Kunsthalle Münster 2021

ton not. not ton / Tinted Glass

from 3 October 2021

Contemporary art

Kunsthalle Münster 2021

ton not. not ton / Tinted Glass

from 3 October 2021

Concert, performance, exhibition: ton not. not ton is devoted to the sound of things—sound emerging in the form of acoustic interventions, in the objects arranged within the space and in one’s own imagination. While some of the artists and musicians elicit the sound from the objects directly at the moment of the performance, others merely refer to it via their works, directing attention to the performative quality of the object.
A collaboration between Kunsthalle Münster and dispari—a label and platform for auditory publications and performances at various locations, initiated and run by Ngu-yen Phuong-Dan.

The space resonates—in a musical, artistical and imaginary way. Objects are made to sound, echoing memories: the moment when the keys of the piano were played or the fireworks were set off.

A collaboration between Kunsthalle Münster and dispari—a label and platform for auditory publications and performances at various locations, initiated and run by Ngu-yen Phuong-Dan.

Artists: Florian Bräunlich, Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann, Sven-Åke Johansson, Museum of No Art, Tomoko Sauvage, Saskia Senge, Gesa Troch, Hannah Weinberger
Curators: Nguyen Phuong-Dan + Merle Radtke

Opening: 03.10.2021
Performances: 14 h Tomoko Sauvage, Concert / 16 h Florian Bräunlich, Safe Crash, with Sven-Ake Johansson / 17 h Museum of No Art, Concert

ton not. not ton
03.10. – 17.10.2021



With Tinted Glass, the Kunsthalle Münster is presenting Charlott Weise’s first solo exhibition in a German art institution. In her works, the Amsterdam-based artist examines the representation and reproduction of femininity and its performance, issues she explores in various realms such as literature, fashion, (mainstream) media and theatre. At the same time, painting and its rich history offer a crucial starting point for her artistic inquiry. Her practice can be seen as a form of intuitive visual writing through which she reflects on an unconscious inner world composed of relationships, images and obsessions – a terrain in which important roles are played by female archetypes such as Venus, the witch or the vamp. By detaching the paintings from the walls, viewers are drawn into direct involvement with the installation and the spatial context. Emotional worlds form the framework within which Weise uses humoristic means to transform gender clichés.

Tinted Glass
03.10. – 14.11.2021

Press conference: 30.09.2021, 11 am
Opening: 03.10.2021, 12 am

Kunsthalle Münster, Hafenweg 28, 5. Stock, 48155 Münster

www.kunsthallemuenster.de/en

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ton not. not ton

  • Florian Bräunlich, Safe Crash 2020 (Performance Sven-Åke Johansson)
    Foto: Maik Gräf
  • Museum of No Art
    Foto: Natalia Sidor
  • Tomoko Sauvage, WOS Festival, 2018
    Foto: Leo Lopez
  • Gesa Troch, Cracker 1, Cracker 2, 2017, Keramik, glasiert. Foto: Hubertus Huvermann
  • Florian Bräunlich, Sage Crash, 2020 (Performance Sven-Ake Johansson), Porzellan, Holzpodest, Lack, Schlagzeug, Scheinwerfer. Foto: Maik Gräf

Tinted Glass

  • Charlott Weise, Sail Paintings, Installationsansicht He at Sea, Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen 2018, Textilfarbe, Färbemittel, Tinte, Rötelstift auf Leinwand, Seil, gefundene Objekte
    Courtesy the artist. Foto: Christian van der Kooy
  • Charlott Weise, Vora, 2016, Tinte, Pigment, Glutinleim auf Leinwand, 250 x 180 cm. Courtesy the artist, Foto: Franz Müller Schmidt
  • Charlott Weise, White Nights, 2017, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 80 cm. Courtesy the artist, Foto: Franz Müller Schmidt
  • Charlott Weise, smile behind tinted glass, 2021, Tusche auf Papier, 21 x 30 cm. Courtesy the artist
  • Charlott Weise, Taxi (Madonna), 2021, Tusche auf Papier, 21 x 30 cm. Courtesy the artist
  • Charlott Weise, Scare, 2017, Öl auf Leinwand, 210 x 70 cm. Courtesy the artist, Foto: Franz Müller Schmidt
  • Charlott Weise, Porträt
    Foto: Franz Müller Schmidt