Wednesday, 30. May 2012, 19.00, Aula
Nora Schultz’s work examines the genesis of pictorial representation and production as an artistic dynamic. She is less interested in the finished work than in how images and objects come into being and in the physical traces that process leaves behind. The actualities of production accordingly play a central role in her prints, printing machines, installations, and performances; process always remains legible. Nora Schultz talks about her practice and her upcoming exhibition at Portikus.
Nora Schultz (1975) was born in Frankfurt and lives in Berlin. From 1998 to 2005, she was studying at the Städelschule with Christa Näher and then in the class of Mark Leckey. 2011 she was awarded the scholarship Villa Romana in Florence. Some exhibitions: Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language, MoMA; Flaca/Tom Humphreys, Portikus (2011); Non-Solo Show, Non-group Show, Kunsthalle Zürich; Nora Schultz, Reena Spaulings (2008); The Metal Magazine, Galerie Meerrettich (2006).