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For the duration of the Biennale arte 2019, the German Pavilion will be declared an Ankersentrum.
In search of the unstable forms and possibilities of survival, resistance and solidarity, ruins are continually occupied, rededicated, rebuilt, inhabited. While the ruin itself is of less interest, its appropriation is a matter of extreme urgency. The Ankersentrum consists of an expansive installation; its structural, sculptural and sonic elements open up the space of the German Pavilion for an immediate somatic experience.
An essential part of the artistic contribution is the publication „Ankersentrum (surviving inthe ruinous ruin)“, designed by Maziyar Pahlevan and published by Archive Books. it contains poems, drawings, photographs and texts by Natascha Süder Happelmann, Nida Ghouse, Franciska Zólyom, Helene Duldung, Rheim Alkadhi, Aino Korvensyrjä, David Jassey, Rex Osa, Jasper Kettner, Fritz Lazlo Weber and Felix Meyer.
More about the German Pavilion: https://deutscher-pavillon.org/en/
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With contributions by Rheim Alkadhi, Jessica Ekomane, Nida Ghouse, David Jassey, Jasper Kettner, Kooperative für Darstellungspolitik, Aino Korvensyrjä, Maurice Louca, Jako Maron, Márcio Matos for DJ Marfox, Felix Meyer, Tisha Mukarji, Seda Naiumad, Rex Osa, Elnaz Seyedi, Natascha Süder Happelmann, Fritz Lazlo Weber, Franciska Zólyom.
Designed by Maziyar Pahlevan.
Natascha Süder Happelmann (born in Budapest, 1987, or Sachsenheim, 1968, or Australia, 1979, or Munich, 1979, or Tehran, 1967, or London, 1966, or Iran, 1953) is an artist who lives and works in Berlin, Germany, or Kassel, Germany, or Gütersloh, Germany, or Santa Monica, California, USA, or the Cotswolds, Great Britain. (Source: Wikipedia).
Natascha Süder Happelmann’s work investigates how the world is made, and the biopolitical and geopolitical interactions and entanglements that underlie it. She reassesses the conditions and spaces for artistic action and activates aesthetic research in political and social contexts.
The artist creates works in the fields of installation, performance, text, and sound. She repeatedly allows her practice to flow into collective processes, and addresses the collectiveand transdisciplinary aspect of artistic work.
Rather than providing further biographical information, the artist refers to the platform bioswop.net. This online exchange platform, which has existed since 2004, enables artists and other cultural workers to exchange CVs or compile them from existing data.