PAULA GEHRMANN

kontakt@paulagehrmann.de

Bewußtes Unvermögen – Archive Gabriele Stötzer

Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig
March 09, 2019 - March 29, 2020

Based on her artistic practice, the artist Paula Gehrmann develops spatial installations for the Stötzer Archive that comment and expand upon both Stötzer’s work and the conception of the archive. The archive undergoes transformations, opening up continually new perspectives on the design of social and artistic spaces for action in the recent past and present. The title Conscious Inability – a quotation from Stötzer – refers to the strategic infiltration of social and artistic norms.
The selection of material on display changes in three overall stages, the focus of each part corresponding with the changing exhibitions shown in the GfZK New Building. The first part, which runs parallel to the exhibition anarchive, is concerned with Stötzer’s practice and reception as well as the nature of archives and the culture of remembrance with which they are associated.

School without Centre *Moscow

Cooperation District Berlin & Moscow Museum of Modern Art & Goethe Institute
Sept 01 - Nov 25, 2018

PLAGWITZER PLANE

LINDENOW; Kaufhaus Held Leipzig
Oct 05 - Oct 07, 2018
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OKW on Display

Lebenshilfe Leipzig e.V.
Heilandskirche Leipzig
Aug 25 - Sept 23, 2018
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OUT OF 28

Re*Creation; Fotograf Gallery Prag
Oct 12 — Nov 10 2018
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OUT OF 28

20 Photobooks from C-Prints;
Detail: 20180624;
2018
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RESIDENCY

Meet Factory Praha;
June 2018

WEWILLNEVERMAKEIT

Site specific installation, Fine Art Print in varoius size; MMOMA Moscow, Russia
May 16 — August 26, 2018
Part of Moscow International Biennale for Young Art 2018

Group Show "Based on these new dependencies, we define five normal forms" at Moscow Museum of Modern Art supported by Goethe Institut Moscow; Curated by Lena Brüggemann; Part of Moscow International Biennale for Young Art 2018.

The project «Based on These New Dependencies, We Define Five Normal Forms» aims to reflect on the evolution of social relationships, articulate unarticulated desires towards new relations and foster propositions on how we can live together. The exhibition and an education program accompanying it take as their starting point ideas of the socio-cultural and artistic movement Proletkult which, in particular, focused on the problem of the incompatibility of prescriptive management with the principles of self-organization. Drawing on the functions of the Soviet workers‘ club the exhibition space at 17 Ermolaevsky Lane acts as a place to experience art, a library, a training ground and an oracle — changing its function according to the activities taking place.
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WEWILLNEVERMAKEIT

Fine Art Print various size;
2018
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DOK Neuland; since 2016

Variable modules, black Aluminium tubes, MDF panel, Plexiglas;
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HERBST

Painting Benjamin Dittrich;
Bistro 21 Leipzig;
Sept 07 - Sept 24, 2017
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HERBST

Fine Art Print various size;
2017
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DISPLAY

with Nadine Richter (OKW Lebenshilfe Leipzig e.V.)
supported by Stadt Leipzig
Aug, 2017
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IM_MOBILITIES

Galerie KUB Leipzig
Jun 10 - Jun 30, 2017
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IM_MOBILITIES

Fine Art Print 60x45cm;
2017
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Legitimate Rehearsal #2

Kunstraum D21 e.V. Leipzig
May 04 - May 21, 2017
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LEGITIMATE REHEARSAL

Fine Art Print various size;
2017
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Legitimate Rehearsal #1

Kunstraum D21 e.V. Leipzig
Apr 14 - May 04, 2017
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CLAVIERS

Residency & Exhibition Claviers, France
Sept 03 - Oct 10, 2016
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CLAVIERS

Fine Art Print 19.5x26cm mounted;
2016
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DIPLOM

Fine Art Print various size;
Sitespecific Installation for Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig
July, 2015
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DIPLOM

Fine Art Print various size mounted;
2015
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VARIABLE

Photographic Sculpture
Plywood
2014

For one VARIABLE functions as a display. Used as an extendable module it can present imagery, objects and projection. Reduced on its sheer form the walk able installation with its rectangular surfaces also segments and frames its surrounding.
As the spectator moves through and around it his view is directed through the openings and closings of the sections and extracted images similar to the qualities of a photographic camera are generated. It is an offer to the spectator who can activate these processes through his own movement around as well by taking on the architecture.
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MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS

Exhibition Architecture, Baryt and Fine Art Photography various size;
Cooperation with University Collections Leipzig, Ancient Museum & Egyptian Museum Leipzig
Apr 04 - May 05, 2014
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MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS

Baryt 13x18cm framed;
2014
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WLP

Sculpture & Photography
Opening soon – Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz in progress;
Group Exhibition at Academy of Fine Arts and at
Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz Leipzig
2013
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