BauhausEINS has received support from the Ministerium für Umwelt, Energie und Naturschutz to publish a limited edition book featuring images of the artist studios at Bauhaustraße 1, and reflections on the influence of the Bauhaus as we prepare for the 100 year anniversary.
The catalog “Der Neue Mensch, Die Neue Welt” explores the influence of the Bauhaus from the perspective of an artist and a curator as well as offering perspectives on future developments and new models as we look towards the next century and what role artists and the Bauhaus will play.
Tobias Alex, Brian Bixby, Martin Melcher, Robert Sonnenschein, Maria Suckert.
Lance Fung, chief curator for FC Projects and Fung Collaboratives.
Fung has curated internationally recognized exhibitions such as The Snow Show in 2003, 2004 and 2006 where he partnered artists with architects to collaborate and realize amazing structures made primarily from snow and ice. He has created other important exhibitions such as Lucky Number Seven: SITE Santa Fe International Biennial, in New Mexico, USA; Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark at Next: The Venice Architectural Biennale in Venice, Italy; The Snow Show: Venice at the 50th International Art Exhibition/La Biennale di Venezia; The Ship of Tolerance by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, in Siwa, Egypt; Dreams and Conflicts–The Viewer’s Dictatorship, in Venice, Italy; Crossing Parallels at the SSamzi Space in Seoul, Korea and Going Home at the Edward Hopper Historical Museum in Nyack, New York.
Claire Waffel, artist.
Claire Waffel was born in Lüdenscheid, Germany. She studied media studies in Norwich, performance in Montpellier and photography in London. Waffel’s works include video, installations, photography, collage and architecture. Often her projects revolve around temporal and spatial structures and their role in people’s lives, as well as connections between landscape, architecture and ideology. From 2015–2016 she worked as an Artistic Associate to the Master’s degree programme „Kunst im öffentlichen Raum und neue künstlerische Strategien/Public Art and New Artistic Strategies“ at the Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar.