 2015” the artists Norihiro Usui, Martin Holz & Ines Lucines took part on the “PILOTENKUECHE” -exhibition with their work “TERMINATERROR”. The artwork consisted of different and diverse positions which were compared to one body.

Further collaborations at the “KUNSTFEST 2015” are planned. The festival will happen at the new uprising “EASTSIDE STUDIO” of the “PILOTENKUECHE”. We let you know all informations about these new future of our residence.
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meet the pilots: Anushka Rustomji

Anushka Rustomji, Ariz of the deep ink and gouache on paper 43 x 30 cm

Anushka Rustomji, Ariz of the deep ink and gouache on paper 43 x 30 cm

Anushka Rustomji is currently based in Dessau.  Born in Karachi in 1989, she graduated from the National College of Arts in Lahore with a BFA in Painting. Her drawings and paintings are inspired by the varying shapes and patterns found in natural elements and land forms. We asked her three questions to get to know her better.

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‘Effusive’ interview with Martin Holz

INTERVIEW FOR THE EFFUSIVE MAGAZINE (2015)
with Martin Holz, coordinator of the Pilotenkueche
by Lizette. S. Harvener

Last week I met Martin, the coordinator of the Pilotenkueche project, artist and writer, an extremely fascinating person, completely dedicated to his work. Thereby, I promised to allow him to give his testimony without further interruption.

hünengenerator (2011)

hünengenerator (2011)

hünengenerator (2011)

hünengenerator (2011)

Therefore, Pilotenkueche is an artist residency, a generator of disciplinal complexity. It has autonomy and a personality with various shades. It organizes expositions, event, representations, hosting between 6 and 10 artists who use the space for their personal usage. The focus is on the multitude of disciplines and their connections, from authors to artists, to performances, a synergy, and a mutual exercise to explore art. Continue reading