Projects from 2006

  PROJECTS - 2006
from scholarship holders from the Künstlerhaus Lukas, who have recieved a project scholarship from our partner houses:

  Johannes Burr - MOTIVATION - Workshop with the Richard-Wossidlo-Gymnasium Ribnitz-Damgarten - Video and Drawing

Coming from two artists who worked within the means of interview, - Hubert Fichte (St. Pauli Interviews) and Pier Paolo Pasolini (Comzizi dàmore - Gastmal der Liebe) have attempted to teach students, how that is to develop questions behind the camera as well as to place questions and answer questions: Which question should be most important? What are we interested in? Wheredo we start, where do we stop? Why is something most important?
The students interview each other, stage little scenes, go on the street, and present their questions to people. Accompanying this workshop is physical activity for the actors, for spontenaity as well as to sharpen their observation that Johannes Burr lead through during his stay in March and April 2006.

The project is a part of Johannes Burr's larger work "Motivationsforschung", in which he includes the residents of the region of Ahrenshoop.  This motivation research understands the artist who is examining the performative quality of our everyday lives: the performance is conscience appropriate strategy for everyday and as visible making unconscience as well as invisible qualities of everyday, with which he rents a mythical dimension.  A first public presentation will be installed with drawings and videos in Fall 2006 in the Richard-Wossidlo-Gymnsium. The presentation of his work is scheduled to be installed in the Kunsthalle Rostock for 2007.

  Irma Lescinskaite, Madelene Oldeman, Anja Krueger and Hartmut Dorschner
- an exhibit project with the 
Neuen Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop - Painting, Video, Drawing, Objects, and Composition

Inside the scholarship program of the Künstlerhaues Lukas, the Lithuanian painter and graphic artist Irma Lescinskaite (Vilnius), the Swedish drawing and video artist Madelene Oldeman (Skivarp) and Anja Krueger (Painting, Graphics und Objects), who lives in Neuendorf near Greifswald, received together the opportunity to exhibit at the Neuen Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop.  Madelene Oldemann and Irma Lescinskaite prepared this exhibit during their scholarship stay at the Künstlerhaus Lukas and Anja Krueger worked at the Graphik wokrshop Simrishamn in south Sweden. The composer and saxophonist Hartmut Dorschner received a scholarship in the Künstlerhaus Lukas in January 2006.  The exhibit was shown from March 25 until May 22, 2006 in the Neuen Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop and began with a performance by the composer Hartmut Dorschner (Almut Stoch - Violin, Katharina Unger - Cello). A Schuber mit Katalogen of the three artist in German, English, and the vernacular at the time as well as a CD with a composition from Hartmut Dorschner to the narrative "Der Tänzer Malige" from Johannes Bobrowski accompanies the project. Over the EDITION HOHES UFER AHRENSHOOP receives the catalogue and CD.  Inside our exchange program, the exhibit will be shown in the Kunstmuseum Ystad from September 2 until October 15 in the Kunstmuseum Ystad.

  Heike Geißler and Adrian Sauer
. - a project in collaboration with the Literaturhaus Kuhtor Rostock - Literature und Video

Area N.N. is the first joint project between the author Heike Geißler and the fine artist Adrian Sauer.  Both working extensions will become the joint mode of operation to a new language.  This is possible through video installation with an animated text and work in film sequence.  So text and pictures become bundled into media.  The ride to pervading the fictive narrative rooms with likely factual interior study of the camera picture.  In a performance to present their work, the artists will explain and expand the dialogue.  A leaflet and placard will receive this task while both are absent. Heike Geißler and Adrian Sauer were scholarship holders at the Künstlerhaus Lukas in March 2006 and will work on their project in August.  A public presentation is scheduled to be held in the Literaturhaus Kuhtor in the Fall 2006.  
  Maren Strack, Max Schumacher and Hiroko TanahashiON THE FLIGHT - Work in progress-performance scheduled for the Langen Nacht der Kunst Ahrenshoop - Dance performance from Maren Strack and post theater

A dancer, a dramatist, and a video performer together received a project scholarship from a part of a larger preparation to realize current collaboration.  The Künstlerhaus Lukas presented a work-in-progress performance of this project from Maren Strack (dance), Max Schmacher (Dramatugie), and Miroko Tanahashi (Video) - scholarship holders in the Künstlerhaus Lukas in August in Ahrenshoop. The project will be presented completely at the Langen Nacht der Kunst on August 19, 2006 in Ahrenshoop.
"On the flight" is a public work presentation of the experimental process for the new performance "Beau Fort 10" in Freien. Maren Strack and post theater investigated the connection between kite flying, body action, and wind velocity in Ahrenshoop.  How can a hundred year old communication device, the kite, be a choreographic partner?  The study of kites was completed with a biography of Elly Beinhorn and Amelia Earhart - the most famous female pilots.  What did the wind blow away?

  Suska Mackert
Project scholarship holder in the Künstlerhaus Lukas in September and October 2006

  Yuko Kaseki and Erika Matsunami - Project scholarship holders in November 2006



Sabine Herrmann - Exhibit cooperation with the Kunstkaten Ahrenshoop

Franziska Groszer - Scholarship holder in May 2006 in the Künstlerhaus Lukas - Reading on the occasion of the Artfest of the art society of Ribnitz-Damgarten in the Galerie im Kloster

Marion Poschmann und Grit Poppe - previous scholarship holders at the Künstlerhauses Lukas - reading on the occasion of the Langen Nacht der Kunst in Ahrenshoop

Georg Katzer - Honored guest of the Künstlerhauses Lukas in September 2006 - Several performances are in preparation in collaboration with the Hochschule für Musik und Theater and the Klanggalerie in Ahrenshoop