Die künstlerische Praxis von Judith Rautenberg ist Teil eines nachdenklichen Soseins als Bildhauerin und Lichtbildnerin. Sie hat die Welt gesehen, eine Reihe von Fotodokumentation belegen das sehr eindrücklich. „Ich habe mich schon immer für das Leben und das Menschsein interessiert. Deshalb habe ich vor der Kunst auch Ethnologie und Philosophie studiert, war im Journalismus tätig und bin viel gereist.” Ihre künstlerische Position hat sich entlang ihres facettenreichen Leben entwickelt,
8 July 2020, 6.00 pm _ ZOOM Access, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Or watch the live stream on facebook Art in Public Space after the Corona Crash: Summary of the first public meet-up on 10 June 2020 of art-in-public-space projects and festivals of light discussing the impact and the responses to the Corona pandemic.
How to make a site-specific, context-sensitive and light-based exhibition project? _ Ljubljana is a buzzing city with bars, cafés and clubs, a great diversity of microbreweries and an international food scene. The inner city is closed for cars and in the middle of June 1000s of visitors are strolling between the many museums and the many shops, testing wine or checking the second-hand market. Today Ljubljana is the largest city of Slovenia and its cultural, economic and political center. Like many other cities in Europe, it hosts a festival of light, but this one is unique.
How to work with art in public space in the capital of kitsch? _ The second edition of the international festival of light SKOPJE LIGHT ART DISTRCIT took place from May 29 to June 1, 2019 in the capital of North-Macedonia. The decentral exhibition project hosted 24 artists from North-Macedonia, the Balkan and Europe, all working with light as material or medium. MAP>>
From Tunis To Ségou _ Working With Light As Artistic Material _ SEGOU’ART is an international gathering of artists and curators, critics and collectors, art initiatives and gallerists to improve exchange, debate and dissemination of contemporary fine art across the African continent. Exhibition projects and concerts, workshops and lectures, roundtables and debates are choreographed to be a dense program. In February 2019, it took place for the second time, for the first time it includes a decentral exhibition project dedicated to light and media art. Aymen Gharbi and I were the curators.