Fandango - a Spanish - South American dance, which, with its sometimes quiet but also turbulent performance, does not follow any fixed sequences of steps or figures. The dance couples constantly improvise individual tempos and new variations to the music of the orchestra, often even completely contrary. The result is a picture of the greatest possible variety in a manageable limited framework. In my opinion, a fitting synonym for the complexity of my topics and the materials and techniques used and their ever new combinations. In this title I also see the movement and oscillation between the genre boundaries of my more traditional sculptural language. In addition, “Fandango” has a nice word sound for me, which at the same time associates the new and the unknown. That stirs up the desire to research them and to discover them for my art.
Foto: Robert Kelley, Museum Specialist/Photographer
Art and science - Exhibition in the Archeological Museum in Halle
with Gritta Götze and Martin Möhwald
Innerhalb der Ausstellung zur Triennale sind von mir hauptsächlich Arbeiten aus Aluminium zu sehen: Getriebene Skulpturen und gegossene Reliefs. In zwei zusammenhängenden Räumen des Zeitzer Schlosses stehen diesen grafische Arbeiten von Susanne Theumer gegenüber, die großformatige Kohlezeichnungen und Radierungen zeigt.