Exhibition
15.Jul 22
— 11.Sep 22
Who Am I? I Am.

Galerie Kernweine @Staatsgalerie

From 15 July to 11 September 2022, the Galerie Kernweine is a guest at ‘The Gällery – Raum für Fotografie’. We explore a question that dynamically runs through our lives, but to which there is no consistent answer: Under the title ‘WHO AM I?  I AM.’, positions of four international photographers are shown who individually deal with the search for identity and provide insights into different ways of life and social constructs. On display are works by Carlota Guerrero (ESP), Lin Zhipeng (aka No.223) (CHN), Slava Mogutin (USA / RUS) and Thalía Gochez (MEX / SLV).

Carlota Guerrer, Motomami, 2022

Carlota Guerrero, Motomami, 2022

Who am I? The question seems so simple. But the actual attempt to give a concrete answer reveals the complex question behind it. Would I be the same if I had grown up in a different place - with different people, in different circumstances? Don't the experiences we have in our lives make us what we are? Is there a 'me' outside of society? Am I still the same person I was 10 years ago?  

Thalía Gochez, Lillian in her neighborhood, 2019
Thalía Gochez, Lillian in her neighborhood, 2019

The exhibition "WHO AM I? I AM." in the rooms of the Staatsgalerie does not presume to answer all these questions. Rather, the photographic exhibition attempts to show the diversity and changeability of identity and to place contemporary, international perspectives of photography in the context of diverse lifeworlds through relevant themes.

Slava Mogutin, Ilya (Gucci), 2001
Slava Mogutin, Ilya (Gucci), 2001

With this exhibition, the Galerie Kernweine is the first cooperation partner to be given the opportunity to use the newly created space for photography at the Staatsgalerie. As a Space for Photography, ‘The Gällery’ is not only dedicated to the extensive photographic holdings of the Staatsgalerie collection, but also works in cooperation with national and international photo collections as well as important players in the city of Stuttgart.

As the first guest, we are looking forward to reflecting with the visitors on the question WHO AM I? and to searching for traces of our identity.

Opening Party
»WHO AM I? I AM.«
Thursday, 14.07.2022
18.00 – 23.00 PM
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 30 - 32
70173 Stuttgart
Free Admission
Drinks by Horse With No Name Whiskey
Music hosted by Yanni Caloghiris (Electroménager)

18:00 – 20:30h
DJ SET
JACQUES TORRANCE - Paris, FR
@jacques.torrance

Rinse France resident, Jacques Torrance, runs the Paris based multidisciplinary label Electroménager. Having hosted label showcases across Paris, Berlin and Stuttgart and released music on labels such as R.A.N.D Muzik or Huntleys + Palmers, he will open the vernissage and share his taste for ambient experimentation and deep broken rhythms. 



20:30 – 21:30h
LIVE SET
JONAS YAMER - Munich, DE
(MOLTEN MOODS / CARL GARI)
@jonasyamer @molten_moods

Jonas Yamer runs Molten Moods, an imprint being mentioned as “one of the brightest labels in Germany” by Telekom Electronic Beats, for which he hosted club nights at Blitz Music Club and Rote Sonne in Munich or Drugstore Belgrade. Under the moniker of his band Carl Gari he is responsible for releases on AD93 (formerly Whities), The Trilogy Tapes and Berlin Atonal Recordings. His sets draw their energy from fast, breaks-infused and at times trancy techno, depending on location and occasionally also consisting of ambient, drone, house and IDM. 



21:30 – 23:00h
DJ SET
E VULX - Stuttgart, DE
@vital.izer 

Tallinn (Estonia) born local DJ, E Vulx is a co-host of the monthly radio show PeachFM on Freies Radio für Stuttgart. Part of the recently established Vitalizer crew, alongside DJ-ing, she organizes parties & music-related events in Stuttgart. With her strong breakbeat, rave and deconstructed club-music influences, she will close the vernissage.

Sponsored by

Event
09.Jul 22
at 20 o'clock

THE BLOCKCHAIN

For the vernissage on July 9th, Galerie Kernweine will be presenting Europe's first blockchain poster project in cooperation with Metapaper and HdMStuttgart. Subsequently, it will be shown on September 1st and 2nd at beyond tellerrand in Berlin.

THE BLOCKCHAIN project pursues the goal of presenting abstract topics such as blockchain, NFT and Crypto in a tangible way where it can be owned as haptic posters. 

A variety of partners were involved in the implementation of this complex project: Anastasiia Potapova and Alexander Klarmann, both students at the Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart, initiated the project and were responsible for the technological realisation while g-kx mediaHOUSE was responsible for the design of both the 100 THE BLOCKCHAIN posters, as well as the corresponding NFTs. The printing company Heenemann, situated in Berlin, was then entrusted with the printing of the 100 unique posters, each with an individual NFC chip from the NFC specialist, bizy cards.

The design of the posters follow a narrative logic, in which the motifs of the individual image always takes its cue from the previous poster. The poster series consists of 100 successive images in a bitmap grid and playfully develops the history of the origins of blockchain mechanics. In addition, each of the indigo digital prints are on Metapaper-EXTRAROUGH White 175 g/m2 and equipped with an individual NFC chip. When purchasing a poster, the buyer(s) receive an individual key, which after scanning the NFC chip, leads to the linked NFT which is sent to the specified wallet. The digital purchase process takes place in reverse. Here, the NFT is sent first and then the physical poster is sent by post.

According to blockchain logic, the value of the posters increases as they become scarcer. The first poster is sold at 25€ and the last one at 500€. In other words, the fewer posters there are available, the higher the increase in value of the following ones.

The opening of the exhibition, of 25 selected posters with subsequent sale, will take place on Saturday the 9th of July from 8 p.m. at Galerie Kernweine in Stuttgart. All further posters of THE BLOCKCHAIN project will be presented at the conference on September 1st and 2nd at beyond tellerrandin Berlin, but can also be purchased via OpenSea.io. All proceeds of the project will go to the charity partners of beyond tellerrand.



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