Lab presentation 
Krõõt Juurak / Lily Wittenburg

DO NOT COME

Krõõt Juurak,

born in 1981 in Tallinn, is an artist, performer, and lately, a stand-up comedian who studied dance and choreography at ArteZ Arnhem and Fine Arts at the Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam. Their work addresses both human and non-human audiences and is self-sabotaging by nature. Recent exhibitions and performances include the Baltic Triennial 14: The Endless Frontier, Vilnius (2021), You’re So Busy at Shedhalle, Zürich (2021, 2022), Thinking Like an Octopus at Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen (2021), Art for Animals: A Perspective Change Opelvillen Stiftung, Rüsselsheim (2020, 2021), Cohabitation Silent Green, Berlin (2021). Juurak lives and works in Vienna.

Lily Wittenburg,

born 1984, works in various fields: as a poet, cook and pastry chef, artist, paintress, editor and performer. She looks at materials and the interplay of their immaterial properties. Her admission procedures of spatial, material and psychological connections go beyond what is visible. She also explores the fluctuation of dust, the stability of light, and the volume of radiation. Wittenburg’s ink drawings, reverse glass paintings, publications and light installations were shown at Kunstverein Freiburg (2022), KM Gallery Berlin (2022), Institut für Moderne Kunst Nuremberg (2020) and Bundeskunsthalle Bonn (2018). From 2002 to 2008, she studied art at HfBK in Hamburg.

Credits

With: Laura Hatting, Krõõt Juurak, Mary Maggic, Nadine Mathis, Ralo Mayer, Mzamo Nondlwana, Lily Wittenburg

DO NOT COME

“In this presentation, the artists participating in the Self-Sabotage Lab might be present live or not, they might perform, or they might not. It might be worth coming to see, or again, it might not. There is no way to know.” – Krõõt Juurak and Lily Wittenburg
Krõõt Juurak,

born in 1981 in Tallinn, is an artist, performer, and lately, a stand-up comedian who studied dance and choreography at ArteZ Arnhem and Fine Arts at the Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam. Their work addresses both human and non-human audiences and is self-sabotaging by nature. Recent exhibitions and performances include the Baltic Triennial 14: The Endless Frontier, Vilnius (2021), You’re So Busy at Shedhalle, Zürich (2021, 2022), Thinking Like an Octopus at Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen (2021), Art for Animals: A Perspective Change Opelvillen Stiftung, Rüsselsheim (2020, 2021), Cohabitation Silent Green, Berlin (2021). Juurak lives and works in Vienna.

Lily Wittenburg,

born 1984, works in various fields: as a poet, cook and pastry chef, artist, paintress, editor and performer. She looks at materials and the interplay of their immaterial properties. Her admission procedures of spatial, material and psychological connections go beyond what is visible. She also explores the fluctuation of dust, the stability of light, and the volume of radiation. Wittenburg’s ink drawings, reverse glass paintings, publications and light installations were shown at Kunstverein Freiburg (2022), KM Gallery Berlin (2022), Institut für Moderne Kunst Nuremberg (2020) and Bundeskunsthalle Bonn (2018). From 2002 to 2008, she studied art at HfBK in Hamburg.

Credits

With: Laura Hatting, Krõõt Juurak, Mary Maggic, Nadine Mathis, Ralo Mayer, Mzamo Nondlwana, Lily Wittenburg

28.05.
Sat
18.00
28.05.
Sat
18.00
TQW Studios
Free admission
 
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