PHOTO: © Gisèle Vienne, L’Etang, 2020. Foto: Estelle Hanania

Gisèle Vienne

In the organizer's words:

The artistic work of Gisèle Vienne (*1976) will be shown in Berlin for the first time in September. Over the past twenty years, the French-Austrian artist, choreographer and director has created a multi-layered and idiosyncratic body of work that traces the dreams and abysses of adolescence and counterculture. Vienne's creations, both on stage and in her visual practice, are animated by anthropomorphic figures, puppets, masks, dancers and actors who explore the longings and fears, but also the subversive potential that lies in childhood. In the exhibition, staged as a theater piece and developed especially for Haus am Waldsee, Vienne creates a field of tension between self-determination and heteronomy and questions conventional patterns of perception. The exhibition is part of a collaboration between the Haus am Waldsee, the Georg Kolbe Museum and the Sophiensælen. The three institutions are bringing Vienne's work in all its complexity to Berlin as part of Art Week 2024 and presenting different approaches to her multifaceted practice, which is located between photography, sculpture and installation, film, choreography and theater.

In cooperation with:
Georg Kolbe Museum

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Price information:

Regular: 8 EUR Reduced: 5 EUR


Haus am Waldsee Argentinische Allee 30 14163 Berlin

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