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#about Hi! Welcome to Media Art—Photography at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (HfG).  This website displays the online conversation of the area's chat group in realtime. You might want to use the search bar to navigate.

#about Hi! Welcome to Media Art—Photography at Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (HfG).  This website displays the online conversation of the area's chat group in realtime. You might want to use the search bar to navigate.

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Susanne Kriemann

exhibition #minimalism @ #nationalgallerysingapore hier #TangDaWu Arbeiten ‘Untitled’ ‘These photographs document Tang Da Wu’s study of the changing environment of Singapore upon his return from London in #1979 ... Tang’s work reflects his intimate engagement with his materials, as well as his interest in how human actions and environmental processes leave their mark, especially within nature.’

Susanne Kriemann

exhibition #minimalism @ #nationalgallerysingapore hier #MaryMiss Arbeiten ‘BatteryPark_Landfill’ ‘Mary Miss has been creating striking sculptural and architectural interventions into public space since the #1960 s. ... In her work ‘’Battery Park Landfill’’, Miss uses her materials to highlight something intangible - a column of air. ... The three photographs here show that from a particular angle, the structures appear to be directing a column of air towards the ground.’

Susanne Kriemann

exhibition #minimalism @ #nationalgallerysingapore hier #MaryMiss Arbeiten ‘BatteryPark_Landfill’ ‘Mary Miss has been creating striking sculptural and architectural interventions into public space since the #1960 s. ... In her work ‘’Battery Park Landfill’’, Miss uses her materials to highlight something intangible - a column of air. ... The three photographs here show that from a particular angle, the structures appear to be directing a column of air towards the ground.’

Susanne Kriemann

exhibition #minimalism @ #nationalgallerysingapore hier #TangDaWu Arbeiten ‘Untitled’ ‘These photographs document Tang Da Wu’s study of the changing environment of Singapore upon his return from London in #1979 ... Tang’s work reflects his intimate engagement with his materials, as well as his interest in how human actions and environmental processes leave their mark, especially within nature.’