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Arttours 2014/15 (season #3)

2011 - 2015 Stuttgart

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Balkon sucht Gemeinschaft

October 2013 Sculptural work/Monument steirischer herbst, Graz, Austria

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Who or what is missing their arms?

July 2012 Production residency at Kijk Ruimte Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Day 10: A child peeking into the container

The 11 days of creation

22.06.2011 – 03.07.2011 An intervention commissioned by the Festival of Regions, Attnang-Puchheim, Austria

Schönau allotments

X-Wohnungen Mannheim

04.06.2011 – 07.06.2011 Schillertage 2011 (National Theater Mannheim) / HAU, Germany

The Rossendale medicinal herb garden

The Rossendale medicinal herb garden

29.03.2011 A collaboration with the Rossendale Museum, Rawtenstall, UK

COLD CALLS call center

Cold Calls

04-06.11.2010 Experimental theater production Treffpunkt Rotebühlplatz, Stuttgart, Germany

The taxidermy room at the Rossendale Museum

New light on old bones

11.2010 – 04.2011 Collaborative research project The Rossendale Museum, Rawtenstall, UK

Masterplan view

Masterplan documentation

25.09.2010 – 02.10.2010 steirischer herbst, Graz, Austria

About

Susanne Kudielka and Kaspar Wimberley work internationally as interventionists and performance researchers specialising in site-specific and site-responsive art, alternative strategies for audience interaction and new forms of artistic collaboration.

The artistic process usually begins with a given site, and a process of observation and dialogue that analyses, and eventually responds, to the architectural, socio-political, geographical, mythological, connotative and historical narratives that can be found there.

Projects are quietly subversive, playfully readjusting the narrative and appreciation of a particular activity or a given site. The working process often involves those that live in an area, and aims to be accessible and relevant.

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