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Karlsruhe (ots) – In our digitally networked present, Jean-Remys Talking Tubes (2020) the simple power of direct dialogue. The artist creates an interactive acoustic installation with aphoristic dialogues from metal, industrial waste and fire hoses.
“Let’s talk! Even today, when everyone: r communicates with everyone: m / everyone: r and everything with everything, dialogue remains the fastest and easiest way to become clear about a matter. It is the most important link in human relationships and thus the mother of all forms of communication. Celebrating this mother with an interactive installation is the idea of Talking Tubes: Two tubes exchange thoughts, profundity and nonsense alternate and externalities are left out. The spoken word is valid! The Talking Tubes are never completed, but keep moving: the “talking” with constantly new actors: inside and content. The “Tubes” with other surprising constructions. The ones presented in the ZKM Talking Tubes are the first of them all: with dialogues about talking and remaining silent – spoken by Jan Josef Liefers and Anna Loos. “- Jean-Remy
Jean-Remy, born in Brussels in 1952, is one of the founders of the Jung von Matt creative agency, which in Cannes was the only one in Germany to have repeatedly been named the best independent agency in the world. He is considered the creator of many campaigns that achieved cult status and is both an honorary member of the Art Directors Club and a member of the Hall of Fame of Wirtschaftswoche. After leaving the operational business, he began to realize long-planned conceptual art projects. The Talking Tubes are his first project to be shown publicly.
Installation made of metal, industrial waste and old fire hoses, with a lighting concept consisting of washing drums and pitchforks, 7 m wide, 2.50 m high, 420 kg heavy.
The project takes place in cooperation with the Foundation for Art and Culture Bonn instead, which has been active as a source of ideas, engine and organizer of projects relating to contemporary art and culture for over 30 years. The foundation realizes exhibitions at home and abroad, operates the MKM Museum Küppersmühle in Duisburg, organizes discussions on cultural policy and presents art in public spaces. Objective: initiate dialogues and be a “co-creator of the whole”, loosely based on Joseph Beuys – and entirely in the spirit of Jean-Remy.
Further information at: stiftungkunst.de; @stiftungkunstbonn (Instagram); @stiftungkunst (Twitter, Facebook)
More information on Talking tubes can be found at zkm.de/talking-tubes
An individual press conference with the artist on Wednesday afternoon, June 30th 2021 or Thursday afternoon, July 1st, 2021 on site can be arranged. We ask you to register at email@example.com .
The opening will take place on Friday, July 1, 2021 at 7 p.m. on the forecourt of the ZKM (Human Rights Square) in front of the entrance of the subspace (cube) in the presence of the artist Jean-Remy, the actor Jan Josef Liefers, the actress and singer Anna Loos and the economic philosopher Anders Indset.
The following applies on site:
If the weather makes it impossible to stay outdoors, the event will be moved to the ZKM foyer. In this case, proof of a negative test result or complete vaccination or recovery is required. The number of people will be reduced. A free test center near the ZKM will be available.
More information about the opening at zkm.de/eroeffnung-talking-tubes
Tel: +49 (0)721 / 8100 – 1220
ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe
Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife donates $2.74 billion
Wednesday – 6 Dhu al-Qi’dah 1442 AH – 16 June 2021 AD
Mackenzie Scott is divorced from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos (AP)
Washington: Asharq Al-Awsat Online.
MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder and the world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, announced yesterday (Tuesday) a donation of $2.74 billion to 286 organizations, including art and anti-racism groups, according to Agence France-Presse.
Scott, 51, pledged to donate half of her fortune, which Forbes magazine estimated at about $60 billion, to charitable causes, mainly due to her divorce from Bezos.
In March, Scott married Dan Jewett, a science professor at Lakeside Private School in Seattle (northwestern United States).
In an article published on Medium, MacKenzie Scott wrote: “Dan and I and a group of researchers, administrators, and consultants are trying to donate the wealth created by systems that need to be modified.”
“We are humbled by the conviction that it is better that unequal wealth not be concentrated in the hands of a few people,” she added, noting that the money could be better used by the organizations that will donate to it.
Prior to this announcement, Scott previously revealed donations totaling more than six billion dollars, highlighting the need to help the people most affected by the economic consequences of the “Covid-19” pandemic and reduce the unequal distribution of wealth.
The list of recipients that will benefit from Scott’s most recent donation includes the Apollo Theater in New York, a US Children’s Defense Fund, and university departments in California, Florida, Texas and Illinois, as well as social justice groups (Res Forward and Borealis). Velantrope»).
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In the Troadkastn: “double line” forged from red-hot iron by Markus Strieder.
Wörgl, Kramsach – It is a shame that the Tyrolean steel sculptor Markus Strieder is practically not present in his homeland. His artistic handwriting is unique, regardless of whether he forges or rolls very small spinning tops or sculptures weighing tons from glowing iron. It is all the more gratifying that Günther Moschig and Alois Schild invited the artist, who has been living near Lyon for many years, to a retrospective in the Wörgler Polylog and Kramsacher Troadkastn.
Where the 60-year-old, who studied with Jürgen Brodwolf at the Stuttgart Academy, presents himself as a sculptor and as a painter. In order to demonstrate in astonishing way how wonderfully the seemingly heavy and the very light have to do with each other. Even Strieder’s monumental sculptures seem somehow easy, when, for example, in the Troadkastn the upper part of a sculpture seems to run over the lower part. Quite apart from the tops in various sizes, which the artist lets “dance” in and in front of the polylogue. In spite of their poetry, Strieders, on the other hand, exude an archaic certain heaviness, drawn with ink using cardboard on medium-sized paper.
Apart from a few splashes of paint, nothing in the two-dimensional Strieder leaves anything to chance, in contrast to his sculptures consisting of narrow iron rods, which look for their own shape in narrow housings during the cooling process. To become magically condensed bound energy.