OFFICE IMPART

Highlights of the Month

This is our February selection of works by: Benjamin Bernt, Jorinde Fischer, Lena Marie Emrich, Aaron Scheer, Bob Bicknell-Knight, Constant Dullaart, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg, Pola Sieverding, Susanne Bonowicz, Jonas Lund, Christian August and Anna Ehrenstein. Enjoy exploring!

Exhibition view with work of Benjamin Bernt (left) and Jorinde Fischer (right), OFFICE IMPART, 2021
Exhibition view with work of Benjamin Bernt (left) and Jorinde Fischer (right), OFFICE IMPART, 2021

Benjamin Bernt

Benjamin Bernt
Pl_L-4, 2021

Acrylic, pastel on canvas
60 x 50 cm 3.200,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Benjamin Bernt
Pl_L-6, 2021

Acrylic, pastel on canvas
50 x 40 cm 2.600,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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"In my artistic work I am interested in the depiction of abstract pictorial spaces in which figures are inserted, dissolve or separate themselves from them. The immediacy of the drawing is thereby very important to me.“ – Benjamin Bernt

Benjamin Bernt
Ps_P-11, 2021

Watercolour, pastel, fineliner on paper
33 x 23 cm 1.200,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Benjamin Bernt
Ps_P-10_44, 2021

Acrylic, pastel on paper
33 x 23 cm 1.200,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Jorinde Fischer

Jorinde Fischer
TURQUOISE WHORL_1, 2021

Brass, Textile
150 x 17 x 3 cm 2.400,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„Jorinde Fischer’s artistic work presents itself in synthetically intrinsic coloration; steel serves, visibly or invisibly, as suspension or weight, on floors, walls. The results oscillate wildly, we want to detect an essence in these Hangings, Ruptures, Creases, and yet we cannot; too minimal the formative intervention, too rigorous and clear its conception.“

Exhibition view with works of Conny Maier (left) and Lena Marie Emrich (right), OFFICE IMPART, 2021
Exhibition view with works of Conny Maier (left) and Lena Marie Emrich (right), OFFICE IMPART, 2021

Lena Marie Emrich

Lena Marie Emrich
A total burnout, 2019

Fine Art Print on Baryta Paper 7
80 x 120 cm (framed, grey)
Edition of 5 4.000,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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In a former car dealership, Emrich lets the tires of a borrowed car spin until they smoke up in a cloud. With „A total burnout“ the artist addresses the symbolic power of the car in past, present and future. The intervention marks the total wear of viable social visions in times of hypercapitalism. (Text by Linus Lütcke)

Performance at SPOILER Aktionsraum Moabit, 2019

Lena Marie Emrich, exhibition view „Never Fight The Current“, OFFICE IMPART, 2021
Lena Marie Emrich, exhibition view „Never Fight The Current“, OFFICE IMPART, 2021

Lena Marie Emarich
rules don’t apply to me, 2/6, 2021

MDF, Chameleon car paint
47 x 56,5 x 26 cm 3.800,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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In the series “Rules don’t apply to me” once rigid boxes are also transformed into chameleonic, open-ended forms, ready to adapt to our own projections. What might fit was but a material question of liquid life, of Reality. No longer is the question about whether our luggage fits inside the box of constraints, but rather about what it contains, where it is from, where it might be going.

More available works of Lena Marie Emrich.

Addie Wagenknecht

Addie Wagenknecht (*1981, lives and works in Innsbruck) makes algorithms her own for her art. For her works from the series Beauty and Terror (2018), she modified a vacuum cleaner robot so that it uses cosmetic items such as perfume, makeup, or vitamins to paint big questions about beauty and the representation of the female body on the canvas today.

Addie Wagenknecht
snow storms, 2021

UV resin, cosmetic pigments and dyes,
sedatives antidepressants, vodka, perfume
140 x 100 cm 10.900,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Addie Wagenknecht
My Dogsled is a hybrid, 2019

UV resin, cosmetic pigments and dyes,
sedatives antidepressants, vodka, perfume
137 x 116 cm 10.900,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Aaron Scheer

Aaron Scheer
Digital Noise_27, 2021

Pigment ink on archival paper
120 x 86 cm, framed
Unique: 1/1, 1 AP 5.200,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„The tension between analogue and digital or between materiality and immateriality is one of my major themes. It is a natural transit from classical contemporary painting with analogue materials to a new contemporary painting with digital materials.“ – Aaron Scheer

Bob Bicknell-Knight

Bob Bicknell-Knight
And So It Goes, 2021

Ink and acrylic on canvas
140 x 140 cm
Unique 3.800,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„This work is part of a new body of work thinking about time and the addictive nature of the bright, lucid light of my phone screen, usually in the early hours of the morning.“ – Bob Bicknell-Knight

Bicknell-Knight’s paintings are hybrid artworks, combining digital technologies with traditional painting techniques. His paintings begin as digital images, manipulated and created on Photoshop. Hereafter they are printed onto canvas, stretched and then partly painted onto with acrylic paint, with the offline artist’s hand interacting with the original online digital image, creating a hybrid painting. Find more information about the artist here.

Bob Bicknell-Knight
Sum, 2021

Ink and acrylic on canvas
60 x 80 cm
Unique 1.900,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Bob Bicknell-Knight
6240 Seconds, 2021

Ink and acrylic on canvas
60 x 80 cm
Unique 1.900,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Works of Bob Bicknell-Knight, Aaron Scheer, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg and Constant Dullaart (fLTR), OFFICE IMPART, 2021
Works of Bob Bicknell-Knight, Aaron Scheer, Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg and Constant Dullaart (fLTR), OFFICE IMPART, 2021

Constant Dullaart

Constant Dullaart
PVA Composition (Top Half), 2017

Forex, aluminium, SIM cards
58 x 90 cm, framed 5.400,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Constant Dullaart's „PVA Composition“ is made out of SIM cards that have been arranged in six parallel horizontal lines. They are actually fake accounts of an entire fake army that Dullaart has created in order to wage a war against the American Social Media revolution. He also elicits the question that if he so easily created an entire army of fake profiles, couldn’t others employ the same method which ultimately leads to false validation systems in follower counts. 

Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg

Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg
S9211 CYPRESS, 2021

Polystyrene, laquer
100 x 150 cm 8.600,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg
E9134 HEARTHSTONE, 2021

Polystyrene, lacquer
145 x 95 cm

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Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg
RSVP, regrets only no 21, 2021

Acrylic glass, bird's eye veneer
50 x 38 x 6 cm 3.600,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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RSVP regrets only no 21 is a three-dimensional piece by Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg where she showcases her ability to transform a two-dimensional idea into a three-dimensional object. The image has been drawn with a computer program. It is acrylic glass and birds-eye veneer. The audience is a fundamental part of the sculpture, reflected on its surface. The sculpture seems like it is exploding in all directions, creating the impression of it continuously moving. The swirls immediately catch the viewer’s eye due to the contrast the wooden intarsias create on the bright background. Dunkelberg reflects our current processes of perception and viewing habits which she thinks are characterized by overlapping and simultaneity.

Works of Pola Sieverding, Conny Maier and Lena Marie Emrich (fLTR), OFFICE IMPART, 2021
Works of Pola Sieverding, Conny Maier and Lena Marie Emrich (fLTR), OFFICE IMPART, 2021

Pola Sieverding

Pola Sieverding
NOCTURNL, 2020

Pigment print on paper, framed with museum glas
139 x 94 cm
Edition of 5 8.500,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Pola Sieverding’s films and photographic works examine the human body in a variety of ways, be they antique torsos, wrestlers or protagonists of different subcultures, which she stages with the camera. “NOCTURNL“ gives the viewer a strong focus through it’s composition. While the subject implies associations to classic depictions of Madonna, Sieverding alters this image into a contemporary form and visual language.

Jonas Lund

Jonas Lund
Default is Destiny, 2020

361 Jonas Lund Tokens Layered laser cut acrylic
52,3 x 52,3 cm 4.296,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„Default is Destiny“ is part of the Jonas Lund Token series. In his work JLT Jonas Lund Token (2018) he created shares of his artistic practice as a crypto currency that allows the shareholder to influence his artistic development. One share corresponds exactly to one „Jonas Lund Token“. In this way, Lund questions the traditional power structures that characterize the contemporary art world, as well as the process of making optimal strategic decisions. The price of the work corresponds to the current value of the Jonas Lund Token.

„No. 5 / 54000 (blue, purple, orange)“ is part of an Edition of 12. The Editions are created through the use of an artificially intelligent neural network that’s been inspired by the work of some of the most hyped artists.

Jonas Lund
No. 5 / 54000 (blue, purple, orange), 2021

Museum-quality giclée print on archival matte paper in a white wooden frame
83 x 63 cm (framed)
Edition of 12 380,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Susanne Bonowicz

Susanne Bonowicz
Yellow Mountain View, 2021

Acryl und Acrylmarker auf Leinwand
120 x 90 cm

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Anna Ehrenstein

Anna Ehrenstein, „Tools for Convivality“, 2021, C/O Berlin, Photo David von Becker
Anna Ehrenstein, „Tools for Convivality“, 2021, C/O Berlin, Photo David von Becker

Anna Ehrenstein
A Lotus is A Lotus No 23, 2018

Lenticular print mounted on Acryl
10 x 15 cm / 3,9 x 5,9 in (framed)
Edition 2/3 380,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Anna Ehrenstein
A Lotus is A Lotus No 14, 2018

Lenticular print mounted on Acryl
10 x 15 cm (framed)
Edition of 3 380,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Anna Ehrenstein
Gucci Sauvage, 2021

Hand embroidered tapestries with fabric from cairo and cussions from Hong Kong tourist markets, metal, Perspex disc
160 x 100 cm 7.140,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Anna Ehrensteins work series “A Lotus is A Lotus” deals with the embodied manifestation of cultural phenomena in the digital and analogue object. Research on western desire for consumption of difference is the basis for this series, which includes lenticularprints, textile works, sound-installations, objects and an artist book. The lenticularprints are structured into two image layers consisting of staged and documentary photographs. They refer amongst others to phenomena of generalization and exotification.

Ivan Seal

„Ivan Seal is best known for his extraordinary still lifes, which always straddle the boundary between reality and fiction: seemingly realistic depictions of found objects are in fact abstract distortions emanating from the artist's imagination.“

Ivan Seal
dyly and toly shelved

Oil on canvas
90 x 72 cm 11.300,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Ivan Seal
medusa, 2021

Oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm 9.200,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Christian August

Christian August
Step Into The Unknown, 2021

Acrylic on canvas
150 x 100 cm 4.800,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„I like to deal with questions like: What is urbanity? What does a vibrant city look like? What does an open and free city feel like? I like to juxtapose the living with the artificial and work with this contrast.“ – Christian August

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