Anna K. E.
Dolorem Ipsum

Mar. 23 - June 30, 2024

Anna K. E.
Dolorem Ipsum (Silence in my Pocket)
23.03 - 30. 06.2024
Anna K.E., Studio Landscape II, 2020, photo collage, Courtesy the Artist, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin

When there is an appointed horizon, the thoughts rotate and investigate the given.
Lingering inward-outward realms, where the fine dilemma occurs and connects the links missing between inner and outer natures.

There is a posture, that has been hold and defined, in spirit of freedom, in spirit of revel.
There is auxiliary sense of time that has been defined, in spirit of freedom, in spirit of revel.

In those timelapses - atoms splitting, rearranging self algorithmically. Stretching beyond duties, beyond performing recreational functionalities. Identifying the process as an ultimate veracity - where the duration and motion has become a substantial purpose of undefined time; watering landscapes of Archimedean point (Punctum Archimedis).

Fall becoming the tolerating form of self-barring continuation.

Statement, Anna K.E., 2023

Anna K.E. was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1986 in a family of well known Georgian artists Gia Edzgveradze and Keti Kapanadze. She currently lives and works between Düsseldorf and New York. The former student of the famous Georgian ballet school Vakhtang Chabukiani, she moved to Germany in 2000 and studied in Stuttgart at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in the class of Professor Alexander Roob, and in Düsseldorf, at the Kunstakademie in the class of Professor Hubert Kiecol. In 2010 she received Diploma and Meisterschülerin from Prof. Georg Herold and Prof. Christopher Williams.

Anna K.E. represented Georgia at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019 and has participated in numerous international solo and group exhibitions. Her works are represented in renowned public and private collections.

Anna K.E. works in the fields of drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, video and sound. Her site-specific installations incorporate also performative elements of their afterthoughts and remnants. Moving freely between the different languages of architecture, design and art, her interest lies in the analysis and overcoming of existing and self-made cultural, social and artistic structures.

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