lights in white satin.
antibeige goes art (again): we proudly present our next art installment (after antivirus@antibeige, featuring florian borkenhagen and burkhard schittny, autumn 2020).
‘lights in white satin’, a three city “trinissage” (mainz / frankfurt / wiesbaden, from 20.03.21). artist rainer schmelzeisen is – together with michael bleyenberg – the main representative of „luxart“ in germany. his light installations and illuminated objects shape everyday experiences in a work process that is existential to him. at antibeige we present the secular part of the trinissage: illuminated typographic objects between pop and poetry. these „illuminati“ stimulate associations, subtle and subversive at the same time. you see what you think – and so the final artwork is only created in the mind of the viewer. or, as f. r. david put it in a song in 1982: “words don’t come easy”.
also highly recommended is a visit to the other installments of the “trinissage”, including: ringkirche wiesbaden, representing the religious light, the mainzer kunst galerie for art as light(view) and the isis temple mainz for the spiritual light. especially interesting: his superimpositions of motifs by using lenticular foils in light boxes – a unique and visually impactful technique.
using the means of art to generate a light at the end of the (corona-)tunnel is part of the concept.
the three-phases-three-cities idea tries to extend contact times and to prevent human aggregations – please inform yourself about opening times and hygiene measures on the locations‘ websites.
mainz: mainzer kunst galerie, from 20.03.21
vernissage 20.03.21, 11.00-14.00, (objects visible also from the outside)
frankfurt: antibeige design gallery, from 30.04.21
by appointment only (objects visible also from the outside)
wiesbaden: ringkirche, from 29.05.21
vernissage 29.05.21, 18.00 Uhr. mit vortrag: „kunst und angst“, von frau prof. dr. katharina domschke, ärztliche direktorin der klinik für psychiatrie und psychotherapie, freiburg
Rainer Schmelzeisens work @antibeige gallery:
- „light hearted/down hearted“; 93 x 23,5 x 10 cm
- „so nicht“; 21 x 5,2 x 3,5 cm
- „but i’m sorry, i don’t pray that way“; 136 x 20 x 8 cm
- „lass die wolken ziehen – geh‘ deinen weg“; 101 x 45 x 22 cm