fleisch – Ausstellung in Halle/Saale

On 14.10.2010, at 8 pm: Vernissage with live sound performance by Deep Sleep

Place: Hühnermanhattan, Hordorfer Straße 4, 06112 Halle, Germany

Exhibition open from 15 – 17.10.2010, from 14 – 22 o’clock.

In the context of the exhibition, on Friday, 15.10, at 8 pm Lou Marin will present the book “Leo Tolstoi, Clara Wichmann, Elisée Reclus, Magnus Schwantje u.a. Das Schlachten beenden! On the critique of violence against animals. Anarchist, pacifist, feminist and left socialist traditions”.

A themed evening on animal experimentation is planned for Saturday evening. Organized by the Antispeciesist Action Halle. (from about 8 pm)

For the finissage on Sunday, Oct. 17, there will be a sound performance by One Man Nation from Singapore, as well as a performance by the experimental-acoustic-tango-noise-formation DURE-MèRE from France.

Before that, by suggestion of the vegetarian group Halle, there will be a talk about my work and its background. (from about 6 pm)

(in german language)

Thursday, July 18, 7 pm
Guided tour through the exhibition
with Dr. Ralf F. Hartmann, Dr. Kathrin Herrmann and Hartmut Kiewert

Thursday, August 8, 7 pm
Panel: Transformation and the future of human-animal relationships
with Melanie Bujok, Hartmut Kiewert and Dr. Friederike Schmitz

Thursday, August 15, 7 pm
Panel: Animal Turn in the Art World
with Alicja Czupryk, Hartmut Kiewert and Dr. Jessica Ullrich

current and upcoming exhibitions

16.03. – 18.08.2024
Solo exhibtion, Zitadelle, Berlin

02.05. – 31.08.2024
Galerie KK Klaus Kiefer, Essen

05.05. – 28.07.2024
Cubus Kunsthalle, Duisburg

07.07. – 06.10.2024
Bitte zu Tisch!
Museum Villa Rot, Burgrieden-Rot

15.09. – 26.10.2024
Natur – Mensch
St. Andreasberg

26.09. – 31.10.2024
Start Sniffing
Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Wien

03.10.2024 – 02.03.2025
Hello Nature. Wie wollen wir zusammen leben?
Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg

24.10.2024 – 06.04.2025
Verrückt nach Fleisch
Museum Brot und Kunst, Ulm

Herbst 2024
Solo exhibition, Galerie KK Klaus Kiefer, Essen


“The position that non-human animals occupy in our cultural imagination is proof for how easy it is to accept the lower status of some beings without even a second thought.”

― Aph Ko