She has done it again. Jenny Falkenberg (Unique Art Concepts) opens wide spaces in the Old dished House for artistic wall decorations. This time for the photos of actor Kai Wiesinger plus light objects and photos of ‘Coexistant’ Franziska Stuenkel. The result is a cheerful, colorful, funny- illustrious and extremely moving blend of art and artists, a typical Jenny Falckenberg opening.
Peter Lohmeyer jumps in on a little chat and goes Franziska Stuenkel to fur but, everything easy! He already has his next project in mind, “stigma” states: “A very gritty thriller, filmed in Hamburg for the television,” he explained. Aaha !
These scene in mind looking a the next artworks, it fits perfectly to the bloody photos of Kai Wiesinger. They’re from the series “the photographic triptych” of a crucified woman, she is only dimly visible. The blood flows. Wiesinger wants to represent suffering. The vagueness exacerbates the suffering. But he also shooted other photos, as they of whom I caught Scooter frontman HP Baxxter and his partner Nikola. “I like them, but not in my living room. I myself prefer something more conservative painting, ” HP says. Currently, he arranged his grade single release of “I can not stop the hard-core”.
The photos to the left of scooter are from the series “Creep”, photos of intertwined bodies. Also, they are all blurry. “What I really want to ask questions,” says the 48 -year-old mime. “I’m getting to grips with the incomprehensible. We believe we all are who, but what are we really?” Last time was Kai Wiesinger, hatched in the docu- drama “Withdrawal”, in the role of the former Federal President Christian Wulff. Acting wants him and he must continue to operate, because only of his art he can not live. A photo will cost 1600-3200 €; it was already more than a hobby, says the ‘artist’. “Taking photographs is good for me. I can do what I want to live out a different part of my personality.” Wiesinger photographed as a child and continues to develope this side. His first photo exhibition was two years ago.
The photos of his exhibition partner, Franziska Stuenkel are more colorful and cheerful. You can see reflections in the shop windows or light objects. “They are reworked all one to one and not digital,” explained Franziska Stünkel. She is also a female producer. “My next project is a feature film, a drama,” she says with shining eyes. But the photography is just as important to her. Only to capture the moment and see what moves then, she finds very exciting. Both artists consider their cooperation as fruitful. They are not only filmmakers with an eye for the essentials. They also share the point of view of what can make a photographic image: the view behind it, in the interior of the protagonists. And the repeal of space and time. For Stuenkel and Wiesinger an image is successful when it first removes the viewer and on the other hand it’ll bring him back for inspection. Both wanted to move with the blur to a deeper exploration of what is shown. Whether that happens, everyone must decide for themselves …
The exhibition runs until 21 November, daily 11 to 17 clock at
©Fotos & Text Ruth Schalk