In the work of Germaine Kruip, space is a playing field. Sometimes you are standing smack in the middle, on a stage filled with spotlights, but most of the time the spectacle unfolds at a distance, in an abstraction, as an idea. In association with her exhibitions in Düsseldorf and Almere, here is a conversation about the theatre that is in all of us – and in nature.
A capricious elusiveness is an essential characteristic of the art of Jutta Koether. Black as night at one moment, shining with joy the next, she offers an oeuvre that appears to consist purely of side-paths. A profesional artistry that attests to great insight and virtuosity is alternated with the muddiest painting in the world: anit-art, anit-beauty, anti-everything. Who is she, and what does she want?
The dials register speeds above 200 km/h as we tear past lorries and hurtle towards the packed ring road. A daredevil ride, and one not simulated: someone took a camera along to illegal street races for Matias Faldbakken's video Gateway.