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Group show: Bruno Steiner - Warsaw Block / Haimo Ganz -Igloo - Kunst & Kochen -Fata Morgana (over)

9 September 2011 until 7 October 2011
  Bruno Steiner - Warsaw Block / Haimo Ganz -Igloo - Kunst & Kochen -Fata Morgana
  Heppen Transfer

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Bruno Steiner is a multimedia and performing artist and ... a cook. He paints, makes video animations and cooks. He creates short animations, which refer to abstract painting and color field painting. The idea behind the animation is a process of endless repetition of colors and shapes. Colors and shapes vary within a certain rhythm, which produces hypnotizing effect. At the show in Heppen Transfer on view is Steinre's most recent work "Block", which was also his thesis at the Department of Animation at the University of Lucerne. The artist has prepared a special version of the installation titled "Warsaw Bloc."

Haimo Ganz creates installations in public spaces, he's a performer, as well as a carpenter and also a passionate cook. Co-founder of art group in Ducie with Martin Blum (GanzBlum). GanzBlum creates projects in public space.

The exhibition in Heppen Transfer solo artist has prepared a project called "Igloo", referring to Arte Povera. He says: "it is a simple design in the shape of the hemisphere. This is not Fibonacci or Mario Merz. It's an igloo with no doors and windows. "

Ganz and Steiner also formed a duo called Kunst & Kochen. For Transfer Heppen due prepared a performance "Fata Morgana", a concept based on optical illusions. Steiner and Ganz have planned interesting hoax, whose aim is to interact with the audience, while public plays the role of "consumers" of these activities. During the exhibition we present the documentation of this action.

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