The Plain Notebook Project | Gallery at the Cliff Netanya | Tel Aviv
The Plain Notebook Project is an ongoing international project, curated by Dr. Guy Morag Tzepelewitz. Artists from 45 different countries contributed to this project, sharing multidimensional works, spatial installations, video works and sculptures, related to the specific brown Israeli notebook. Its original meaning as an associated political object is radically reconstructed when removed from its ideological context through artistic transformations. The project proposes a model for initiating future collective and international values and dialogs. The 2nd edition of the project's group exhibition will take place in the Gallery at the Cliff in Netanya / Tel Aviv, Israel.
February 15 - April 06, 2019
Gallery at the Cliff
19 Hamaa Pilim St.
Netanya / Tel Aviv
Floating Peripheries | Mediating the Sense of Place | Aalto University Helsinki
'Floating Peripheries - Mediating the Sense of Place' is an artistic research project (consortium) funded by the Academy of Finland (2017–2021). In this project various artists and researchers aim at enlarging the understanding of ‘peripheries’ into areas that are difficult to verbalize by "producing new art-based strategies for unraveling the spatial and conceptual hierarchies and biased assumptions of what and where the 'periphery' is in relation to the 'center'".
The consortium is a collaboration between two leading institutions: Aalto University of the Arts, Design and Architecture and the University of Lapland, Faculty of Art and Design. Researchers are: Liisa Ikonen, Maiju Loukola, Elina Lifländer, Harri Laakso, Mari Mäkiranta, Eija Timonen and Jonna Tolonen. International cooperation partners are Dr. Dorita Hannah (Aalto ARTS, University of Tasmania, University of Auckland) and Gabi Schillig (Berlin University of the Arts).
The 'Urban Peripheries' workshop will take place at Aalto University in Helsinki from February 10 to 19, 2019 and will be exploring spatial interventions as artistic alternatives for urban transformation. The second workshop will take place at the Berlin University of the Arts in December 2019.
Aalto University Helsinki - Expanded Scenography
HIAP | Villa Eläintarha Helsinki | Artists Residency
The artist residency at Villa Eläintarha is a programme for short terms artistic production residencies in Helsinki, Finland. It is coordinated by HIAP - Helsinki International Artist Programme and is made possible through the support of the City of Helsinki. Gabi will be a guest at the Villa from February 10 to 19, 2019.
HIAP residency programmes provide opportunities for international arts professionals to undertake creative work, conduct research, build networks and engage in an interdisciplinary dialogue with the HIAP community.
HIAP - Helsinki International Artist Programme
‘Imaginary Spaces – Spaces of Communication’ examines how human-space relationships can be reinterpreted in the age of advancing digitization in order to produce future hybrid forms of spatial communication design.
As part of the design and exhibition project, which is being developed and produced in collaboration with designtransfer, the exhibition will explore these questions using experimental spatial and artistic means – imaginative spatial constructions, physical objects and communication apparatus, furniture objects, spatial installations, transmedia environments, situations, or new multisensory work-viewer relationships that blur the boundaries between the real and the unreal, the virtual and the physical. The result is a series of multidimensionally extended perspectives on forms of spatial communication that enable an expansion of the sensory dimension of experience.
A project of the Class of Spatial Design and Exhibition Design in collaboration with designtransfer / Vorspiel transmediale.
Opening: Tuesday, 29 January 2019, 19:00
Talk by Banz & Bowinkel – ‘The Virtual Void as Artistic Space’
Exhibition: 30 January – 05 February 2019
designtransfer / UdK Berlin
Floating Peripheries Conference 2019 | Sites and Situations | University of Lapland
"The conference focuses on the notion of periphery/peripheries in relation to the varied methods, materials, concepts, questions and ideas accurate in the fields of artistic research and visual studies. The conference will include presentations, artistic interventions, discussions and installations that speculate about the multitude of peripheral sites and situations as a multi-layered and complex phenomenon – as conceptual, spatial and site-responsive domains, aesthetically and spatially experienced and shaped by associations, representations and practices through different mediums in arts and epistemologies."
The conference is part of a research consortium Floating Peripheries – mediating the sense of place between University of Lapland, Faculty of Art and Design and Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. The project is funded by the Academy of Finland during 2017–2021.
January 14 - 16, 2019
University of Lapland
University of Lapland
„Spaces of Communication“ ist eine Reaktion auf die Frage nach möglichen Gestaltungsformen räumlicher Kommunikation und darauf, wie diese erkundet werden können. Die in diesem Buch dokumentierte Auswahl studentischer Arbeiten am Lehr- und Forschungsgebiet „Gestaltungslehre – Räumlich-Plastische Gestaltung“ an der Peter Behrens School of Arts der Hochschule Düsseldorf steht für eine experimentelle und prozesshafte Auseinandersetzung mit dem Medium Raum. Die in Ausschnitten gezeigten Arbeiten aus den Jahren 2012 bis 2018 geben in ihrer Vielfalt einen Einblick in die Aktivitäten in der Lehre.
Spaces of Communication (Hg. Gabi Schillig)
Hochschule Düsseldorf, Peter Behrens School of Arts, 2018
Hochschule Düsseldorf - Peter Behrens School of Arts
Un/Certain Futures | Book Release
'Un/Certain Futures' is a open access publication edited by Marius Förster, Saskia Hebert, Mona Hofmann and Wolfgang Jonas, published by transcript.
The book investigates the role of design in social processes of transformation through various essays and texts. Between the lines you will find works of the artists: Alexandre Bavard, Roshan Adhihetty, Dani Pujalte & Rita Puig Serra, Marlene Bart, Daniel Kuge, Felix Helmut Wagner, Verena Friedrich, Benjamin Maus & Prokop Bartoníček, Stefan Bladh and Gabi Schillig.
Rollen des Designs in gesellschaftlichen Transformationsprozessen'
"Welche Rolle spielt Design in gesellschaftlichen Transformationsprozessen? Können Zukünfte und soziale Wirklichkeiten nachhaltig gestaltet werden – oder handelt es sich bei den Wirkungen gestalterischer Eingriffe um mehr oder weniger zufällige Reaktionen eigensinnig evolvierender sozialer Systeme auf gut gemeinte Interventionen? Wie wäre das »Bessere« zu definieren, besonders im Kontext von Nachhaltigkeit und der Debatte um eine notwendige »Große Transformation«? Im Aufspannen eines komplexen Netzes von Beiträgen aus Theorie und Praxis wird Design in diesem Band außerhalb disziplinärer Engmaschigkeit gedacht und nimmt soziale, ökologische, politische und ökonomische Herausforderungen ernst." (source: transcript verlag)
Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig
'Since 2016 the Bauhaus Residency Programme has invited international artists to conduct research in the Masters’ Houses while living and working for some months in the Schlemmer House or the Muche House. During this period they find their own ways to access and address the Bauhaus.
The exhibition Haus Gropius || Zeitgenössisch (Gropius House || Contemporary) in the Gropius House shows works made during the Bauhaus Residencies. These are added to the exhibition successively, engaging with the space and the other works already on show. These include works by Anael Berkovitz (ISR/USA), Andrea Canepa (PER/GER), Rudy Decelière (FRA/CHE), Markus Hoffmann (GER), Amor Muñoz (MEX), Wagehe Raufi (GER), Gabi Schillig (GER), Sebastian Stumpf (GER) and Marit Wolters (GER/AUT).' (Text by Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau)
Daily 10 am – 5 pm
Gropius House, Ensemble of Masters’ Houses
Ebertallee 59, 06846 Dessau-Roßlau
Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau
On the 29th of August, Wednesday, 6pm Nida Art Colony invites you to join the Open Studios event where Heidi Axelsen (AU), Hugo Moline (AU), and Gabi Schillig (DE) will present their works. After spending a month surrounded by forests, sand dunes and the sea our residents will share their thoughts, discoveries and tell us more about their artworks.
Nida Art Colony
Vilnius Academy of Arts
E. A. Jonušo str. 3
93127 Neringa, Lithuania
Nida Art Colony
Nida Art Colony | Lithuania | Artist-in-Residence 2018
Gabi got invited as an artist-in-residence to Nida Art Colony, Lithuania for summer 2018. Since its opening in 2011 the Colony has been hosting about 50 artists, designers, architects, curators and art researchers per year.
'Nida Art Colony is an art and meeting space, surrounded by sand dunes and seas. As a resourceful platform, it runs an Artist-in-Residence Programme, Nida Doctoral School, and initiates art, education and research projects. NAC is a subdivision of Vilnius Academy of Arts and provides space for workshops, intensive courses, exhibitions, seminars, rehearsals, artists’ talks and screenings. NAC is located on the Curonian Spit, a peninsula dividing the Curonian Lagoon and the Baltic Sea. The spit is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as one of the most beautiful and unique cultural landscapes of Europe.' (Text by Nida Art Colony)
Nida Art Colony