Zwölf Arten, das Wachsen zu beschreiben | Twelve Ways to describe growing

Solo Exhibition at Spielhalle KUNST, Mühlenstraße 27/28 in Greifswald from 15.3.24 -21.4.24 (Detail: Quartett 2, 2019 | 110 x 150 cm | Gouache, oil tracing, water colour, pencil on paper)

As part of the Caspar David Friedrich Anniversary, the Spielhalle KUNST in Greifswald is showing a larger selection of my drawings.

Vernissage on 15.3.2024 from 6 pm onwards.

The art historian and curator Frizzi Krella will open the exhibition.

Artist talk and Finissage on 21.4.2024 from 2 p.m.


Purchase of the collection Kupferstichkabinett Berlin

Quartett No.5, 01 2020, 110 x 150 cm, gouache, water colour, pencil on paper

A joyful moment!
My drawing Quartett No.5 is now part of the collection Kupferstichkabinett Berlin. Many thanks for your trust!

Thank you to Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa

A special thank you goes to Jenny Graser for her fine gaze and for her perseverance in this process.

Kunst im Bau – 90 Jahre Haus des Rundfunks vom 10.9.-12.2021

The film HEARING ARCHITECTURE is on view in the Conference Room of the Haus des Rundfunks, Masurenallee 8-14, 14057 Berlin

On the occasion of the festival Kunst im Bau – 90 Jahre Haus des Rundfunks from 10. 9. – 31.12.2021 the film HEARING ARCHITECTURE (12 Min.) will be screened for the first time.

On display are a series of loosely connected, associative drawings in an imaginary artist sketchbook that incorporate individual architectural elements of the Haus des Rundfunks. By animating the images, the viewer becomes a witness of the process of making. Thus, the drawings follow the rhythm of the brickwork, the pattern of a light reflection or the curved shape of the staircase.

A recording of the Sonata for Violin solo, op. 31 No. 2 by Paul Hindemith. The piece, like the building a work of early 20th century modernism, reflects a musical spontaneity. The interpreter is Juliane Manyak.

With this open form and their cooperation, Faroqhi and Manyak want to evoke the euphoria of the first spontaneous, yet unplanned radio reports in the early years of broadcasting: a direct expression that searches for atmospheric images.

About the event

Lines Fiction Online. Drawing & Animation

New in the program

The film Four Steps can be seen in full length on the online platform Lines Fiction Online. Drawing & Animation from the beginning of December 2020 onwards; it is presented along with many other original films by artists who combine drawing and animation.

Sky & Heaven. Der Himmel über Berlin

Guardini Galerie, Askanischer Platz 4, 10963 Berlin. Currently closed.

Among the selected works, my film Vier Stufen is shown, and celebrated its premiere at the Guardini Gallery on 11. September 2020.
The violinist Juliane Manyak recorded the Passacaglia by H. I. F. Biber for the film.

With works by Dieter Appelt, Martin Assig, Anja Billing, Goran Djurovic, Lara Faroqhi, Dieter Goltzsche, Friedemann Grieshaber, Harriet Groß, Thomas Hartmann, Manfred Henkel, Matthias Hoch, Klaus Killisch, Barbara Klemm, Bernd Koberling, Jürgen Köhler, Ingar Krauss, Mark Lammert, Corinne Laroche, Maix Mayer, Jorges Molder, Loredana Nemes, Chris Newman, Uschi Niehaus, Antonio Panetta, Christian Pilz, Julian Röder, Artist Collective SCHAUM, Wolfram Adalbert Scheffler, Hans-Christian Schink, Annette & Erasmus Schröter, Malte Spohr, Micha Ullman, Ulrich Wüst and Filip Zorzor.

Sky & Heaven. Der Himmel über Berlin


A cooperative project of the Guardini Stiftung e.V. and the Willms Neuhaus Stiftung - Zufall und Gestaltung

Alignment 2 Installation view in the Guardini Gallery

Fragment shows works by Susanne Ahner and Frika Duwe, Colin Ardley, Thorsten Brinkmann, Birgit Cauer, Claudio D’Ambrosio, Birgit Dieker, Lara Faroqhi, Harriet Groß, Mark Lammert, Mathias Lanfer, ClaireLaude, Herta Müller, Bettina Munk, Antonio Panetta, Alke Reeh, Nadja Schöllhammer, Jo Schöpfer, Susanne Specht, Caro Suerkemper, Cony Theis, Dagmar Uhde, Dagmar Weissinger and Sofi Zezmer.

Fragment – Exhibition, symposium, talks, performance 13. May to 9. August 2019, open from Monday to Friday 10:00-18:00

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