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Das sind die Gewinner:innen des Reclaim Awards 2021:

Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńska

stay in touch

In Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńskas work stay in touch, the hand becomes the epicentre of the universe. As a symbol of closeness and touching, in the co-ordinates of her personal reference system everything revolves around …

Andrea Abbatangelo

Project RadioLondon _ Harare

Andrea Abbatangelo’s Project Radio London­_Harare consists of a series of sound sculptures and site-specific installations in Zimbabwe. The project was made as part of CT4(R): Simbabwe, a residency programme … 

CargoCult

centerfold

CargoCult formed as an artists’ collective in Berlin in 2012, in response to an employment market policy measure which aimed at integrating the unemployed and chiefly included women with a migration background …

Andres de Varona

To See Myself Alive

The photographic work To See Myself Alive by Andres de Varona depicts Marcia Reifman, who was ill with cancer and freed herself from the shadow cast on the light of life by this disease …

Bonnita Postma

DIMITRI, from the series ‘me myself and I’

In her collages, Bonnita Postma uses found photographs of people she does not know. The impersonality of this found footage gives her the freedom to detach herself from the object. To combine it freely …

Boon Lee

How to cut a cube into sevenths

In recent years, among other things, Boon Lee’s works have been focused, under environmental aspects, on recyclable materials and found objects. In his work How to cut a cube into sevenths, Boon Lee combines …

Chai Mi

A’s Fables

Since early 2015, taking photographs of and observing the city plus the life forms that inhabit it has become a compulsive habit for Chai Mi. In a self-created database comprising videos and images she has taken at zoos …

Christian Hiadzi

All and beyond

Christian Hiadzi’s boldly coloured painting is inspired by the human experiences we go through: happiness, pain, fear, death. As sensitive beings we are obliged to cope with all these experiences …

Corinne Fhima

EVE LOVES SPORT

Eve is everywhere. Corinne Fhima creates a surreal world around the female body. She inscribes herself into the most diverse array of contexts with her alter ego Eve. She collages, performs, infiltrates the public space …

 
 

Costanza Brandizzi

Grilled octopus, tsitsiravla, sea bass fish, fried melanzani and potatoes

The photographic Grilled octopus, tsitsiravla, sea bass fish, fried melanzani and potatoes by Costanza Brandizzi was created one evening in August 2020 in Greece, Pilion. On view are two people and the remnants of …

 

 

 

Dane Palmieri

your wounds are showing

Your wounds are showing is part of an ongoing project on the meaning of objects and their preservation. Palmieri’s digital collage consists of nine detailed views of a reproduction plaster Virgin and Child from the 20th century …

Eleonora Arnold & Wiebke Meischner

links: KSV (Karaoke Stock Video) _ Believerechts: KSV (Karaoke Stock Video) _ Believe II

In their work, Wiebe Meischner & Eleonora Arnold react consciously to the classic advertising aesthetic in the public space. It is no accident that their choice of motifs from karaoke video stills falls to a frequent advertising …

Elizabeth Withstandley

Searching for the Miraculous (Part 2: The Journey)

Five screens, five film stills, put together to form one visual experience. Elizabeth Withstandley exhibits film stills from her video installation Searching for the Miraculous (Part 2: The Journey). The video installation is part

Emily Weiskopf

Salvage to Salvation (no. 7)

Emily Weiskopf was involved in a near-fatal car accident in 2014. She suffered permanent physical impairments and now has to undergo lifelong physiotherapy. In coming to terms with this trauma …

Franziska Reinbothe

Unbetitelt

As a fine artist, Franziska Reinbothe elaborates various pictorial invention strategies for herself within painting. Her opening question is always the same: What happens if…? Along the way, she is interested in …

Freya Hattenberger

Stell Dir vor, es ist Lockdown und alle posten Yoga-Videos_Teil 1

In Freya Hattenberger’s work “Imagine it’s Lockdown and everyone is posting yoga-videos”, physical experiences and emotional states during self-isolation are translated into visual language. Hattenberger’s concern …

Gabriel Gauffre

Haval in Akre

Haval left his village in the country near Slemani in Iraqi Kurdistan when he was 12 years old. Having spent his life as a shepherd, he worked as a cleaner in a hospital. After that, he turned to faith and became an imam …

Galina Bakinova

I touch you

Galina Bakinova’s digital work I touch you is a hyper-tactile allegory of the relocation of our social communication into the digital space. What happens when the actual contacts now only take place as mental concepts …

Harine Suthan

Handzahm I

Suthan’s works are created using the “Apple Pencil” on the iPad Pro. The digital approach is of relevance where it is congruent with the content, becomes a comment on the subject depicted. The helpless chick in the human hand …

Heidi Almosara

Salt Flats1

Heidi Almosara explores public spaces and landscapes in order to make art in them. Trained in the art of ikebana, she transfers these Japanese influences to her botanic sculptures. Her sculpture Salt Flat 1 was created …

Ian Caleb Molina Zoller

Specu.nunc I

Ian Caleb Molina Zoller’s India ink work is dominated by the colour red. The landscape of an Argentinian pasture is virtually submersed in this sea of red. Simultaneously, everything seems to be charged with energy …

Jeff Che Yeh & Yingheng Huang

all i have to do is (Melting The Solid)

Jeff Che Yeh and Yingheng Huang investigate labour policy by means of perform­ance and video installation. The motif exhibited here is a screenshot of their video project bearing the title all i have to do is …

Jenni Toivonen

Are We There #1

Jenni Toivonen is a Finnish photographer and fine artist whose projects investigate identity, memory and the interconnection of humanity and nature. The image is part of an ongoing series bearing the title Are We There …

Jillian Freyer

Healing

Germain is in pain. People stack their hands on the part of her body that hurts. They connect themselves to her. Touch her. Relieve her pain. Spellbound by this energy, Jillian Freyer becomes not only …

Jody Korbach

I need a man to handle my hate

My love handles are made of hate. Can you handle my hate? Can I handle my hate without you? What goes around comes around? Are you ready to reap what you sow? Are all men equal? Are all men trash? …

Johanna Berghorn

80 and 50 years on earth

In Johanna Berghorn’s study, her mother and grandmother embrace. They celebrate intimate closeness. A closeness which attains a strong physical presence due to the incongruence of their upper bodies …

Kehan Lai

Undulation#2

In his photographic work Undulation, Kehan Lai investigates the relationship between three-dimensional space and two-dimensional depiction. To that end, he builds new structural layers out of shredded and cut-up …

Klaus Frahm

West Pico Blvd

Billboard on billboard. Klaus Frahm’s motif from his series Twentysix Billboards, which he photographed in Los Angeles in 2019, portrays not the billboard as it actually appears to us, but a rear view of it …

Kseniia Antipina

Self-isolation box

Living in a box. Though Kseniia Antipina’s work formulates boundaries, which can be really experienced as such even in these times of the Covid-19 pandemic, it locates them in an environment full of growth and hope …

Lars Dyrendom

Iceberg

Among other things, Lars Dyrendom’s work, his motifs of a Greenland iceberg positioned on a Danish beach, reflects the relationship between Denmark and Greenland. This relationship has been colonially …

Maximilian Koppernock

Fruits are the sweetest before they rot

Maximilian Koppernock’s photo from the series Fruits are the sweetest before they rot is part of a collection on the inconspicuous but beautiful. A kind of investigation of the mundane. His associative compositions …

Natalia Ershova

Journey to the edge of the room

Natalia Ershova’s photographic work Journey to the edge of the room depicts people in her native Russia who construct their social identity within their own four walls. Rarely leaving the house, working from home …

Natasha Sharma

1 by one

1 by one by Natasha Sharma is a site-specific installation that attempts to playfully visualize and investigate how navigation and movement is possible in a city like Mumbai, India, where there is less than 1 square metre of …

Nikos Staikoglou

metamorphosis

Nikos Staikoglou’s photograph metamorphosis is part of his series ena pros dio, which deals with the heavily tourism-burdened area of Chalkidhiki in northern Greece. His shots are taken outside the period when the region …

Ole-Kristian Heyer

o.T. (Möbiusband)

One universal human truth is that we structure the space that surrounds us according to certain criteria and record these structures mentally and materially. Forms of material representation correspond to our needs …

Oona Nelson & Anna Noelle Rockwell

Eat the Rich

Ort Project is the collaborative union of artists Oona Nelson and Anna Noelle Rockwell, whose lush installations, photographs and interactive gestures explore and critique aspects of consumption, abundance …

Patricia Paryz

Der Wunsch Vater des Gedankens

Patricia Paryz is a Hamburg-born artist of German-Polish origin. In her works, Patricia Paryz deals empathically with personal childhood memories, family matters and the difficulties of growing up between two nations …

Renée Hendrix

Symbiosis

Wherever humans leave behind traces, these are permanent. This is not visible at first sight in Hendrix’ intricate photographic composition. The boundaries between nature and culture are practically ephemeral here …

Sabine Hertig

Unbetitelt

The artistic medium of Sabine Hartig (*1982 in CH) is analogue collage. For 10 years now she has been obsessively collecting images from traditional print media and seeking new visual nexuses. To her, this artistic appropriation …

Samuel Solazzo

Future Remnants of What Has Been

Collective memory is characterized by the way history is documented, archived, collated and presented to us in the Now. By means of photographic staging, the addition of documentary materials …

Sascha Bachmann

Hear what you see

In his work “Hear what you see”, Sascha Bachmann makes sound frequencies visible. These are originated by oscilloscopes, Vectra games consoles or modified cathode ray tubes. With Bachmann, the picture of the sound …

Tomas Bachot

Jarablus, Syria, October 2015 © I.M. & Tomas Bachot, Map data – Google, Instant Street View

In his work Syria 2.0, Tomas Bachot analyses a visual archive which is located beyond western perceptual structures. He is occupied with 360 degree pictures posted on Google Maps by Syrian citizens …

Uschi Groos

Inspirational Frequencies 

In her series “Inspirational Frequencies”, Uschi Groos follows the traces of unusual persons and the sources of the special. In search of sense, nonsense, rational unburdening and irrational densification …

Xavier Segers

Good Luck

What would a Covid virus say to us, if it could speak to us. In Xavier Segers’ typographic digital mixed media work “Good Luck”, the best wishes disguise their actual intent. Playfully, in vivid colours, his bacteria cultures …

Project RadioLondon _ Harare

centerfold

To See Myself Alive

DIMITRI, from the series 'me myself and I‘

How to cut a cube into sevenths

A’s Fables

All and beyond

EVE LOVE SPORT

Grilled octopus, tsitsiravla, sea bass fish, fried melanzani and potatoes

your wounds are showing

links: KSV (Karaoke Stock Video) _ Believerechts: KSV (Karaoke Stock Video) _ Believe II

Searching for the Miraculous (Part 2: The Journey)

Salvage to Salvation (no. 7)

Unbetitelt

Stell Dir vor, es ist Lockdown und alle posten Yoga-Videos_Teil 1

Haval in Akre

I touch you

Handzahm I

Salt Flats1

all i have to do is (Melting The Solid)

Are We There #1

Healing

I need a man to handle my hate

80 and 50 years on earth

Undulation#2

West Pico Blvd

Self-isolation box

Fruits are the sweetest before they rot

Journey to the edge of the room

1 by one

metamorphosis

o.T. (Möbiusband)

Der Wunsch Vater des Gedankens

Symbiosis

Unbetitelt

Future Remnants of What Has Been

Hear what you see

Jarablus, Syria, October 2015 © I.M. & Tomas Bachot, Map data – Google, Instant Street View

Inspirational Frequencies

Good Luck

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