Women’s legs, iridescent tights and what appears to be blue-painted salt dough figures are the ingredients to Roman Schramm‘s leg series. A monochromatic grey surface and your regular Photoshop drop shadow round off the absurd composition. Incorporating psychology, sculpture and various graphic programs, Schramm’s acclaimed multidisciplinary approach can be seen at many prestigious institutions in Germany. Most recently at the KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin, including parts of Satellite City which was featured in TISSUE N°5.
Schramm’s solo exhibition with Kunsthaus Jesteburg in Hamburg starts tomorrow, October 20 at Barlach Halle K, featuring three-dimensional visual compositions and large format works. Find more information below.
21.10. – 03.11.2016
Opening: 20.10.2016, 7 PM
Barlach Halle K
A catalogue has also been published with argobooks, Berlin on the occasion of the exhibition. (ISBN 978-3-942700-80-1)
The exhibition and accompanying publication have been made possible with the kind support of the Dermatologikum Hamburg, Prof. Dr. Volker Steinkraus and GALENpharma.
Roman Schramm will also open a solo exhibition with new works at the Kunsthaus Jesteburg on the 27th of November 2016.
Revisit Satellite City as featured in TISSUE N°5, p. 32—45: https://tissuemagazine.com/tissue-magazine-n5/