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&bdquo\;Thanatos can Phoenix!&ldquo\;
About Destruction and New Inventions

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13.12.2014&ndash\;24.01.2015

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Group exhibition with:
Vanessa Farfá\;n\, José\; Noguero\, Wanda Stolle\, Dani el Lavoie\,
Philip Topolovac\, Julio Falagá\;n\,
Peter Rollny\, and Mamoru Tsukada.

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Vernissage: Sat. 13.12. 2014\, 6&ndash\;9 pm
Finissage: Sat. 31.01.2015\, 6&ndash\;9 pm

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Greusslich Contemporary is delighted to invite you to the grou p exhibition &bdquo\; Thanatos can Phoenix!&ldquo\;. The subtle concept dea ls with the human being and the arts\, an obviously present phenomenon of t he act of destroying and simultaneously creating the new.

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V anessa Farfá\;n shows a tableau of small canvases of extreme enlarged cutouts of former paintings\, dealing with layered systems of a c ity structure. This mosaic of de-contextualized fragments stays open for la sting new orders. \; \; \; \; \; \; \; \;&n bsp\; \; \;

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José\; Noguero continues with the topic of his painting\, deconstructing a landscape and at the sam e time creating a new gestic\, abstract language. A long process of deletin g and over-layering ends in a new experience of: color\, fields\, rhythm an d space.

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Wanda Stolle presents paper work\, in whi ch she first scratches\, seemingly destructive\, on the paper surface and t hen layers on and off many coats of black ink. Linear forms combined with a n organic poetic ink language\, transmitting images of cosmic cartographic appearance.

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Daniel Lavoie paints on his canvas an emotionally disturbing letter in which he multi-layers beyond the point of recognition. Meanwhile in doing so\, he is inspired by his research of trad itional African cloth design that are created for especially emotional situ ations to inform\, nonverbally\, the community about the wearer.

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Philip Topolovac presents in his photographic work a model\, which forces with its martial aspects the reflection about the relation of observing and destroying techniques on the one hand and the necessary incr edible productive sense of invention on the other hand.

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Practicing selection\, in the sense\, that the strongest come out on top\, is the expl icit topic of the work &bdquo\;No hay lugar para los dé\;biles&ldquo\ ; (&bdquo\;There is no place of the weak ones&ldquo\;) by Julio Fal agá\;n. Who speaks this sentence to be read literally in the endearing\, idyll painting? May it be: a ruling god\, an armed cowboy or a mistreated victim? Is the higher destroying power a guaranty for higher re production power?

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Peter Rollny demonstrates a dest ruction of the media of painting through the introduction of existing image containers (e.g. photography) on the canvas. His technique has become its own language. The communication within the painting\, between the photograp hic woman and the gestic paint strokes\, creates a highly dense and psychol ogical charged situation.

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Mamoru Tsukada´\;s image is a multilayered computer aided photographic work\, which portraits the antagonist of Thanatos called Eros. Layering and deleting of the deeper layers is an act of destruction but at the same time delivers the visual a nd contextual noise in the background which leads\, consequently\, to the v isualizing of Eros and the mythological power of creation in general and th e bigger part of the male brain power in particular.

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This exhibitio n shall strengthen the fascination for the emotional and technical potentia l of the human\, supported by a critical reception of the now and an increa sed awareness of the own actions.

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