Philip Solms, Tomomi Yamakawa, Juliet Wagner, Claudia Orben, photo: Ian Waelder
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Nadia Perlov, Jardin Jadore, 2020, Videoinstallation; Lady Bug, 2020, 100 x 100 x 6 cm, Installation view, L’Esprit—Absolventenausstellung 2020, photo: Eike Walkenhorst
Graduate Prize 2020
Annette Hans, Kristin Reiman, Martin Engler, Jakob Brugge, Paula Kommoss, Jenny Nachtigall, Rebekka Seubert and Il-Jin Choi, Städel Garden, 2019
Graduate Prize 2019
Jack Heard, Städelschule, 2018
Graduate Prize 2018
Graduate Prize 2017
Anne Speier, Photo: Diana Pfammatter 2017
30 years of Portikus
Jubilee 200 Years Städelschule, Photo: Wolfgang Günzel, 2017
200 years of the Städelschule
Book Cover, 2017
Helke Bayrle
Anna Goetz and Stuart Middleton, MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, 2016
Graduate prize 2016
Filippa Pettersson, Amy Ball, Don´t be a stranger (2015), Image © Camilo Brau
Amy Ball & Filippa Pettersson
Rosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD Video, color, sound, 9 minutes 48 seconds, Filmstill; Foto © Camilo Brau
Rosa Aiello & Cooper Jacoby
Building an Image Performance, Italian Cultural Institute New York, 2016
Letizia Calori & Violette Maillard
Luzie Meyer, The Balcony (2017), Filmstill
Luzie Meyer
Rosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD Video, color, sound, 9 minutes 48 seconds, Filmstill; Foto © Camilo BrauRosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD Video, color, sound, 9 minutes 48 seconds, Filmstill; Foto © Camilo Brau

Rosa Aiello & Cooper Jacoby

Doppelzimmer

Doppelzimmer

The exhibition series Doppelzimmer combined two artistic positions each in four successive editions and in doing so shone a spotlight on the collaborative process. The form of collaboration varied from the juxtaposition of existing works all the way to joint new productions. Its setting was Room 3 ½ of the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, which despite its size was used variously as a “double room”. The connections between the works – be they sculptural objects, assemblages of material, sound or video installations – arose from a dialogic structure that intensified through physical proximity. Here at times the place was an exhibition room with a focus on individual objects, occasionally an extensive installation in which the dividing lines between the work and the environment dissolved. The artists “moved into” the Doppelzimmer one after the other, redeveloping it time and again and redefining it in terms of its content.

Exhibition

Rosa Aiello (* 1987 in Hamilton, CA) and Cooper Jacoby (* 1989 in Princeton, US)

10 October to 2 November 2015

Opening: Friday 9 October 2015 at 7pm, with a reading by Rosa Aiello

Curated by Nóra Feigl, Erik Jacobs, Elisa R. Linn and Anna Straetmans

With support from Städelschule Portikus e.V.

Installation view: Cooper Jacoby, FLATLINES (2015), painted steel, plexiglas, rape seed oil/machinery lubricant, surgical sewing thread; Rosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD video, color, sound, 9 min. 48 seconds, Filmstill; Image © Camilo BrauInstallation view: Cooper Jacoby, FLATLINES (2015), painted steel, plexiglas, rape seed oil/machinery lubricant, surgical sewing thread; Rosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD video, color, sound, 9 min. 48 seconds, Filmstill; Image © Camilo Brau
Installation view: Cooper Jacoby, FLATLINES (2015), painted steel, plexiglas, rape seed oil/machinery lubricant, surgical sewing thread, Filmstill; Image © Camilo BrauInstallation view: Cooper Jacoby, FLATLINES (2015), painted steel, plexiglas, rape seed oil/machinery lubricant, surgical sewing thread, Filmstill; Image © Camilo Brau
Rosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD video, color, sound, 9 min. 48 seconds, Filmstill; Image © Camilo BrauRosa Aiello, SERVING (2015), HD video, color, sound, 9 min. 48 seconds, Filmstill; Image © Camilo Brau
Reading with Rosa Aiello, Hannah Black, Tess Edmonson and Eva Kenny, Image © Camilo BrauReading with Rosa Aiello, Hannah Black, Tess Edmonson and Eva Kenny, Image © Camilo Brau

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