Jenny Brockmann Informed Desire

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Edited by: Willms Neuhaus Stiftung Texts by: Jenny Brockmann, Felix Ekardt, Jenny Graser, Gert Hofmann, Martina Kumlehn, Corinna Lüthje, Heike Catherina Mertens, Birgit Möckel, Agnes Neuhaus-Theil, Ursula van Rienen, Sylvia Speller, Karsten Wolf Graphic Design: Andrea Nicolò German, English September 2020, 96 Pages, 103 Ills. Hardcover 288mm x 238mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-4816-2
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Jenny Brockmann, winner of the 2020 Willms Neuhaus Prize, divides her time between Berlin and New York. Her work is characterized by a far-reaching, interdisciplinary discourse with participatory interaction and extensive artistic freedom of design. Although her artistic questions are focused on spatio-temporal and current social experiences, her works always provide room for coincidence. Since its establishment in 2013, the Willms Neuhaus Foundation – Coincidence and Design has been dedicated to the research of coincidence and differentiated considerations of it. The foundation is dedicated to the promotion of art and science; it initiates and organizes interdisciplinary discourses, in particular to gain the interest of the arts, natural sciences, and humanities in this topic and to promote further projects and colloquia in an environment devoted to this theme.

JENNY BROCKMANN (*1976, Berlin) is an artist (UdK Berlin, master’s degree student under Rebecca Horn) and architect (TU Berlin). Her sculptures, participatory installations, and discursive projects are presented around the world.
BOZAR, Brussels
December 10, 2019–January 19, 2020
Dahlem Art Museum, Berlin
January 24, 2020–February 14, 2020