Daseinsrenovierung, aus der Werkgruppe "Desaströses Ich", Jürgen Klauke
Jürgen Klauke
Daseinsrenovierung, aus der Werkgruppe "Desaströses Ich"
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Jürgen Klauke

Daseinsrenovierung, aus der Werkgruppe "Desaströses Ich", 1996


Blatt
44,0 x 56,0 cm
Physical Description
Gelatin silver print on baryta paper
Inventory Number
DZF 1a
Acquisition
DZ BANK Art Collection at the Städel Museum
Status
Not exhibited

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Jürgen Klauke's works focus on the study of the human body and sexual identity. To this end, he carries out performative presentations without an audience which then lead to photographic works. The artist practises vivisection, that is to say, an examination of a living object, on a dissecting table. That, at least, is what it looks like when he suspends himself from cables and in ritual sequences undergoes a photographic "renovation of his existence" as he hovers above white cushions. Klauke's quirky presentations describe the artist's "inner milieu" in the scenic interplay of his own person with objects. He translates the performative role-play into allegorical pictures, in which the dialogue with fetish-like props in a series of lustrous black photographs unfolds as a sort of existential pantomime.

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Title
Daseinsrenovierung, aus der Werkgruppe "Desaströses Ich" (Original Title)
Title Translation
Existence Renovation, from the work group “Disastrous Me”
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Daseinsrenovierung, aus der Werkgruppe "Desaströses Ich"
Part Number / Total
1 / 8
Serial Number / Edition
2 / 15 + 3AP
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Gelatin silver print on baryta paper
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© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019
Acquisition
DZ BANK Art Collection at the Städel Museum

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16.09.2019