kuk

cologne 

MOVING TARGET | GROUP SHOW I 14.11.2015 - 14.01.2016

TRACEY SNELLING   TESSA KNAPP   ROBERT KUNEC   TOBIAS STERNBERG  ANDY HOLTIN   JULIUS BUSCH   JONATHAN DE WINTER

The exhibition MOVING TARGET is set on the thin line between two levels of meaning of the eponymous term. Moving target describes the temporal or substantive target change in the context of project management as well as for the military association of a moving target object. The works exhibited take up the topic of substantive development of ideas in order to visualize the changes. 

Tracey Snelling, Shoot It!, 30 x 48 x 38 cm (12 x 19 x 15 inch), wood, paint, electroluminescent wire, cold cathode tubes, motor, plastic, fake landscaping, media player, speaker, 2015

Shoot It! is a criticism on gun rights and the mass shootings. In the US The sculpture is a small scale carnival shooting gallery, with a spinning platform with animals such as a buffalo, rabbit, moose and squirrel. There are other things to shoot at too, such as rubber duckies and a wall display. A rifle, a few handguns and an automatic are available to choose from as your weapon. An audio track plays with clips of Charlton Heston, Elmer Fudd, Scarface, Deliverance, and other sound clips.

Tracey Snelling, Shoot It!, 30 x 48 x 38 cm (12 x 19 x 15 inch), wood, paint, electroluminescent wire, cold cathode tubes, motor, plastic, fake landscaping, media player, speaker, 2015

Tracey Snelling, Shoot It!, 30 x 48 x 38 cm (12 x 19 x 15 inch), wood, paint, electroluminescent wire, cold cathode tubes, motor, plastic, fake landscaping, media player, speaker, 2015. VIDEOLINK:  https://vimeo.com/145446541

Tobias Sternberg, interactive collages, each 32 x 43 x 4 cm, framed, 2015

Tobias Sternberg, Little Brother, interactive collage, speker, wooden frame, 32 x 43 x 4 cm, 2015/2016

Tobias Sternberg, New Masters, interactive collage, LEDs, wooden frame, 32 x 43 x 4 cm, 2015/2016

Tobias Sternberg, interactive collages, each 32 x 43 x 4 cm, framed, 2015. VIDEOLINK: https://vimeo.com/146487718 Password: masters

Exhibition view, 2015

Robert Kunec, Black Box, record player, figures, razor blades, dollar bill, 2014 

Robert Kunec, Black Box, detail, record player, figures, razor blades, dollar bill, 2014. VIDEOLINK: https://vimeo.com/146710347 Password: box

Julius Busch, Reichsluder, Assemblage, ca. 180 x 100 x 40 cm, 2014

Reichsluder is referring to the shooting of Aachen’s mayor Openhoff at the end of WWII. The killing was caused by the betrayel of a young woman from Hitler’s BDM organization.

Tessa Knapp, Beyond Question, projector, 27 slides, 2015 

Tessa Knapp, Beyond Question, projector, 27 slides, 2015

Andy Holtin, Trying to remember only damages the memory. It's best to just leave it alone.", 110 x 50 x 35 cm, interactive installation on black wooden table, liamps, cardboard, 2015 

The work creates a model (a rocking chair illuminated by an ever changing artificial day and night light) of a small moment extended into unregulated time. As a model of experience or memory it attempts to be accurate while at the same time distorted.

Andy Holtin, Trying to remember only damages the memory. It's best to just leave it alone.", 110 x 50 x 35 cm, interactive installation on black wooden table, liamps, cardboard, 2015. VIDEOLINK: https://vimeo.com/146055063) Password Chair 

Jonathan de Winter, Drums, interactive drum performance machine, ca. 170 x 50 x 60 cm, 2014