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Transfer > Orońsko

The artist-in-residence project Transfer > Orońsko takes place in the framework of the Europan Art Scholarship of the District County of Upper Bavaria. Partner of the co-operation is the Center for Polish Sculpture in in ­Orońsko in Poland.

Date :

01.10.2016 until 15.12.2018

Transfer > Orońsko

Preface

The goal of the European artists exchange of the District County of Upper Bavaria is to consolidate the cultural relations between countries of the european community by a partnership and to enrich the regional as well as the upper bavarian cultural scene.

In framework of the artists exchange with the Center for Polish Sculpture in in ­Orońsko during two periods in autumn 2016 and in spring 2017, six artists each from Poland and from Upper Bavaria are living and working for each 2 months in the respective partner country.

Based on the excellent expierences of the artist exchange with ­Orońsko and with the aim of a long-term and sustainable outcome the cooperation is planed to continue on a level of an exchange of one artist from each side a year from 2018.

 

1. period: October-November, 2016

3 Polish artists at Schafhof:
Tomasz Drewicz
Damian Reniszyn
Beata Szczepaniak

2 artists from Upper Bavaria in Orońsko:
Peter Pohl
Bertram Schilling

2. period: March-April, 2017

3 Polish artists at Schafhof
Natalia Janus-Malewska
Artur Malewski
Anna Siekierska

4 artists from Upper Bavaria in Orońsko:
Elisabeth Heindl
Anne Pfeifer

Jadranka Kosorcic
Franz-Ferdinand Wörle

Exhibitions with all artists:

INTERPLAY, exhibition at Schafhof, 29 April - 18 June, 2017
Autumn 2017 in Orońsko

 

Information about the artists

Tomasz Drewicz: Home Run (sketch)

Tomasz Drewicz

born in Oborniki Wielkopolskich in 1982, lives and works in Poznan
More information: www.tomaszdrewicz.art.pl

In my artistic work and research I am mainly dealing with issues related to new technologies and new forms of communication and their impact on the structure of modern society. By examining contemporary culture I want to find the right place for contemporary art and the forms of its presentation.

  • 2014 Obtain the Ph.D on the Sculpture and Spatial Activities Department at the University of Arts in Poznan.
  • 2004 - 2009 Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan department - Art Education in the Field of Fine Arts 1st specialty in the promotion and Art Criticism 2nd specialty n in Art Education diploma in the second range: Sculpture
  • 2001 - 2005 Technical University In Poznan department - Civil Engineering

 

Damian Reniszyn: Prosthesis

Damian Reniszyn

born in Jelenia Góra in 1989, lives and works in Warschau
More information: www.damianreniszyn.com

Reniszyn creates objects, photography, multimedia installations and videoperfor­mances. The artist draws attention in his work to the act of art reception through touch. Perception of his objects is dependable on corporeal experience. He investigates situations seemingly without sense, which may appear to be not needed. He uses them as a starting point to build objects, which posses performative potential.

  • 2014 Start Interdisciplinary PhD Studies at the Faculty of Multimedia Communications, Cathedral of Intermedia, University of Arts in Poznan
  • 2012-2014 Faculty of Sculpture and Space Activities, University of Art in Poznan, master degree
  • 2009-2012 Faculty of Sculpture and Space Activities, University of Art in Poznan, bachelor degree

 

Beata Szczepaniak: About Sculpture - Order

Beata Szczepaniak

born in Zdunska Wola in 1988, lives and works in Poznan
More information: beataszczepaniak.tumblr.com

Her main areas of interest are sculpture, installation and pattern-designing. The central focus of her artistic activities is on form and its embroilment in space. In her works she applies forms, shapes, matters and colours, which, by influencing each other, create defined and highly emotional situations, which in turn comprise a space.
She derives her inspiration from the ongoing processes in nature as well as from the feeling of the things that cannot be observed but can be subconsciously sensed. The attempt to transfer these phenomena into the language of forms is one of her most demanding challenges.
  • 2014 sculpture, master, University of Arts in Poznań, Poland.
  • 2012 sculpture, bachelor, University of Arts in Poznań, Poland.

Pohl

Peter Pohl

born in Erlangen in 1966.
More information: www.peter-pohl-kunst.de

 

schilling

Bertram Schilling

born in South Germany in 1971, lives and works in Munich
More information: www.bertram-schilling.com

 

Beata Szczepaniak: About Sculpture - Order

Natalia Janus-Malewska

born in Krakow in 1991, lives and works in Stettin.
More information: nataliajanus.tumblr.com

 

Artur Malewski

Artur Malewski

born in Krakow in 1975, lives and works in Stettin.
More information: nataliajanus.tumblr.com

 

Leviathan, Anna Siekierska

Anna Siekierska

born in Warsaw in 1987, lives and works in Warsaw.
More information: siekieranna.tumblr.com

 

heindl

Elisabeth Heindl

born in Munich in 1960, lives and works in Munich.
More information: www.elisabeth-heindl.de

 

Pfeifer

Anne Pfeifer

born in Lindenfels in 1987, lives and works in Munich.
More information: www.annepfeifer.com

 

kosorcic

Jadranka Kosorcic

born in Split, lives and works in London, Munich und Nürnberg.
More information: www.jadrankakosorcic.com

 

woerle1

Franz-Ferdinand Wöhrle

born in Munich in 1952, lives and works in Straußdorf/Grating and in Munich.
More information: www.woerle-f-f.de

Downloads

Schafhof AIR Flyer A4 Ikon

Short Overview on the AIR-Programme
(PDF, A4, 700 KB)

Schafhof AIR Flyer 8 pages Ikon

Flyer about the AIR-Programme 
(PDF, 8 pages, 2,5 MB)

Artist-in-residence

Upcoming
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September - November, 2017
Transfer > Budapest/Hungary
November, 2017

Ongoing
Transfer > Orońsko/Poland III
2018

Previous 
Transfer > Orońsko/Poland I+II (2106/17)
Transfer > Syria (2016)
Transfer > Lviv/Ukraine I+II (2015)
Transfer > Slovenia II (2014)
Transfer > Slovenia I (2013) 
FreeColours (2013)
transfer: Spain (2011)
transfer: Poland II (2010)
transfer: Romania II (2008)
transfer: Romania I (2008)
transfer: Hungary (2007)
transfer: Czechia II (2007)
transfer: Czechia I (2006)
transfer: Poland I (2005)