Julius Stahl[Translation will be available soon.] Julius Stahl
[Translation will be available soon.] Ausstellungen 2019

Julius Stahl

Julius Stahl, Resonanzobjekte

 

Resonanzobjects, Phonographies, Luminogramms

Opening on Sunday, March 3rd 2019, at 2 p.m.
Greetings by: Gudrun Thiessen-Schneider, Art Director
Introduction: In conversation with the artist
 
Exhibition March 3rd - April 28th 2019
Opening hours Mon-Sa: 3-6 p.m., Sun: 11-6 p.m.
Guided tours by appointment
 
 
The work of Julius Stahl involves fundamental acoustic phenomena, to particular vibrations and sound waves, which we perceive as tones, or simply as resonances. Here sound can be perceived by the eye, it is the form of vibrations and waveforms that move in the borderlands between seeing and hearing.
 
The exhibition shows installations in progression of resonance objects ("Cluster", with seven parts (2018) and "Flaechen", with three parts (2019) as well as three phonographies, carbon paper drawings on Bristol in 2017 and three luminograms, silver gelatine on Dibond (2018).
 
Tones that are barely recognizable to the ear appear as vibrations in filigree wire structures. The luminograms show traces of sound lighting, recorded on light-sensitive paper. Objects that appear static from a distance open up as acoustic forms with closer inspection.
Julius Stahl, born 1978 in Dortmund, lives in Berlin and Dresden. His work has been awarded prizes and scholarships at home and abroad. Other countries of his exhibition work include Germany, Austria and the Netherlands.

Sponsored by: Ministry of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony, a town and municipality of Neuenhaus.
 
Photography by: G. Thiessen-Schneider

Installation view: Flaechen, Cluster
Installation view: Flaechen, Cluster
Installation view: Cluster
Installation view: Cluster
 
Installation view: Cluster
Installation view: Cluster
Installation view: Cluster. Photo H. Claus
Installation view: Cluster. Photo H. Claus