Glimpses of student work at the AdbK, Munich
Review of the Art Academy’s end of year exhibition in Munich on July 12th:
series in clay at the ADBK – copyright Sonia Boening
My favourite was “The Dark Side of the Moon”, an installation of Prof Künzli’s jewellery class. One was given a miniscule torch and entered a very dark room, at the end of which a room-filling moon studded with sculpted necklaces and brooches could be deciphered in the darkness. One had to search the dark moon-form to discover the objects. I found this a unique way of highlighting the work.
The class of Prof Dieter Rehm installation of future living conditions were thought provoking with “The Modern- the Dream – the Way Out”.
the future of dwelling – copyright Sonia Boening
Anke Doberauer’s class exhibited some perfectly executed Nocturne paintings. The plexi reflections in the glass, class of Prof Benedikt Wiertz, are also worth mentioning.
class of Anke DOBERAUER at one of the nocturnes – copyright Sonia Boening
Another nocturne from the class of Doberauer – copyright Sonia Boening
Lena Polczka’s “250 gramm Optimatics” was an interesting installation of soft forms under glass, which appeared to breathe rhythmically.
Prof Baumschlager’s class – Architecture And Art – copyright Sonia Boening
The writer, Sonia Böning, is a jewellery designer and artist running her jewellery and art space in Munich
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