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7 - Esther Schipper
WORK DOSSIER
ZEIGEN.
AUDIO TOUR BY KARIN SANDER
2006 – 2013
ZEIGEN.
AUDIO TOUR BY KARIN SANDER
“Zeigen. Audio Tour by Karin Sander” is a series of projects developed by the artist for
a specific art institution or a particular location. In this project Karin Sander invites fellow
artists associated with the place or institution to contribute one work to the exhibition.
However, the submitted work should be translated into an acoustic piece. The invited
artists are free to define the nature of sound (a description, noise, reading, singing,
music, etc.) and the duration of the audio piece that serves as audible representation
of their visual artworks.
The exhibition space of “Zeigen” is left empty only showing uniform black wall lettering
telling the names of the participating artists and audio guide numbers. The visitor is
issued with an audio guide that allows to listen into each sonic work on display.
The project brings to attention individual modes of perception and different ways
of communicating a work of art. In German the word 'zeigen' means 'to show'. In
“Zeigen” a visual representation, common to the exhibition context, is replaced by an
audible impression that serves both as a statement of an artist and as a catalyst of the
viewer's - now listener's, imagination. Through a conceptual gesture of translation of
one medium into another, the work is dematerialised and transformed in a sonic piece
that offers a variety of alternative perceptual and narrative experiences. At the same
time, filling the empty space, the figures of the listening visitors become part of the
exhibition settings. “Zeigen” can also be viewed as an immaterial collection of works of
art assembled for a particular location. The project is sometimes complemented by a
catalogue in a form of CD or, less frequently, printed publication.
The first “Zeigen” projects were conceived in 2005 – 2006 for galleries and collections.
They assembled works of the artists related to the institutions. Until now the most
extensive project in the series was “Zeigen. An Audio Tour through Berlin by Karin
Sander” (Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin, 2009) that included audio-pieces of 592 Berlinbased artists. The latest project “Zeigen. An Audio Tour through Copenhagen by Karin
Sander” was shown in Nikolaj Kunsthal Copenhagen from November 2013 to January
2014 bringing together 153 artists based in Copenhagen.
Installation view
Temporäre Kunsthalle, Berlin
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR THROUGH COPENHAGEN, BY KARIN SANDER
NIKOLAJ KUNSTHAL – COPENHAGEN CONTEMPORARY ART CENTRE,
NOVEMBER 16, 2013 – JANUARY 26, 2014
The exhibition “ZEIGEN. Audio Tour through Copenhagen” by Karin Sander brought
together more than 150 artists associated to Copenhagen. Karin Sander has invited
each of them to produce a sound piece, any kind of sound, description, reading, music
or whatever that would translate their work or working process into sound and make
it “visible”. Sander has not defined any limiting requirements. Thus, the varied audio
pieces are themselves the result of an artistic process which becomes “visible” in this
exhibition.
The works were presented at the Upper Gallery of Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen
Contemporary Art Centre. The entire space becomes a kind of a projection screen for
the listeners’ imagination, where he/she can conceive his or her individual exhibition
and thus examine the complex relations between artwork, institution and viewer.
Participating artists: Anette Abrahamsson & Maria Hanke Kasper Akhøj
Kristoffer Akselbo Jamie Allen Eric Andersen Martin Erik Andersen Victor
Ash Søren Assenholt AVPD Zven Balslev Thomas Bang benandsebastian
Rikke Benborg Maiken Bent Camilla Berner Trine Boesen Anders Bojen Niels
Bonde Milena Bonifacini Jacob Borges Yvette Brackman Anders Brinch
Nanna Debois Buhl Peter Callesen Ruth Campau Mikkel Carl Jesper Carlsen
Lars Christensen Sonja Lillebæk Christensen Ismar Cirkinagić Cathrine
Raben Davidsen Kristian Devantier Johanna Domke Sophie Dupont Torben
Ebbesen Jeannette Ehlers Michelle Eistrup Rose Eken Elmgreen & Dragset
Jesper Fabricius Maria Finn Christian Finne Leonard Forslund Anja Franke
C. Y. Frostholm Fru Rigmor Søren Thilo Funder Marianne Grønnow Tamar
Guimarães Lone Høyer Hansen Thorgej Steen Hansen Lise Harlev Molly
Haslund Charlotte Haslund-Christensen Hannah Heilmann Ulrik Heltoft Peter
Holst Henckel Hesselholdt & Mejlvang Thyra Hilden Heidi Hove & Rosa Marie
Frang Nicolai Howalt Huskegruppen HuskMitNavn Ulla Hvejsel Jytte Høy
Amel Ibrahimović Institut for Skalakunst Marie Kølbæk Iversen J & K Frans
Jacobi Mogens Jacobsen Stine Marie Jacobsen Henrik Plenge Jakobsen
Jakob Jakobsen & Anders Remmer Klaus Thejll Jakobsen Dorte Jelstrup
Astrid Kruse Jensen & Pernille Rose Grønkjær Adam Jeppesen Jesper Just
Kirsten Justesen Anita Jørgensen Elsebeth Jørgensen Jane Jin Kaisen Sophia
Kalkau Eske Kath Eva Koch Joachim Koester Sian Kristoffersen Ida Kvetny
Simone Aaberg Kærn John Kørner Malene Landgreen Thorbjørn Lausten
Ann Lislegaard Thomas Locher Søren Lose Mads Lynnerup Pernille With
Madsen Tumi Magnússon Al Masson Henrik Menné Jørgen Michaelsen Daniel
Milan Jette Hye Jin Mortensen Simon Dybbroe Møller Tina Maria Nielsen Rolf
Nowotny Bjørn Nørgaard Kirsten Ortwed & Kenneth Knudsen Lene Adler
Petersen Cai-Ulrich von Platen Marie Edinger Plum Khaled Ramadan Lilibeth
Cuenca Rasmussen Steen Møller Rasmussen Nikolaj Recke Finn Reinbothe
Jytte Rex Torben Ribe Kirstine Roepstorff Rasmus Rosengaard Ane Mette
Ruge Pia Rönicke Troels Sandegård Katya Sander Morten Schelde Christian
Schmidt-Rasmussen Andreas Schulenburg Marika Seidler Skeel & Skriver
Kasper Sonne Simon Starling Erik Steffensen Hartmut Stockter Tove Storch
Tommy Støckel Margrethe Sørensen Svend-Allan Sørensen Javier Tapia
Nikolas Theilgaard Vladimir Tomić Elisabeth Toubro Alexander Tovborg Jacob
Tækker Vinyl –terror & -horror Torgny Wilcke Pernille Kapper Williams Mette
Winckelmann & Sonja Winckelmann Thomsen Ebbe Stub Wittrup YNKB
Kristoffer Ørum Thomas Hallas Øvlisen Jesper Aabille
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR THROUGH BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG
BY KARIN SANDER, KUNSTHALLE KARLSRUHE,
FEBRUARY 11 – SEPTEMBER 30, 2012
Karin Sander's work “ZEIGEN. Audio Tour through Baden-Württemberg by Karin
Sander”, shown in the rotunda of the Orangerie, collected contributions of 200 artists
whose life and work is connected to the German state of Baden-Württemberg. Thus
it became the largest ever group exhibition displaying works of the artists from the
region. Yet the exhibition space of the rotunda was left empty. The series of names and
numbers on the walls told the names of the participating artists and provided access to
the works through the records of audioguide.
Participating artists: Jürgen Brodwolf, Holger Bunk, Karlheinz Bux, Ernst Caramelle, Isa Dahl,
Simone Demandt, Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Madeleine Dietz, Sinje Dillenkofer, Discoteca Flaming Star,
Carine Dörflinger, Tatjana Doll, Helmut Dorner, Peter Dreher, Sandra Eades, Jörg Eberhard, Barbara
Ehrmann, Margret Eicher, Nezaket Ekici, Ubbo Enninga, Bettina Erzgräber, Hildegard Esslinger,
Filderbahnfreundemöhringen FFM, Ulrike Flaig, Joachim Fleischer, Gerhard Friebe, Andreas
Friedrich, Pia Fries/Hans Brändli, Sabine Funke, Rainer Ganahl, CHC Geiselhart, Martina Geist,
Kristof Georgen, Stefanie Gerhardt, Christine Gläser, Almut Glinin, Michael Gompf, Peter Granser,
Erwin Gross, Friederike Groß, Kurt Grunow, Alexander Györfi, Bernhard Härtter, Friedemann Hahn,
Barbara Hindahl, Bernadette Hörder, Leni Hoffmann, Erwin Holl, Claude Horstmann, Alfonso
Hüppi, Thaddäus Hüppi, Waltraut Huth-Rössler, Ruth Hutter, INFuG: Friedolin Kleuderlein/Bernhard
Kümmelmann/Hubert Sowa, Anna Ingerfurth, Edda Jachens, Peter Jacobi, Christian Jankowski,
Andreas Jauss, Isaac Julien, EBBA Kaynak, Michael Klant, Karima Klasen, Astrid S. Klein, Ulrich
Klieber, Harald Klingelhöller, Gustav Kluge, Ibrahim Kocaoglu, Dein Klub, Matthias Kohlmann,
Nikolaus Koliusis, Anna Kolodziejska, Steffen Kugel, Skafte Kuhn, Joachim Kupke, Camill Leberer,
Petra Lemmerz, Alexandra Leykauf, Gerd Lind, Steff Loewenbaum, Andreas Lorenschat, Anja
Luithle, Herbert Maier, Hedwig Maier-Unrath, Jörg Mandernach, Pia Maria Martin, Andreas MayerBrennenstuhl, Susanna Messerschmidt, Ulrike Michaelis, Mariella Mosler, Thomas Müller, Pia
Müller-Tamm, Josef Nadj, Wolfgang Neumann, Monika Nuber, Gabriela Oberkofler, ozz, Cristina
Ohlmer, Andreas Opiolka, Jürgen Palmtag, Ariane Pauls, Wolf Pehlke, Heinz Pelz, Sigrid Perthen,
Wolfgang Pilz, Werner Pokorny, Peter Prothmann, Günther Reger, Karin Rehm, Eva- Maria Reiner,
Melanie Richter, Peter Riek, Rosalie, Daniel Roth, Thomas Ruppel, S.A.C. Modellersclub: MarcSteffen Bremer/Stephan Thomas, Martina Sauter, Werner Schaub, Indra Schelble, Steffen Schlichter,
Martin Bruno Schmid, Clemens Schneider, Marco Schuler, Linda Schwarz, Fritz Schwegler,
Bernd Seegebrecht, Karl-Henning Seemann, Alf Setzer, Willi Siber, Gabriele Sieber, Stef Stagel,
Brigitte Stahl, Katrin Ströbel, Sam Szembek, UFEX & Bora Tanay, Susanna Taras, Wolfgang Thiel,
Manuela Tirler, Anna Tretter, Wiebke Trunk, Wolfram Ullrich, Thomas Ulm, Rolf Urban, Marijke van
Warmerdam, Toon Verhoef, Karl Vollmer, Voré, Daniel Wagenblast, Harry Walter, Corinne Wasmuht,
Peter Weibel, Mirja Wellmann, Gunter Wessmann, Ben Willikens, Susanne Windelen, Georg Winter,
Michael Witlatschil, Elke Wree, Wojtek Ziemilski, Rolf Zimmermann, Jeanette Zippel, Isabel Zuber,
Susanne Zuehlke ...
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR THROUGH BERLIN BY KARIN SANDER,
TEMPORÄRE KUNSTHALLE BERLIN,
DECEMBER 5, 2009 – JANUARY 10, 2010
In the extensive exhibition “Zeigen. Audio Tour through Berlin”, Karin Sander brought
together 566 works by 592 Berlin-based artists at Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, offering
an unusual insight into artistic production in the city. For “Zeigen. An Audio Tour through
Berlin”, Sander invited fellow artists to translate their own work into an acoustic piece.
The very different realizations—performed, sung, spoken, recited—can be accessed
individually via an audio guide. Listening on headphones, visitors are offered a new
level of perception which leads from the familiar visual approach to artworks towards an
auditory, imaginative experience, offering scope for different mental visualizations. The
exhibition was accompanied by a publication published by Verlag der Buchhandlung
Walther König and a limited edition by Karin Sander.
Participating artists: Saâdane Afif, Carla Åhlander / Gernot Wieland, Nader Ahriman, Nevin Aladag,
Stefan Alber, Erik Alblas, Sonja Alhäuser, Bettina Allamoda, Heather Allen, Pablo Alonso, D-L
Alvarez, Matthew Antezzo, John Armleder, Ole Aselmann, Martin Assig, Marius Babias, Mona Babl,
Elvira Bach, Florian Bach, Frank Badur, Fritz Balthaus, Heike Baranowsky, Gabriele Basch / Maurice
de Martin, Rui Calçada Bastos, Florian Baudrexel, Michael Bause, T.R. Becker, Tjorg Douglas Beer,
Birgit Bellmann, Benjamin Bergmann, Christine Berndt, Anne Berning, Michael Beutler, Nicole
Bianchet, Gerry Bibby, Marc Bijl, Norbert Bisky, Caroline Bittermann, Kristleifur Björnsson, John
Bock, Katinka Bock, Armin Boehm, Hartmut Böhm, Heike Bollig, Monica Bonvicini, Shannon Bool,
Susanne Bosch, Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz, Daniela Brahm, Marc Brandenburg, Monika
Brandmeier, Barbara Breitenfellner, Mari Brellochs, Micha Brendel, Birgit Brenner, Agnieszka
Brzezańska, Nine Budde, Matthew Burbidge, BURGHARD, Katarina Burin, Stefanie Bürkle, Susanne
Bürner, André Butzer, Pash Buzari, Janet Cardiff / George Bures Miller, Eva Castringius, Libia Castro
& Ólafur Ólafsson, Antonio Catelani, Jessica Centner, Paolo Chiasera / Alex Trebo, Helen Cho, Clegg
& Guttmann, Kerstin Cmelka, Daniela Comani, Martin Conrads, Martin Conrath / Marion Kreißler,
Natalie Czech, Camilla Dahl, Björn Dahlem, Martin Dammann, Mariechen Danz, Paul Darius, Ronald
de Bloeme, Michel de Broin, Christine de la Garenne, Jana Debrodt, Christiane Dellbrügge & Ralf de
Moll, Dieter Detzner, Frank Diersch, Peter Dittmer, Ursula Döbereiner, Peter Dobroschke, Jason
Dodge, Paula Doepfner, Christina Doll, Tatjana Doll, A K Dolven, Johanna Domke, Antje Dorn / Lukas
Lonski, Hannah Dougherty, Margarete Dreher, Ruprecht Dreher, Jürgen Drescher, Arnold Dreyblatt,
Sven Drühl, Peter Duka, Jimmy Durham, Mikala Dwyer, Bogomir Ecker, Knut Eckstein, Maria
Eichhorn, Frauke Eigen, Dörte Eißfeldt, Paul Ekaitz, Nezaket Ekici, Robert Elfgen, Thomas Eller,
Elmgreen & Dragset, Slawomir Elsner, Annika Eriksson, Ayşe Erkmen, Esra Ersen, Ueli Etter, EVA &
ADELE, Simon Faithfull, Faller / Mieth / Stüssi / Weck, Anna Fasshauer, Valérie Favre, Friederike
Feldmann, Peter Fend, Rainer Fetting, Berta Fischer, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Wolfgang Flad,
Ulrike Flaig, Christian Flamm, Jean Pascal Flavien, Thomas Florschuetz & Carla Guagliardi, Carsten
Fock, Gunda Förster, Olivier Foulon, Heiner Franzen, Hanna Frenzel, Marten Frerichs, Pia Fries /
Hans Brändli, Barbara Frieß, Bernard Frize, Tom Früchtl, Simon Fujiwara, Tine Furler, Taro Furukata,
Dani Gal, Heike Gallmeier, Bernhard Garbert, Kati Gausmann, Axel Geis, Stella Geppert, Patrycja
German, Torben Giehler, Milena Gierke, Andrew Gilbert, Annette Gödde, Claus Goedicke, Thorsten
Goldberg, Undine Goldberg, Erik Göngrich, Delia Gonzalez, Douglas Gordon, Kerstin Gottschalk,
Sabine Groß, Katharina Grosse / Michael E. Smith, Lilly Grote, Asta Gröting, Eva Grubinger, Beate
Gütschow, Terry Haggerty, Mathew Hale, Hlynur Hallsson, Atalayman Haluk, Friederike Hamann,
Sebastian Hammwöhner, Jens Hanke, Elín Hansdóttir, Erla S. Haraldsdottir, Joe Hardesty, Ellen
Harvey, Bertram Hasenauer, Christian Hasucha, Mona Hatoum, Tobias Hauser / Hermann Bohlen,
Elisabeth Hautmann, Eberhard Havekost, Claire Healy & Sean Cordeiro, Swetlana Heger / Billy
Davis, Isabel Heimerdinger, Valeria Heisenberg, Hans Hemmert, Uwe Henneken, Anton Henning,
Knut Henrik Henriksen, Arturo Herrera, Swantje Hielscher, Gregor Hildebrandt, Veronike Hinsberg,
Moritz Hirsch, Franz Hoefner & Harry Sachs, Christian Hoischen, Karl Holmqvist, Olaf Holzapfel,
Alexandra Hopf, Laura Horelli / Anu Pennanen, Ute Hörner & Mathias Antlfinger, Sabine Hornig,
Franka Hörnschemeyer, Satch Hoyt, Felix Stephan Huber, Patrick Huber, Nicolai Huch, Markus
Huemer, Elvira Hufschmid, Sofia Hultén, Hideaki Idetski, Leiko Ikemura, John Isaacs, Jeroen Jacobs,
Dani Jakob, Christian Jankowski, Monika Jarecka, Mona Jas & Holger Friese, Olaf Christopher
Jenssen, Sven-Åke Johansson, Rolf Julius, Stephanie Jünemann, Stephan Jung, Lisa Junghanß,
Johannes Kahrs, Ilona Kálnoky, Sejla Kameric, Helmut & Johanna Kandl, Eckhard Karnauke,
Katharina Karrenberg, Silke Kästner, Veronika Kellndorfer, Isabel Kerkermeier, Iris Kettner, Waszem
Khan, Shila Khatami, Thomas Kiesewetter, Dietmar Kirves, Christiane Klatt, Astrid Klein, Gisela
Kleinlein, Heike Klussmann, Paco Knöller, Daniel Knorr, Folke Köbberling & Martin Kaltwasser,
Andreas Koch, Peter K. Koch, Takehito Koganezawa, Susanne Kohler, Karsten Konrad, Korpys /
Löffler, Katarzyna Kozyra, Pauline Kraneis, Ullrich Kraus, Wolfgang Krause, Clemens Krauss,
Susanne Kriemann, Käthe Kruse, Christina Kubisch, Coco Kühn, Raimund Kummer, Michael Kunze,
Ulrike Kuschel, Susanne Kutter, Alicja Kwade, Marcellvs L., Nick Laessing, Christin Lahr, David
Lamelas, Mark Lammert, Pia Lanzinger, Sami Ben Larbi, Tim Lee, Gerda Leopold, Via Lewandowsky, Alexandra Leykauf, Axel Lieber, Deborah Ligorio, María Linares, Ute Lindner, Nikolaus
List, Thomas Locher, Wiebke Loeper, Adrian Lohmüller, Susanne Lorenz, Darri Lorenzen, Antonia
Low, Robert Lucander, Dieter Lutsch, Ute Mahling, Inge Mahn / Katrin Albrecht / Valentin Hertweck ,
Antje Majewski, Katrin von Maltzahn, Simone Mangos, Matthias Mansen, Angelika Margull, Rémy
Markowitsch, Bernhard Martin, Yvette Mattern, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Matthias Mayer, Christoph Mayer
chm. / Andreas Hagelüken u.a., Josephine Meckseper, Jonathan Meese, Birgit Megerle, Sandra
Meisel, Bjørn Melhus, Isa Melsheimer, Florian Merkel / Jasmin Schwarz / BEEP OFF, Arwed
Messmer, Yves Mettler, Dörte Meyer, Nanne Meyer, Angelika Middendorf, Ricarda Mieth, Boris
Mikhailov, Yana Milev, Gerold Miller, John Miller, Igor Mischiyev, Dane Mitchell, Martin Mlecko,
Christiane Möbus, Ulrike Mohr, Martin Mohr, Regina Möller, Jonathan Monk, Stephan Mörsch, Sofie
Bird Møller, Jan Muche, Christl Mudrak, Wolfgang Müller, Peter Müller, Michael Müller, Matt Mullican,
Anca Munteanu-Rimnic, Piotr Nathan, Hajnal Németh, Ursula Neugebauer, Neulant van Exel,
Carsten Nicolai, Karina Nimmerfall, Astrid Nippoldt, Ann Noël, Jens Nordmann, Silke Nowak, Hester
Oerlemans, Roman Ondak, Aya Onodera, Michael Otto, Amy Patton, Antonio Gonzales Paucar,
Manfred Peckl, João Penalva, Manfred Pernice, Sandra Peters, Kristian Petersen, Mario Pfeifer, Katja
Pfeiffer, Pfelder, Daniel Pflumm, Andrea Pichl, Katinka Pilscheur, Hermann Pitz, Nina Pohl, Marco
Poloni, David Polzin, Sophia Pompéry, Lynn Pook & Julien Clauss, Bettina Pousttchi, Prinz Gholam,
Peter Pumpler, Norbert Radermacher, Fritz Rahmann, Alexandra Ranner, Rebecca Raue, raumtaktik,
von Borries / Böttger, Haleh Redjaian, Dodi Reifenberg, Inken Reinert, Berthold Reiß, Andreas Reiter
Raabe, Thomas Rentmeister, Cornelia Renz / Laura Bruce, Gunter Reski, Mandla Reuter, Reynold
Reynolds, Bernd Ribbeck, Tanja Rochelmeyer, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Kirstine Roepstorff, Ursula
Rogg, Stefan Römer, Maya Roos, Peter Rösel, Jenny Rosemeyer, Rosen / Wojnar, Aura Rosenberg,
Angela Rosenberg, Fried Rosenstock, Roth Stauffenberg, Miguel Rothschild, Steven Rowell, Annette
Ruenzler, Egill Sæbjörnsson, Stefan Saffer, Anri Sala, Dean Sameshima, Maike Sander, Yorgos
Sapountzis, Yehudit Sasportas, Matt Saunders, Eran Schaerf, Albrecht Schäfer, Sophia Schama,
Gerda Scheepers, Jutta Scheiner, Andreas Schimanski, Hanns Schimansky, Cornelia Schleime, Ariel
Schlesinger, Sebastiaan Schlicher, Les Schliesser, Gesine Schmauder, Regina Schmeken, Gunna
Schmidt, Tomas Schmit, Ralf Schmitt, Gregor Schneider, Albrecht Schnider, Dennis Scholl, Frances
Scholz, Eva Maria Schön, Jo Schöpfer, Henrik Schrat, Michael Schultze, Tilo Schulz, Alexandra
Schumacher, Veronika Schumacher, Martina Schumacher, Hanna Schwarz, Daniel Seiple, Andreas
Sell, Aurelia Sellin, Marcus Sendlinger, Eva Seufert, Catriona Shaw, Amie Siegel, Judith Siegmund,
Wiebke Siem, Katharina Sieverding, Markus Sixay, Jim Skuldt, Andreas Slominski, Florian Slotawa,
Raaf van der Sman, Christopher Snee, Juliane Solmsdorf, Astrid Sourkova / Markus Selg, Heidi
Specker, Thomas Spielmann, Andrea Splisgar, Rainer Splitt, Martin Städeli, Klaus Staeck, Raimar
Stange, Tim Stapel, Simon Starling, Julia Staszak /Olaf Mach, Erik Steinbrecher, Bente Stokke, Fiete
Stolte, Roland Stratmann, Josef Strau, Jaro Straub, Marlene Streeruwitz, Katja Strunz, Asli Sungu,
Shanghay Surbir, Anita Tarnutzer, Vincent Tavenne, Mathilde ter Heijne, Benedikt Terwiel, Stefan
Thiel, Mirjam Thomann, Bernhard Thome, Jan Timme, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Wawrzyniec Tokarski,
Christian Tonner, Bernd Trasberger, Petra Trenkel, Luca Trevisani, Mette Tronvoll, Sandra Truté,
Nasan Tur, Jochen Twelker, Timm Ulrichs, Malte Urbschat, Ignacio Uriarte, Marcel van Eeden, Maria
Vedder, Vlado Velkov, Till Velten, Johannes Vogl, Gabriel Vormstein, Gunnar Voss, Simon
Wachsmuth, Alexander Wagner, Rolf Walz, Tian Tian Wang, Fu Wang, Ryszard Wasko, Corinne
Wasmuht, Suse Weber, Heike Weber, Ina Weber, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Markus Weggenmann,
Susanne Weirich, Albert Weis, Ute Weiss Leder, Peter Welz , Tilmann Wendland, Matthias Wermke /
Mischa Leinkauf, Maja Weyermann, Suse Wiegand, Claudia Wieser, Eva-Maria Wilde, Berndt Wilde,
Stephen Wilks , Barbara Wille, Klaus Winichner, Markus Wirthmann, Anna Witt, Karsten Wittke,
Johannes Wohnseifer, Jens Wolf, Alexander Wolff, Ming Wong, Christine Würmell, Florian Wüst,
Paola Yacoup, Ekrem Yalcindag, Haegue Yang, Qin Yufen, Simone Zaugg, Holly Zausner, Francis
Zeischegg, Georg Zey, Ralf Ziervogel, David Zink Yi, Annett Zinsmeister, Christina Zück, Christof
Zwiener.
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR, STÄDTISCHES MUSEUM ABTEIBERG,
MÖNCHENGLADBACH
NOVEMBER 4, 2007 – APRIL 20, 2008
In museums audioguides are common tools used for mediation of art. The viewer
wanders between displayed artworks and listens to the recorded explanations. “Zeigen”
by Karin Sander is a somehow different audioguide - it is an exhibition that generates
imaginary images, the pictures that each of the viewers creates before his/her eyes
after a very personal exhibition experience. Throughout the museum the names of
the artists written in the black lettering on the white walls point to the files of audio
recordings in the audioguide. Surprisingly the expectation to receive an explanation of
the work remains unfulfilled, as sonic submissions by the artists invited by Karin Sander
are as varied as their artistic agendas and personalities. The project comprised 34
works by 36 artists.
Participating artists: John Armleder; Ingólfur Arnarsson; John Baldessari; Thom Barth; Marinus
Boezem; Hartmut Böhm; Reto Boller; Ernst Caramelle; Herman de Vries; Elmgreen & Dragset; Ayse
Erkmen; Helmut Federle; Sylvie Fleury; Hamish Fulton; Kristján Gudmundsson; Mona Hatoum;
Felix Stephan Huber; Eckhard Karnauke; Hannelore Kersting; Allan McCollum; Ralph Merschmann;
Manfred Mohr; Peter Pumpler; Reiner Ruthenbeck; Tomas Schmit; Roman Signer; Florian Slotawa;
Alan Uglow; Günter Umberg; Lawrence Weiner; Georg Winter; Heimo Zobernig
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR BY KARIN SANDER THROUGH KUNSTVEREIN
ARNSBERG 1988 – 2008, ARNSBERG, MARCH 7 – APRIL 24, 2008
“Zeigen. Audio Tour by Karin Sander through Kunstverein Arnsberg 1988 – 2008”
comprised 27 works by 27 artists.
Participating artists: Harald Welzer, John Baldessari, Thom Barth, Hartmut Böhm, Marinus Boezem,
Reto Boller, Monika Brandmeier, Harald Braun, Helmut Dirnaichner, Ulrich Erben, Ayse Erkmen,
Hamish Fulton, Eckhard Karnauke, Nikolaus Koliusis, Allan McCollum, Ralph Merschmann,
Christiane Möbus, Manfred Mohr, François Morellet, Maurizio Nannucci, Norbert Radermacher, Alf
Schuler, Spomenko Skrbic, herman de vries, Lawrence Weiner, Georg Winter, Markus Wirthmann,
René Zäch, Holly Zausner.
“ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR BY KARIN SANDER
THROUGH THE SCHIRN KUNSTHALLE”,
FRANKFURT AM MAIN, JULY 12 – OCTOBER 1, 2006
“Zeigen. Audio Tour by Karin Sander through the Schirn Kunsthalle” comprised 45
contributions by 45 artists.
Participating artists: Adrian Schiess, Alan Charlton, Alan Johnston, Alan Uglow, Andreas Karl
Schulze, Baldur Geir Bragason, Birgir Andresson, Björn Melhus, Corinne Wasmuth, Eckhard
Karnauke, Elmgreen & Dragset, Eran Schaerf, Finnbogi Pétursson, Florian Slotawa, Franz Graf,
Gerold Miller, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Günter Umberg, Hamish Fulton, Heimo Zobernig, Helmut
Federle, Hreinn Fri∂finnsson, Ingólfur Arnarsson, Joep van Lieshout, John Bock, John Armleder,
Kristján Gu∂mundsson, Lawrence Weiner, Mona Hatoum, Ólafur Gíslason, Ólöf Nordal, Peter Kogler,
Peter Pumpler, Ragna Róbertsdóttir, Ralph Merschmann, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Reinhard Ermen, Reto
Boller, Roman Signer, Roni Horn, Steingrímur Eyfjör∂, Steven Rand, Sylvie Fleury, Tomas Schmit,
Tumi Magnússon.
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR BY KARIN SANDER AT
NÄCHST ST. STEPHAN GALLERY, ROSEMARIE SCHWARZWÄLDER
IN VIENNA, APRIL 8 – MAY 20, 2006
“Zeigen. Audio Tour by Karin Sander through Galerie nächst St. Stephan” collected 35
works by 36 artists. For her project Karin Sander asked artists who have exhibited at
the Gallerie in the past as well as other fellow artists for contributions. Affixed to the
walls of the exhibition spaces, however, were only small signs with the artist’s names
and a code number. The works could only be heard. Visitors entered the code number
into their audio guides in order to access the corresponding artwork. “And so, what is
actually on view is a poetic installation in which people with headphones stand in front
of blank walls and invent imaginary works of art which are not visible, though this does
not mean to say that they are not there.” (Harald Welzer, 2005) *
* from www.schwarzwaelder.at
Participating artists: Adam Adach; John Armleder; Ingólfur Arnarson; Stephen Bambury; Sabine
Boehl; Herbert Brandl; Ernst Caramelle; Alan Charlton; Heinrich Dunst; Helmut Federle; Rainer
Ganahl; Franz Graf; Tumi Magnússon; Isa Melsheimer; Angelika Nollert; Finnbogi Pétursson; Julius
Popp; Reiner Ruthenbeck; Erik Steffensen; Jessica Stockholder; Günter Umberg; James Welling;
Heimo Zobernig
ZEIGEN. AUDIOTOUR BY KARIN SANDER THROUGH THE COLLECTION
OF HELGA DE ALVEAR, GALERIA HELGA DE ALVEAR,
MADRID, NOVEMBER 17, 2005 – JANUARY 14, 2006
“Zeigen. Audiotour by Karin Sander through the Collection of Helga de Alvear”
comprised 30 audio contributions by 31 artists.
Participating artists: Schiess, Hartley, McCollum, Gröting, Dj Simpson, Partegàs, Valldosera, Huber,
Rockenschaub, Fulton, Almeida, Julien, Leirner, Vallhonrat, Palomino, Penalva, Baldessari, Grosse,
Weiner, Sixay, Nannucci, Hatoum, Fries/Brändli, Merschmann, Ermen, Fleury, Locher, Werner,
Schmit, Rondinone.
ZEIGEN. AUDIO TOUR BY KARIN SANDER
THROUGH GALERIE MUELLER-ROTH, STUTTGART,
MARCH 5 – MARCH 16, 2005.
“Zeigen. Audio Tour by Karin Sander through Galerie Mueller-Roth” comprised 29
audio contributions by 28 artists
Participating artists: Harald Welzer, John Baldessari, Thom Barth, Hartmut Böhm, Marinus Boezem,
Reto Boller, Monika Brandmeier, Harald Braun, Helmut Dirnaichner, Ulrich Erben, Ayse Erkmen,
Hamish Fulton, Eckhard Karnauke, Nikolaus Koliusis, Allan McCollum, Ralph Merschmann,
Christiane Möbus, Manfred Mohr, François Morellet, Maurizio Nannucci, Norbert Radermacher, Alf
Schuler, Spomenko Skrbic, herman de vries, Lawrence Weiner, Georg Winter, Markus Wirthmann,
René Zäch, Holly Zausner.
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