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Berlin: Markul

September 18, 2014 - September 21, 2014

abc art berlin contemporary 
18—21 September 2014 Station-Berlin

The installation “Untilted” consists of steel panels attached to the wall and organic objects. Their mysterious content reminds of fossils or remnants of the ancient world. Working with so called poor materials such as felt or wax, Angelika Markul transforms what was once industrial into something animal, mineral or vegetal.

In contrast to the composition of aligned panels, the artist presents entangled organic shapes situated in a glass-case and objects made up from leather, lines and stirrups covered by wax hanging on the wall.
Variety of relations between the linear panels and the organic objects invites visitors to discover the exhibition space in a new, exciting and unique manner. Via the installation Angelika Markul formulates her own archaeology within the notions of time, memory, and transformation of things. Due to the orchestration of the exhibition space, visitors can percei¬ve directly and gradually the obscure and enigmatic world of the artist.

Angelika Markul
b.1977, lives and works in Paris

In 2004, she completed her master’s degree at the Arts Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris (ENSBA )in multimedia, directed by Christian Boltański. In Angelika’s art, one can find very distinctive repertoire of forms – she combines video images with installations, which are often constructed out of materials such as black foil, glass, or wood.
The most important solo ventures that she has undertaken in Poland include “Clarté Souterraine”, Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw (2007), and “New Moon”, CCA Znaki Czasu, Toruń (2009), “Labyrinth” Gallery in Lublin and “The Hunt” at the Arsenal Gallery in Białystok (2012), “The Unleashed Forces. Angelika Markul and Contemporary Demonism” ,Muzeum Sztuki Lodz, Lodz (2013).
In 2013 she presented “Monumental Installation” in Domaine départamentale de Chamarande and in 2014 “Terre de depart” in Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Her works have been seen in both group and solo shows at numerous exhibitions in France (Paris, Chamerande), in a great many important arts institutions in other countries, including Germany (Berlin, Dortmund), Italy (Turin, Venice) and Switzerland (Lucerne, Lugano) as well as in London, Madrid, Trondheim, Montreal and Yokohama. She is the winner of the SAM Art Projects Prize 2012.



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Berlin, 10963 Germany
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