Choir Piece, 2019
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition for Separated Musicians by Natalie Dietterich
Choreography by Florian Fischer
Performed by Ghent Singers
Installation view Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Paintings by Charline von Heyl, Snake Eyes
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Choir Piece, 2019
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition for Separated Musicians by Natalie Dietterich
Choreography by Florian Fischer
Performed by Ghent Singers
Installation view Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Paintings by Charline von Heyl, Snake Eyes
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Choir Piece, 2019
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition for Separated Musicians by Natalie Dietterich
Choreography by Florian Fischer
Performed by Ghent Singers
Installation view Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Paintings by Charline von Heyl, Snake Eyes
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Choir Piece, 2019
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition for Separated Musicians by Natalie Dietterich
Choreography by Florian Fischer
Performed by Ghent Singers
Installation view Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Paintings by Charline von Heyl, Snake Eyes
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Choir Piece, 2019
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition for Separated Musicians by Natalie Dietterich
Choreography by Florian Fischer
Performed by Ghent Singers
Installation view Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Paintings by Charline von Heyl, Snake Eyes
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Choir Piece, 2019
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition for Separated Musicians by Natalie Dietterich
Choreography by Florian Fischer
Performed by Ghent Singers
Installation view Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens
Paintings by Charline von Heyl, Snake Eyes
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Keep Calm and Breathe Deeply, 2018
Bronze, plastic tub, freezer bags, tape
various dimensions
Installation view at Gallery Duflon/Racz

Keep Calm and Breathe Deeply, 2018
Bronze (cast from artist’s palate)
4,1 x 6,6 x 5,0 cm I 1,61 x 2,59 x 1,9 inches

(R)ear (S)tones, 2018
Performance and bronze
Installation view at 76.4

(R)ear (S)tones, 2018
Bronze (cast from artist’s palate)
46 x 11 x 10 cm I 18,11 x 4,33 x 3,93 inches

(R)ear (S)tones, 2018
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition by Natalie Dietterich
Performed by Amandine Nkeshimana, Sonia Jacquelin, Guillaume Huybrechts and Boris Kondov
Installation view at 76.4

(R)ear (S)tones, 2018
Performance
Concept and text by Felix Kindermann
Composition by Natalie Dietterich
Performed by Amandine Nkeshimana, Sonia Jacquelin, Guillaume Huybrechts and Boris Kondov

Distance Between My Left Hand and My Right Hand, 2012
Plaster (cast from artist’s hands)
30 x 30 x 15 cm I 11,81 x 11,81 x 5,91 inches

The Center of the Universe, 2012
C-print
46 x 67,4 cm I 18,11 x 26,54 inches

How Do You Think It Feels, 2018
Performance with Swara vocal ensemble performing Consent by Ted Hearne

Fear, 2016
Part of the series Fear, Hope, Hate, Love
Four screenprints on paper
Each 70 x 100 cm I 27,56 x 39,37 inches

Hate, 2016
Part of the series Fear, Hope, Hate, Love
Four screenprints on paper
Each 70 x 100 cm I 27,56 x 39,37 inches

Separated (Janácek, String Quartet No.1), 2013-15
Four-channel video installation
each 19:27 min., colour/sound, looped
Installation view at Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden

Separated (Janácek, String Quartet No.1), 2013-15
(detail: Aubin)

Interview Piece, 2016 (in collaboration with Merzedes Sturm-Lie)
Sound installation on two speakers
2:04:47 hours
Three individual interviews are joined together: Felix Kindermann talking with physicist
Dr. Alejandro Lèvar about „the fear of the unknown“. The philiosophers Federico Primosig
and Erik Bryngelsson were interviewed by Merzedes Sturm-Lie.
Installation view at Gallery Nadine Feront

Rat or Not (Flag Version), 2014
Screenprint on cloth
150 x 210 cm I 59,06 x 82,68 inches

Unstable Room, 2017
Fiberglass, pigment, copper wire
300 x 300 x 30 cm I 118,1, x 118,11 x 11,81 inches

Six Corner Circle (Blue, Red, Green, Yellow, Black, Pink), 2016
Silicone, pigment
diameter 300 cm I 118,11 inches

Heute jemand werden, 2014
Oil crayon on paper
29 x 39 cm I 11,42 x 15,36 inches

There Is No Such Thing, 2017
Fiberglass, epoxy resin, pigment
324 x 38 x 9 cm I 127,6 x 14,97 x 3,54 inches
Photograph Lola Pertsowsky

Objects In Mirror Are Moving II, 2016
Rescue foil, steel tubes, polyester resin, coloured light filters
Site-specific installation at Club Solo
Musical performance by Julian Edwardes, Tom Jackson and Maurice Charles JJ
Installation view at Club Solo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U43t1o2d7Gc

Objects In Mirror Are Moving II, 2016
Rescue foil, steel tubes, polyester resin, coloured light filters
Site-specific installation at Club Solo
Musical performance by Julian Edwardes, Tom Jackson and Maurice Charles JJ
Installation view at Club Solo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U43t1o2d7Gc

Separated (Dirty Beaches, Improvisation), 2014
Two-channel video installation
each 14:33 min., colour/sound, looped
(detail: Alex)

Für Euch, 2014
Scratched bananas with polyester resin coating, iron wire
various dimensions
Installation view at Gallery Nadine Feront

Für Euch, 2014
Scratched bananas with polyester resin coating, iron wire
various dimensions

Arms into Eyes (Girl/Boy), 2015
Collage and tape on paper
30 x 42 cm I 11,81 x 16,53 inches

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