Unterwerfungen

8.12.2022 – 28.1.2023

Der Kunstraum der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg freut sich, die Eröffnung der Einzelausstellung Unterwerfungen von Philipp Gufler bekannt zu geben. Gekennzeichnet von der anhaltenden Zusammenarbeit mit dem selbstorganisierten Forum Queeres Archiv München, bringt Unterwerfungen alte und neue Arbeiten Guflers zusammen. Die Ausstellung dokumentiert Guflers verschiedenartige Inszenierung von Archivmaterial und seiner Aktivierung widerständiger Vergangenheiten entgegen einer heteronormativen Geschichtsschreibung. 

On the Trail of Exploitation

January 16th – February 13th 2022

The 2010 exhibition "Principio Potosí" archive, curated by Alice Creischer, Max Jorge Hinderer and Andreas Siekmann, is on display at the Kunstraum of Leuphana University. Besides the 36 booklets that can be worked with in the exhibition, students of Leuphana University have responded to selected booklets of the archive with their own images, texts, interviews, and films.

The Dividual

July 5th to July 16th, 2021

The exhibition „The Dividual“, curated by Joshua Simon at the Kunstraum of Leuphana University Lüneburg, explores an emergent subjectivity, divided from itself, and always-already part of something. With texts and works by Jacob Lawrence, Chris Marker and Alain Resnais, Emmanuela Soria Ruiz, Drexciya, Roee Rosen, Octavia Butler, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, Sergei Eisenstein, Sylvère Lotringer, Ruth Patir, Andrei Platonov, Paul Klee, El Lissitzky, Georges Bataille, Emanuel Almborg, Shana Lutker, and Platon Kerzhenetsev.

Tribunalism

October 7th - November 21st, 2021

The eponymous exhibition combines filmed art works, tribunal documentaries, and artistic works that address and critique the institution of the tribunal – as well as a spatial intervention designed by Mirjam Thomann – created for this exhibition, and framing it in an installation-like language as a site of negotiation.

About the Kunstraum

The Kunstraum of Leuphana University Lüneburg is a project space for exhibitions, lectures, workshops, conferences, film screenings and performances. It offers students the opportunity to work with artists and curators, developing exhibitions, encountering artistic perspectives and practices and …