10 – 26 June 2010
Karin Brunnermeier’s practice, initially focusing on performance and literature, now incorporates video, installation and drawing.
Brunnermeier has thoughtfully developed characters in which she plays out spiritual, psychic and physical dramas of the human condition in multilayered explorations spanning everyday life, family, childhood and the search for identity. Examining societal roles and the dynamics of relationships with a critical, but humorous eye, her imagery is infused with a curious visual poetry where waking and dream states are blurred.
Karin Brunnermeier lives and works in Berlin. Previous exhibitions include Maco Se Permuta, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Oaxaca, Mexico, 2009; Betty und Paul, (with Michael Kalmbach), Kunstverein Speyer, Germany, 2008; Se Permuta, ExTeresa Arte Actual, Mexico-City, 2008; The World Needs a Narrative, Kevin Kavanagh, Dublin, 2008; LOOP, Video Art Festival, Miscelanea, Barcelona, 2007 and High Noon, (with Gabi Hamm), Albrecht Dürer Gesellschaft, Kunstverein Nürnberg, Germany, 2006.
She will take part in forthcoming exhibition The Borrowed Loop, Man&Eve Project Space, London, July 2010.
With the kind assistance of