Still from 'Ink in Milk' 2018

Gernot Wieland

Still from 'Ink in Milk' 2018

Upcoming

17 January 2019 — 16 February 2019

17 Jan 2019 — 16 Feb 2019

Gernot Wieland:


Ink in Milk

Belmacz is delighted to present the first solo exhibition of Gernot Wieland in the UK.

 

The video installation, Ink in Milk, guides us through a poetic narrative into a décollage of childhood memories, imitations, and psychiatric dilemmas that explore the ‘sharp crystal structures’ that characterize our constricted existence as humans.

 

 

Gernot Wieland: born 1968 in Horn, Austria. He studied at Universität der Künste, Berlin and Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna. Wieland has recently participated in 35 Kasseler Dokumentar, Film und Videofest, ‘Monitering’, Kassel (2018); Zeitspuren, Centre d´art Pasquart, Biel/Bienne (2018); ‘Shame’, Künstlerhaus Bremen (2018); at OGR, Torino with his lecture performance ‘Depression in Animals’ (2018); Survival Kit 9, LCCA – Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga (2017); The Museum of Modern Comedy in Art – A Proposal, Projects Art Centre, Dublin (2017); MOSTYN Open 20, Llandudno, Wales (2017); 9th Norwegian Sculpture Biennial, Vigeland Museum, Oslo (2017); Body Luggage – Migration of Gestures at Kunsthaus Graz, Graz (2016/17); Histoires de l’Ile des Bienheureux, Musée du chateau des ducs de Wurtemberg, Montbéliard (2016/17); „Hello, my name is…“…and…“Yes, I´m fine.“, Lumiar Cité, Lisbon (2016); Random Walks, Konsthall 44 Møn, Askeby (2016); the performance event Puppet Slam for the exhibition Objects Do Things, CCA – Center for Contemporary Art, Warszaw (2016); a TED Talk for TEDxGhent, Ghent (2016); Liberty Taken, An international festival of arts in the city of Bombay, Bombay (2015); Midsummer Night Scream, De Appel arts centre, Amsterdam (2015); No Bad Days, Konstmuseum Kalmar, Kalmar (2015); The reluctant narrator, Museo Berardo, Lisbon (2015); Videonale.14 – Festival for Contemporary Video Art, Kunstmuseum Bonn (2013); Nach Bonn – Eine Montage, Kunstverein Bonn (2012); An exhibition of a Study on Knowledge, Forum Stadtpark, Graz (2012).

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