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Current projects

HEIMAT

K. DORN-TETZLAFF | E. DOELKER-HEIM |             H. SCHUHMACHER

Stuttgart Town Hall, Marktplatz 1, 70173 Stuttgart,

4th floor, “Art in the Town Hall”

OPENING: Tue. April 23, 2024, 7 p.m
April 23rd – May 31, 2024, Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m

https://www.bbk-wuerttemberg.de/2024/heimat/

K. Dorn-Tetzlaff evokes a place of longing - based on old family photos from Silesia, her father's homeland. Lavender oil rubs release people from their surroundings. Drawings of plants and flowers appear as substitutes.
E. Doelker-Heim processes self-made pigments from earth and rocks from her homeland. She works with the White Jura of the Swabian Alb, the slate of the Black Jura and the soils of the barren arable landscapes. H. Schuhmacher addresses the extinction of glaciers, probably the most touching geographical loss of face in our homeland. Using white, silver and light blue fabrics, she reconfigures organic patterns and natural forms of glaciers into talisman-like tactile objects.

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Biophilia

CHRISTINE HERR and EVA DOELKER-HEIM

BBK/W Atelierhaus, Eugenstraße 17,               70182 Stuttgart

Opening: Sat, October 20, 2024, 4 p.m

Introduction: Clemens Ottnad

Duration: October 20th - November 4th, 2024, Sat + Sun 2 p.m. - 6 p.m

The term biophilia (ancient Greek bios “life” and philia “love”) means “love of life” or “love of living things”.
Biophilia describes the deep affiliations and connections that humans have with nature as a whole. It's about a deep feeling of connection with everything that surrounds us. 

The artistic work of Christine Herr and Eva Doelker-Heim is a reflection on nature, its relationship to human existence and its effects on our emotions. Through their works they explore what they experience within themselves and in the world around us. The observation of nature becomes a shared artistic discourse.

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Water - an artistic dialogue

CHRISTINE HERR and EVA DOELKER-HEIM

Karlsruhe Regional Council

01/10/2024-02/02/2024

https://rp.baden-wuerttemberg.de/rpk/abt1/ref11/ exhibitions/

The work of Christine Herr and Eva Doelker-Heim is a reflection on nature, its relationship to human existence and its effects on our emotions. Through their works they explore what they experience within themselves and in the world around us. In this exhibition, the observation of nature becomes a shared artistic discourse about the element of water.

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HEIMAT

K. DORN-TETZLAFF | E. DOELKER-HEIM |             H. SCHUHMACHER

Stuttgart Town Hall, Marktplatz 1, 70173 Stuttgart,

4th floor, “Art in the Town Hall”

OPENING: Tue. April 23, 2024, 7 p.m
April 23rd – May 31, 2024, Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m

https://www.bbk-wuerttemberg.de/2024/heimat/

K. Dorn-Tetzlaff evokes a place of longing - based on old family photos from Silesia, her father's homeland. Lavender oil rubs release people from their surroundings. Drawings of plants and flowers appear as substitutes.
E. Doelker-Heim processes self-made pigments from earth and rocks from her homeland. She works with the White Jura of the Swabian Alb, the slate of the Black Jura and the soils of the barren arable landscapes. H. Schuhmacher addresses the extinction of glaciers, probably the most touching geographical loss of face in our homeland. Using white, silver and light blue fabrics, she reconfigures organic patterns and natural forms of glaciers into talisman-like tactile objects.

IMG_2447.jpg

Biophilia

CHRISTINE HERR and EVA DOELKER-HEIM

BBK/W Atelierhaus, Eugenstraße 17,               70182 Stuttgart

Opening: Sat, October 20, 2024, 4 p.m

Introduction: Clemens Ottnad

Duration: October 20th - November 4th, 2024, Sat + Sun 2 p.m. - 6 p.m

The term biophilia (ancient Greek bios “life” and philia “love”) means “love of life” or “love of living things”.
Biophilia describes the deep affiliations and connections that humans have with nature as a whole. It's about a deep feeling of connection with everything that surrounds us. 

The artistic work of Christine Herr and Eva Doelker-Heim is a reflection on nature, its relationship to human existence and its effects on our emotions. Through their works they explore what they experience within themselves and in the world around us. The observation of nature becomes a shared artistic discourse.

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