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POLA SIEVERDING
 
Walking and talking through the exhibition "Bodies That Matter" at NRW Forum Düsseldorf with Bernadette Färber and Rosa Schulz.
A video walk through the exhibition Pola Sieverding conceptualized for düsseldorf photo+ in March 2020.
"Bodies That Matter" is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield in which desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated
Artists: Yalda Afsah & Ginan Seidl, Talia Chetrit, John Coplans, Collier Schorr, Berni Searle, Pola Sieverding, SMITH, Wolfgang Tillmans

Part one with works by @Yalda Afsah & Ginan Seidl and Collier Schorr

Video: Kristof Puller, The Dorf, NRW Forum Düsseldorf
In cooperation with düsseldorf photo+ www.https://www.duesseldorfphotoplus.de/info
Thank you to Rita Almeida, 303 Gallery, JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION, Richard Saltoun Gallery, The John Coplans Trust, Sies + Höke Galerie, OFFICE IMPART, Galerie Sabine Knust
Walking and talking through the exhibition "Bodies That Matter" at NRW Forum Düsseldorf with Bernadette Färber and Rosa Schulz.
A video walk through the exhibition Pola Sieverding conceptualized for düsseldorf photo+ in March 2020.
"Bodies That Matter" is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield in which desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated
Artists: Yalda Afsah & Ginan Seidl, Talia Chetrit, John Coplans, Collier Schorr, Berni Searle, Pola Sieverding, SMITH, Wolfgang Tillmans

Part two with works by SMITH, Talia Chetrit, Pola Sieverding, Wolfgang Tillmans, Berni Searle and John Coplans.

Video: Kristof Puller, The Dorf, NRW Forum Düsseldorf
In cooperation with düsseldorf photo+ www.https://www.duesseldorfphotoplus.de/info
Thank you to Rita Almeida, 303 Gallery, JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION, Richard Saltoun Gallery, The John Coplans Trust, Sies + Höke Galerie, OFFICE IMPART, Galerie Sabine Knust
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
Yalda Afsah & Ginan Seidl (Courtesy of the artists), Collier Schorr (Courtesy of the artist, MACK Books London and 303 Gallery New York), Berni Searle (Commissioned by the Matrix programme, Berkeley Art Museum, USA. Courtesy of Berni Searle and Richard Saltoun Gallery London)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
Collier Schorr (Courtesy of the artist, MACK Books London and 303 Gallery New York), John Coplans (© The John Coplans Trust)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
SMITH (Courtesy Galerie les Filles du Calvaire, Paris), Talia Chetrit (Courtesy the artist and Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf), Pola Sieverding (Courtesy the artist), Wolfgang Tillmans (Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION), Berni Searle (Commissioned by the Matrix programme, Berkeley Art Museum, USA. Courtesy of Berni Searle and Richard Saltoun Gallery London)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
Wolfgang Tillmans (Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION), Berni Searle (Commissioned by the Matrix programme, Berkeley Art Museum, USA. Courtesy of Berni Searle and Richard Saltoun Gallery London), John Coplans (© The John Coplans Trust), SMITH (Courtesy Galerie les Filles du Calvaire, Paris), Talia Chetrit (Courtesy the artist and Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
Berni Searle (Commissioned by the Matrix programme, Berkeley Art Museum, USA. Courtesy of Berni Searle and Richard Saltoun Gallery London), John Coplans (© The John Coplans Trust)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
SMITH (Courtesy Galerie les Filles du Calvaire, Paris), Talia Chetrit (Courtesy the artist and Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
Pola Sieverding (Courtesy the artist), Wolfgang Tillmans (Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
Pola Sieverding (Courtesy the artist), Wolfgang Tillmans (Courtesy of the artist and JULIA STOSCHEK FOUNDATION)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
BODIES THAT MATTER
NRW Forum Düsseldorf, 2020
with YALDA AFSAH & GINAN SEIDL, TALIA CHETRIT, JOHN COPLANS, COLLIER SCHORR, BERNI SEARLE, POLA SIEVERDING, SMITH, WOLFGANG TILLMANS
Concept by Pola Sieverding

from left to right:
On Boxing, 2016, HD Video. Pola Sieverding (Courtesy the artist)

Not only does the photographic image play a fundamental role in our understanding of the human body, but the use of lens-based strategies to propose "other" images of the human body and challenge the socially conditioned gaze that often determines which bodies are visible and which must remain in the dark is the means of choice for generations of artists who felt the need to question hegemonic and rigid views of this ever-present field of interest of the human body, the many discourses around it and the projections on it.
The exhibition negotiates its concerns exclusively via projections, a permeable medium that allows images to be presented without leaving traces - this quality is carried right through to the conceptualization of the exhibition itself: Bodies That Matter is a reflection on bodies in their manifold forms, materialities and attributions.
The absent is confronted with presence, the ethereal with the material, the flesh navigates beyond the carnality and the tangible. Projected videos and photographs of what is inscribed in the body reveal a discourse on notions of body, identity, individuality and community: the exhibition offers a view of the body as a surface that makes inner and outer experiences visible and understands the body as a playground and battlefield where desires, fantasies and realities can be articulated.
Photo © Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Bodies that matter, 2018/19, Installation view Knust X Kunz, Munich
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Bodies that matter, 2018/19, Installation view Knust X Kunz, Munich
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Bodies that matter, 2018/19, Installation view Knust X Kunz, Munich
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Bodies that matter, 2018/19, Installation view Knust X Kunz, Munich
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Installation view KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, Berlin, 2018
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Installation view KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, Berlin, 2018
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Installation view KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, Berlin, 2018
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Installation view KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, Berlin, 2018
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Pola Sieverding: Gustav Peichl 15 Bauten zum 90sten.
Installation view MAK Museum für Angewandte Kunst und Gegenwartskunst Vienna, Austria, 2018
28 pigment prints, framed, each 117 x 172 cm.
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Installation view: “IKON”, EMoP European Month of Photography Berlin, Anna Jill Lüpertz Gallery-Mitte, 2016
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Installation view: “IKON”, EMoP European Month of Photography Berlin, Anna Jill Lüpertz Gallery-Mitte, 2016
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Close to Concrete II, 2014, HD video, sound, 15’20’’; colored adhesive transparency foil, mirror adhesive foil

Installation view: “Sometimes You See Your City Differently”, Feinberg Projects, Tel Aviv, 2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
Foto: © Ami Erlich
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Close to Concrete II, 2014, HD video, sound, 15’20’’; colored adhesive transparency foil, mirror adhesive foil

Installation view: “Sometimes You See Your City Differently”, Feinberg Projects, Tel Aviv, 2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
Foto: © Ami Erlich
Installation view “Von den Strömen der Stadt”, Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, 2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
Photo: Achim Kukulies

The installation seeks to examine the current state of publicness and the city as stage. Architectural facades are the visible and perceptible membrane underneath which, often in rather dark spaces, subcultures and parallel realities transform a public space of power into their own stage of desire. In “Close to concrete II” the camera, like an echo sounder, glides over images of a spent utopia: As if they have just been pulled from muddy brackish water, rise the facades of the monstrous social housing project at Berlin's Märkisches Viertel. Like in a puzzle, the geometric grids and structures of the facades sometimes appear as a social dystopia, and at other times like an abstract-aesthetic minimal work of art.
In the video „On Boxing“ two boxers are almost frozen in an endless clinch. Together with the other (urban) protagonists of the third video „Cross Metropolis Machine“ and the photo „Arena 1“ they provoke to contemplate about the body as currency to gain control over ones life.
The Epic
Pola Sieverding
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
03.04.-05.06.2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
The Epic
Pola Sieverding
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
03.04.-05.06.2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
The Epic
Pola Sieverding
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
03.04.-05.06.2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
The Epic
Pola Sieverding
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
03.04.-05.06.2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
The Epic
Pola Sieverding
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
03.04.-05.06.2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
The Epic
Pola Sieverding
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
03.04.-05.06.2016
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
© Photo: Klaus Mettig, VG Bild-Kunst
ARENA Mural, 2016
Latexdruck auf Vlies / Latex print on fleece, 339 x 1040 cm
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild-Kunst
ARENA #5, #2, #9
2014
Pigment print on paper
each 168 x 112 cm
Installation view: "History is a Warm Gun" at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, 2015
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Foto: © Ulrich Urban, VG Bild Kunst
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
ARENA, 2015
Installation view Anna Jill Lüpertz Gallery, Berlin
Photo: Cordia Schlegelmilch
© Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
ARENA, 2015
Installation view Anna Jill Lüpertz Gallery, Berlin
Photo: Cordia Schlegelmilch
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CROSS METROPOLIS MACHINE, 2012
HD video, sound, 14'
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
GRANDS ENSEMBLES, 2014, Installation view
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
GRANDS ENSEMBLES, 2014, Installation view
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE, 2011/2012
HD video 15'20'', sound ,table board, trestles, 8 xerox prints, x-film D-MX mirror adhesive foil
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE (Modulor), 2012
4 silver columns, X-Film D-MX mirror adhesive foil
113 x 50 cm, 183 x 50 cm, 140 x 50 cm, 226 x 50 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE, 2011, HD video, sound; table and 2 benches MDF and paint; velvet curtain; silver column: X-Film D-MX mirror adhesive film
Installation view Lumiar Cité, Lisbon
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE, 2011, HD video, sound; table and 2 benches MDF and paint; velvet curtain; silver column: X-Film D-MX mirror adhesive film
Installation view Lumiar Cité, Lisbon
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE, 2011, 24 bw xerox prints on colored cardboard
Installation view Lumiar Cité, Lisbon
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE, 2011, 4 of 24 bw xerox prints on colored cardboard
Installation view Lumiar Cité, Lisbon
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
CLOSE TO CONCRETE, 2011, 2 of 24 bw xerox prints on colored cardboard
Installation view Lumiar Cité, Lisbon
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
NEVER MIND ABOUT THE SIX FEET. LET’S TALK ABOUT THE SEVEN INCHES.
Installation view Galerie Lena Brüning, Berlin.
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
NEVER MIND ABOUT THE SIX FEET. LET’S TALK ABOUT THE SEVEN INCHES.
Installation view Galerie Lena Brüning, Berlin.
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Cadavre Exquis I-VIII, 2009, D/A Process (Micro Piezo Technology), each 230x112 cm
Installation view, Gallery Lena Brüning, Berlin
Installation shot Henning Moser, Berlin
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Nocturne Arabesque & work in progress, 2009
Installation view, Gallery Campagne Première, Berlin
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
RHIZOMA (Plate #1)_2010_Mixed Media (Steel, Postcard, BW-Print, Color Laser Copy, Magnets)_70 x 50 x 70 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
RHIZOMA (Plate #2)_2010_Mixed Media (Steel, BW-Print, Color Laser Copy, Fabric, Magnets)_70 x 50 x 70 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
RHIZOMA (Plate #3)_2010_Mixed Media (Steel, Color Laser Copy, Xerox, Fabric, Magnets)_70 x 50 x 70 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
RHIZOMA (Plate #4)_2010_Mixed Media (Steel, BW-Print, Color Laser Copy, Xerox, Postcard, Magnets)_70 x 50 x 70 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
RHIZOMA (Plate #5)_2010_Mixed Media (Steel, C-Print, BW-Print, Xerox, Magnets)_70 x 50 x 70 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (BlingBling), 2008, D/A Process, Alu Dibond, Acryl, Europalette, 125 x 170 cm
Installation shot Henning Moser, Berlin
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Talking Head_2010_Digital C-Print_10 x 10 cm
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (TEXT VII)_2010_A/D/A Process_100 x 125 cm
Untitled_2009_A/A Process_50 x 60 cm
Untitled_2008_A/A Process_60 x 90 cm
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (TEXT I-III)_2010_A/D/A Process_each 61 x 76 cm
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (TEXT IV-VI)_2010_A/D/A Process_each 61 x 76 cm
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Venus_2009_ADA Process_127 x 85 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
RHIZOMA_2010_Mixed Media_Steel, D/A/D Process (Micro Piezo Print)_each 70 x 50 cm
Photo © Ulrich Urban
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (Tableau), 2007, Xerox, 35 pieces, each 42 x 29,7 cm
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (Karl In Kitchen), 2006, C-Print, framed, 67x89 cm
©Pola Sieverding, VG Bild Kunst
Untitled (Figure#7), 2005, D/A Process, Alu Dibond, Acryl, 125 x 163 cm