DOCUMENTATION – INTEGRAL – JORINDE VOIGT @ DAVID NOLAN NEW YORK

DAVID NOLAN NEW YORK

527 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001

May 4 – June 23, 2018

Jorinde Voigt David Nolan New York 2018
Jorinde Voigt David Nolan New York 2018

David Nolan Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Jorinde Voigt that will be on view from May 4 through June 22. In this exhibition, the artist’s fourth solo presentation with the gallery, Voigt will debut a brand new series of works, collectively titled Immersion. Exploring new techniques and materials, these drawings touch on notions of perception as well as the artist’s deeply personal philosophy of the self. Alongside these, the exhibition will feature a suite of highly polished cast bronze sculptures, which introduce a markedly material dimension to Voigt’s unique conceptualisation of forms and ideas.

The eight sculptures that are presented follow the artist’s longstanding interest in the visual language of mathematics and geometry. In creating these polyhedron forms – which are articulated with two distinct points – Voigt established a generative sequence in which an additional reflective surface was added to each successive object. The final work in the series breaks the cycle to become an entirely rounded shape, suggesting an infinite loop.

The sculptures function as a conceptual starting point for the works on paper displayed in the lower galleries; the imaginary environments portrayed in these drawings are the artist’s representation of the notional space inside the bronze objects. As such, the sculptures become portals via which we may experience the fictive realm of the drawings. Each Immersion drawing is annotated with a vertical line, running as an axis down the length of the sheet. Serving as compass points, these lines orient and connect the illusory sphere of the drawings to the physical points of the sculptures.

A recurrent motif in the Immersion series is the image of a torus, rendered three-dimensionally. For the artist, this form is the ideal metaphor for perception and self-understanding: inside and outside are equivalent, existing in continual dialogue. In keeping with Voigt’s introspective stance, the torus acknowledges at once our perception of ourselves and, in parallel, the ways in which we are perceived. The performative actions and complex techniques involved in making these works also mirror the artist’s multi-levelled thinking: successive layers of ink, pastel, colored pencil, and gold leaf are intricately inlaid and conspire to invoke Voigt’s invented worlds.

Voigt’s work has been the subject of a number of recent solo museum exhibitions that include Kunsthalle Nürnberg (2017); Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin (2017); Kunstraum Innsbruck (2016); and Kunsthalle Krems (2016). Work by the artist is represented in prominent public collections internationally, including Centre Pompidou, Paris; Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin; Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg; Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München, Munich; Kunsthaus Zürich; The British Museum, London; The Art Institute of Chicago; The Morgan Library & Museum, New York; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; and UBS Art Collection, New York. In 2012, she received the prestigious Daniel & Florence Guerlain Contemporary Drawing Prize, and since 2014, has held the position of Professor for Conceptual Drawing and Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich. Voigt was born in Frankfurt am Main and lives and works in Berlin.

DOCUMENTATION Wahlverwandschaften (Afinidades electivas) Jorinde Voigt & Christian Jankowski, Pelaires Centre Cultural Contemporani, Palma de Mallorca

16 June - 14 Sept 2018 Wahlverwandschaften (Afinidades electivas) Jorinde Voigt & Christian Jankowski, PELAIRES CENTRE CULTURAL CONTEMPORANI, Palma de Mallorca
PELAIRES CENTRE CULTURAL CONTEMPORANI

C. Can Verí, 3, 07001 Palma de Mallorca

16 June – 14 Sept 2018

Galeria Pelaires takes great pleasure in presenting Wahlverwandschaften (Elective Affinities). This is the first joint exhibition by Jorinde Voigt and Christian Jankowski. Over 40 works of art have been selected, including samples of Voigt and Jankowski’s most significant work from the last decade.

This event, which is being held in Palma, is the realisation of an idea which they had been considering for quite some time.  The joint venture has not come about merely by chance, or as an exercise of conceptual, or formal, rapprochement between two individuals, but rather as an expression of emotional fusion, far from exempt from tension, and also a reflection of their personal relationship and their collective approach to art, creativity, and thought processes.

The title, “ Wahlverwandtschaften” which translates as “Elective Affinities” (Afinidades Electivas in Spanish), refers to the book of the same name by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.  For Germans, this word suggests the idea of belonging to a family, home, or group. Mallorca is appropriately chosen as a venue due to the fact that it is considered by many Germans as their “home” away from home.

Over the course of 10 years, as their relationship developed and they exchanged their artistic know-how, they eventually decided to establish an open and honest dialogue, understanding each other as an intellectual, creative, and even physical, extension of the other. They have been mutually supportive of one another’s art in the past.

Separately, their work would function in their own manner, given an individual context. However, here at Pelaires it has been brought together and “blended” – at times even in contact with the other, becoming a single piece to the viewer. Their similarities, common concepts, and themes are clearly appreciated, as well as the birth of a “new” connection, as a result of this fusion.

Perhaps this connection is mostly appreciated in some of Voigt’s drawings where the vigorous, dynamic movements correlate to Jankowski’s “fighters”. Furthermore, there are obvious allusions to Voigt’s work in Jankowski’s “Night Lamps”, which focuses on music, literature and philosophy – all of which are common denominators to both artists.

DOCUMENTATION Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan „Integral“ May 4 – June 23, 2018

David Nolan Gallery New York

527 West 29th Street
New York, NY 10001

Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan Gallery 2018
Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan Gallery 2018
Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan Gallery 2018
Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan Gallery 2018
Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan Gallery 2018
Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan Gallery 2018

 

 

Photo by Stan Narten

DOCUMENTATION Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, Germany

Jorinde Voigt @ „Scores“ 28 Oct 2016 – 13 Nov 2016

Jorinde Voigt_ Hamburger Bahnhof 2016__foto frank paul
Jorinde Voigt „Scores“ Hamburger Bahnhof 2016 (foto frank paul)

Documentation Kunstraum Innsbruck 17.9. – 12.11.2016 JORINDE VOIGT: SONG OF THE EARTH – CHAPTER 1: RADICAL RELAXATION (STRESS + FREEDOM), CHAPTER 2: THE SHIFT

http://www.kunstraum-innsbruck.at/en/exhibitions/sixteen/jorinde_voigt

Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. - 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. – 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. - 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. – 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. - 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. – 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. - 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. – 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. - 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. – 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. - 12.11.2016
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria 17.9. – 12.11.2016

DOCUMENTATION Jorinde Voigt – Considerations in the Now @ David Nolan New York

Jorinde Voigt – Considerations in the Now

David Nolan New York

Tuesday, May 4 – Saturday, June 11, 2016. Opening reception: Thursday, May 12, 6-8pm

Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan New York 2016
Jorinde Voigt @ David Nolan New York 2016

 

 

May 5 – 8, 2016 Frieze New York

Jorinde Voigt @ König Galerie

http://frieze.com/fairs/frieze-new-york

exhibited works from the series „Observations in the Now/ Beobachtungen im Jetzt“, Jorinde Voigt 2015

WV 2015-031 Beobachtungen im Jetzt (26) Avatar IV Now Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2015 76 x 56 cm Pastell, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Papier Unikat Signiert
WV 2015-031 Beobachtungen im Jetzt (26) Avatar IV Now Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2015 76 x 56 cm Pastell, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Papier Unikat Signiert

May 5 – 8, 2016 Frieze New York

Jorinde Voigt @ Lisson Gallery

http://frieze.com/fairs/frieze-new-york

exhibited work „Infinite Wave“, Jorinde Voigt 2015, related work: Series Synchronicity

WV 2015-127 Infinite Wave Ausrichtung Erdmittelpunkt Ausrichtung Oben Rotationsrichtung Rotationsgeschwindigkeit 1-3 Umdrehungen/ Tag Heute → ∞ Erdoberfläche Now (1) Now (2) Possible Now (1) Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2015 182,5 x 252 cm Tinte, Federn, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Karton Unikat Signiert
„Infinite Wave“ Ausrichtung Erdmittelpunkt Ausrichtung Oben Rotationsrichtung Rotationsgeschwindigkeit 1-3 Umdrehungen/ Tag Heute → ∞ Erdoberfläche Now (1) Now (2) Possible Now (1) Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2015 182,5 x 252 cm Tinte, Federn, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Karton Unikat Signiert

DOCUMENTATION – JORINDE VOIGT – Cartographies of the Untold @ Artis-Naples THE BAKER MUSEUM

14 Nov 2015 — 10 Jan 2016

ARTIST TALK December 5, 2015 – 12 pm

JORINDE VOIGT – Cartographies of the Untold

Artis-Naples THE BAKER MUSEUM
5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard
Naples, Florida 34108-2740, USA

Jorinde-Voigt - The Baker Museum 2015
Jorinde-Voigt – The Baker Museum 2015
Jorinde-Voigt - The Baker Museum 2015
Jorinde-Voigt – The Baker Museum 2015

Jorinde Voigt’s oeuvre challenges the semantic limitations of language by graphically interpreting the ideas conveyed in literary, musical, scientific and philosophical works. The artist develops this semiotic translation in a variety of formats — drawings, texts, paintings and installations — as well as through the use of several techniques, including pencil, oil stick, ink, watercolor and collage. Inherent to this modus operandi is the elaboration of a graphic code that reflects Voigt’s sensitive approach to the multidisciplinary sources she appropriates in her artistic practice continue to read: http://artisnaples.org/baker-museum/exhibitions/2015-16/jorinde-voigt

Exhibited works: Pietro Cavallini Jean-Antoine Houdon Anselm Kiefer Paul Klee Charles Paul Landon Utagawa Hiroshige Flügel-Studie / Wing-Study , Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2015, Works on Niklas Luhmann/ Love as Passion: Codification of Intimacy (Liebe als Passion: Zur Codierung von Intimität) I Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2013/ 2014, Interhorizontal Nexus I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII (Kiev 1-7), 2010, Luhmann-Studie, Jorinde Voigt, Berlin 2014

WV 2014-007 Luhmann-Studie Rotationsrichtung Rotationsgeschwindigkeit 1-3 Umdrehungen/ Tag Himmelsrichtung N-S Egomotion Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2014 76x 56 cm Tinte, Bleistift, Ölkreide, Tusche, Blattgold auf Papier Unikat Signiert
WV 2014-007 Luhmann-Studie Rotationsrichtung Rotationsgeschwindigkeit 1-3 Umdrehungen/ Tag Himmelsrichtung N-S Egomotion Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2014 76x 56 cm Tinte, Bleistift, Ölkreide, Tusche, Blattgold auf Papier Unikat Signiert

DOCUMENTATION KUNSTHALLE KREMS, AUSTRIA I JORINDE VOIGT

Jorinde Voigt @ Kunsthalle Krems

 NOW

14/11/2015 – 21/02/2016

Franz-Zeller-Platz 3, 3500 Krems an der Donau, Österreich

http://www.kunsthalle.at/de/kunsthalle-krems/ausstellungen/jorinde-voigt

Jorinde Voigt @ Kunsthalle Krems, Austria 2015/16
Jorinde Voigt @ Kunsthalle Krems, Austria 2015/16

BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten Muenchen (Nymphenburg), Muenchen, Germany; Jorinde Voigt 2015

Installation View @ Lisson Gallery London 2016

BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten München (Nymphenburg), München, Germany; Jorinde Voigt 2015
BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten München (Nymphenburg), München, Germany; Jorinde Voigt 2015

BOTANIC CODE Botanischer Garten Muenchen (Nymphenburg), Muenchen, Germany, November 2015
Jorinde Voigt
Berlin 2015
32 Stangen
1 Fagus sylvatica L., Gewöhnliche Rotbuche, Europa / Ø Stange: 24 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-256
2 Magnolia x soulangiana Soul.-Bodin, Garten-Magnolie ‘Triumphans’, (M.heptapeta x quinquepeta) /
Ø Stange: 26 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-257
3 Primel / Ø Stange: 20 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-258
4 Rosa pimpinellifolia-Hybride, Dünen-Rosen-Hybride ‘Stanwell Perpetual’ /
Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-259
5 Viola x wittrockiana, Garten-Stiefmütterchen, Patia ‘Orange’ / Ø Stange: 20 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-260
6 Viola cornuta, Horn-Veilchen, Ice Babies ‘Sky Blue’ / Ø Stange: 18 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-261
7 Viola x wittrockiana Gams, Garten-Stiefmütterchen, Grandessa ‘Silberblau’ /
Ø Stange: 24 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-262
8 Cortaderia selloana, Ascherson et Graebner, Uruguay, S-Brasilien, Argentinien, Chile /
Ø Stange: 24 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-263
9 rote Nelke / Ø Stange: 18 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-264
10 Storchschnabel / Ø Stange: 18 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-265
11 Calendula / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-266
12 Beet-Rose (Floribunda) ‘Leonardo da Vinci’, Meilland 1993 / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-267
13 Rosa-Hybride, Teehybrid-Rose ‘Super Star’ / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-268
14 Rosa, Floribunda-Rose ‘Sarabande’, ‘Cocorico’ x ‘Moulin Rouge’ /
Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-269
15 Rose (Name unbekannt) / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-270
16 Strauch-Rose ‘Grand Hotel’, McGredy 1972 / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-271
17 (Name unbekannt) / Ø Stange: 18 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-272
18 Moschus-Rose ‘Mozart’, Lambert 1937 / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-273
19 Rose (Name unbekannt) / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-274
20 Rose (Name unbekannt) / Ø Stange: 22 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-275
21 Cydonia oblonga Miller, Speise-Quitte, SW-Asien / Ø Stange: 26 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-276
22 Betula verrucosa ‘Youngii’ / Ø Stange: 24 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-277
23 (Name unbekannt) / Ø Stange: 20 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-278
24 Styphnolobium japonicum Schott, Japanischer Schnurbaum, O-Asien /
Ø Stange: 26 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-279
25 Mangold / Ø Stange: 26 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-280
26 Brassica oleracea, conv. azepahala var. sabellica ‘Red Bor F1’, Grünkohl /
Ø Stange: 24 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-281
27 Morus alba L., Weißer Maulbeerbaum ‘Fructu Nigro’ / Ø Stange: 27 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-282
28 Crocus pulchellus Herbert, Zierlicher Herbst-Krokus, NW-Türkei, Balkanhalbinsel /
Ø Stange: 20 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-283
29 Hagebutte / Ø Stange: 20 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-284
30 Cleistocactus strausii Backeb., Bolivien / Ø Stange: 26 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-285
31 x Vandachostylis, Blue Magic / Ø Stange: 24 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-286
32 Nerine, undulata Crispa / Ø Stange: 18 mm x Länge der Stange: ca. 300 cm WV 2015-287
32 Aluminium Stangen
Länge 300 cm, Durchmesser: diverse (26 mm, 22 mm, 18 mm)
Aluminium, Industrielack, Tinte
Unikate
Signiert

DOCUMENTATION: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA, USA I Drawing Redefined: Roni Horn, Esther Kläs, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Richard Tuttle, and Jorinde Voigt

3  October 2015 – 20 March 2016

 deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, 51 Sandy Pond Road, Lincoln, MA 01773, USA
Drawing Redefined presents the distinctive work of Roni Horn, Esther Kläs, Joëlle Tuerlinckx, Richard Tuttle, and Jorinde Voigt, artists who have maintained a discipline of drawing as a constituent element of their artistic practice. For these artists, drawing is a forum for experimentation, a study, and an expansion of the vocabulary of images that recur in their art. In these artists‘ hands and through their bodies, the traditional practice of drawing is transformed into an exploration of time and space manifest in forms beyond conventional linear representation in photographic, painterly, and sculptural work.
exhibited works:

– See more at: http://jorindevoigt.com/blog/?cat=20#sthash.PmkQJEG5.dpuf

Drawing Redefined De Cordova Museum, Lincoln,USA
Drawing Redefined De Cordova Museum, Lincoln,USA