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Gabriele Walter

Gabriele Walter

Hamburg / Germany

Installation, Painting, Sculpture • Born in Mainz / Germany • Studied at Hamburg / Germany

Published  25/05/2019   |   Updated  31/10/2019

Space starts to move, it changes to a space of streams and needs to be rethought.

SPACE_bottomless

Space starts to move, it changes to a space of streams and needs to be rethought.

The actual works of Gabriele Walter are researching the invisible and untouchable information spaces of the World Wide Web, created of endless chains of 0 and 1.
What qualities of space have virtual, bottomless worlds that are directly detached from the sensory experience of the body and arise through...

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SPACE_bottomless

Space starts to move, it changes to a space of streams and needs to be rethought.

The actual works of Gabriele Walter are researching the invisible and untouchable information spaces of the World Wide Web, created of endless chains of 0 and 1.
What qualities of space have virtual, bottomless worlds that are directly detached from the sensory experience of the body and arise through communication?
How does the relation to the real in this bodiless relationship space look like?

The Internet is the first global network that can integrate all other cultural networks, as it seems.
Nets are nets in that they do not cover areas or fill spaces, but they stand out from an in-between, which is a non-network. These spaces, not defined by the network itself, are decisive for the network.
In between is not a bad place.

In my translucent acrylic works, I develop hybrid spaces, frozen stills, by mixing analog and digital techniques. Creating with light an interaction of the real and the virtual.
Cut outs, image transfers, multi-samples are the means. The boundaries of painting are broadened with today's media.
Mixed reality. Painting without painting.

Folded room sculptures change their shape and color through light play overlays and movement. With colored shadows they form new virtual spaces. The art space is touchable and tangible and at the same time flexible and changeable.

With tape collages, also digitally alienated, iconic and graphic elements of pop-cultural framing, such as trademarks, comics, tattoos and scripts of protest, are developed as in the graffiti scene. These tapescapes mark space, form their own zones, block off, delimit, barricade, are provisional and, together with the acrylic glass, create the play of introspection and insight and thus new spatial conceptions.

And finally, one of the first virtual spaces to consciously work with space experience is the church. I develop a new form of postmodern reverse glass painting from these art historical references.

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Gabriele Walter

Crack, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, tape, LED light and motor

Crack, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, tape, LED light and motor

Crack, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, tape, LED light and motor

Crack, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, tape, LED light and motor

Details from the installation RaumZeitFalte, 2019

Details from the installation RaumZeitFalte, 2019

Installation RaumZeitFalte, Kunsthaus Hamburg, 2019 / translucent acrylic glass, tape, LED light, turning motor

Installation RaumZeitFalte, Kunsthaus Hamburg, 2019 / translucent acrylic glass, tape, LED light, turning motor

{Line_do not cross}, 40cm x 35cm x 30cm, 2017 / translucent acrylic glass, self adhessive tape

{Line_do not cross}, 40cm x 35cm x 30cm, 2017 / translucent acrylic glass, self adhessive tape

Spaceway 1, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

Spaceway 1, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

Spaceway 1, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

Spaceway 1, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

(c.push), 45cm x 35cm x 30cm, 2017 / translucent acrylic glass, self adhessive tape

(c.push), 45cm x 35cm x 30cm, 2017 / translucent acrylic glass, self adhessive tape

harm_less//, 250cm x 150cm x 150cm, installation, 2019, translucent acrylic glass, leaf metal, self adhessive tape, vinyl, turning motor, led light

harm_less//, 250cm x 150cm x 150cm, installation, 2019, translucent acrylic glass, leaf metal, self adhessive tape, vinyl, turning motor, led light

fix me!, 35cm x 30cm x 35cm, 2017 / translucent acrylic glass, self adhessive tape

fix me!, 35cm x 30cm x 35cm, 2017 / translucent acrylic glass, self adhessive tape

harm_less//, 250cm x 150cm x 150cm, installation, 2019, translucent acrylic glass, leaf metal, self adhessive tape, vinyl, turning motor, led light

harm_less//, 250cm x 150cm x 150cm, installation, 2019, translucent acrylic glass, leaf metal, self adhessive tape, vinyl, turning motor, led light

NO_exit, 80cm x 30cm x 45cm, 2016 / translucent acrylic glass, acrylic paint, self adhessive tape

NO_exit, 80cm x 30cm x 45cm, 2016 / translucent acrylic glass, acrylic paint, self adhessive tape

Kosmos 2054, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

Kosmos 2054, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

Sinosat 1, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

Sinosat 1, 2019, Installation with translucent acrylic glass, marker, tape, plastic mesh, LED light and motor

list.equal/no return, 30cm x 30cm x 10cm, 2019 / translucent acrylic glass, leaf metal, self adhessive tape

list.equal/no return, 30cm x 30cm x 10cm, 2019 / translucent acrylic glass, leaf metal, self adhessive tape

Ostrale 2015, Dresden

Ostrale 2015, Dresden

Invitation to paradise, 112cm x 112cm x 0,6cm / Acrylic paint, image transfer, tape on transparent acrylic glass.

Invitation to paradise, 112cm x 112cm x 0,6cm / Acrylic paint, image transfer, tape on transparent acrylic glass.

Dangerous minds #2, 112cm x 112cm x 0,6cm / Acrylic paint, image transfer, vinyl, self adhessive tape on transparent acrylic glass.

Dangerous minds #2, 112cm x 112cm x 0,6cm / Acrylic paint, image transfer, vinyl, self adhessive tape on transparent acrylic glass.

ME, 75cm x 70cm x 0,6cm, 2015 / Acrylic paint, image transfer on acrylic glass

ME, 75cm x 70cm x 0,6cm, 2015 / Acrylic paint, image transfer on acrylic glass

Stolen_moments, 112cm x 75cm x 0,6cm, 2016 / Acylic paint, image transfer, self adhessive tape on transparent acylic glass

Stolen_moments, 112cm x 75cm x 0,6cm, 2016 / Acylic paint, image transfer, self adhessive tape on transparent acylic glass

RaumZeitFalte

Installation at Kunsthaus Hamburg 2019. (Transluzent acrylic glass, tape, light, motor)

Farbiges_Rauschen

Installation FARBIGES_RAUSCHEN, 2019
Gabriele Walter

Inside the studio

Inside the studio artist presentation.


EXHIBITIONS

SOLO

2017

Galerie Morgenland, Hamburg, Germany

2015

Werkschau, Pluta, München, Germany

2013

Unorte, Galerie der Gedok, Hamburg, Germany

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GROUP

2020

RETURN CODES, Kunsthaus Hamburg

2019

Shelter, Kunstpakhuset, Ikast, Denmark

Me at the zoo, Kunsthaus Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

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AWARDS

2020, nominated for the New York residency of Schloss Balmoral/Residency Unlimited

2018, UK-GERMANY 2018, Artist in residence at british Council

2012, Grant space for emerging artists at Contemporary Art Ruhr.


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