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Veronika Hauer. fig-2. 34/50

Nowiswere Published Issue # 1. 2015 [Cover]

24.08.2015 - 30.08.2015

Institute of Contemporary Arts, ICA, London / United Kingdom

Veronika Hauer’s work embodies the medium of performance expressed and elaborated through writing, speech, sculpture, video and prints. Hauer’s exhibition at ?g-2 gathers existing and newly produced works relating to performance without immediate physical activation. Produced in steady dialogue between the artist’s intention and audience’s perception of a piece of performance, the exhibition will feature the video pieces ‘Semaphore Dance’, 2014 which premiered at the recent Glasgow International, and ‘speech is to be looked at’, 2015, a series of poster works and Hauer’s ‘Cuckoo’ series.... These works depict performance as subject matter, inviting the audience to engage with the imaginary. Additionally, online contemporary art magazine Nowiswere plays a significant part in Hauer’s artistic practice. For the ?rst time in its seven-year history, the magazine’s ?rst printed issue is being launched on the occasion of the exhibition. Activating the idea of live publishing, contributors Andreas Heller and Barbara Kapusta will unveil their contributions live for the audience.

[Quelle: www.fig2.co.uk]


Nowiswere contemporary art magazine launched its first printed issue on the occasion of the exhibition fig-2 34/50 Veronika Hauer. The event "Nowiswere Published Issue # 1 London" which took place on August 26 2015 at the ICA studio London features an introduction on Nowiswere by the magazine's founding editors Veronika Hauer and Fatos Üstek, followed by the screening of "Objects" by artist Andreas Heller and a reading of "Language Bent" by artist Barbara Kapusta. If you wish to receive a printed version of this issue, please email us on info@nowiswere.com

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