Albert Weis / changes

13.10.2018 – 6.1.2019

ZAK Center for Contemporary Art – Gallery

 

The Berlin-based artist Albert Weis (* 1969 in Passau) varies with his multidimensional settings of installation, photography and sculpture at the interface between architecture and display, between technical construction and artistic object. The main topics of his art are fractions and productive gaps in the German and European history. Albert Weis’ space-filling installation “changes”, made of mirrored walls, will be the center of the exhibition at ZAK (Galerie). For that, Albert Weis refers to the star-shaped citadel ground plan, the so called “Lynarplan” from 1578, which represents the perfect Renaissance form.

 

Supported by a funding from Senate Department for Culture and Europe / Department of Culture, with the friendly support by Berliner Sparkasse and Dekodur.
Albert Weis, parts, 2016, Aluminium, Neon, Foto: Albert Weis © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2018
ill.: Albert Weis, parts, 2016, Aluminium, Neon, Foto: Albert Weis © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2018
Das lange Gebäude der Alten Kaserne, Foto: Zitadelle Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann

Location

ZAK Center for Contemporary Art // Old Barracks