Studio 170: Janne Höltermann
Open Space Residency No. 1Studio 170, our new open space project, debuts with the exhibition Quiet Fulfilment by artist Janne Höltermann, one of three chosen from an applicant pool of over 50. Janne explores issues surrounding automation, technology and capitalism in an installation that creatively integrates the neo-classical features of our newly-renovated Back Bay Brownstone.
The exhibition will be open during the following times:
Saturday, October 10, 3-6 PM
Sunday, October 11, 3-6 PM
Monday, October 12, 3-6 PM
Friday, October 16, 5-8 PM
Due to the current restrictions, the exhibition will only be open to the public for up to five visitors at a time. There is no need to reserve, but there may be a short wait time to enter. All eventbrite reservations will be have priority to enter at the reserved time.
The artist will be present.
Note: all visitors must wear a mask and follow all regulations at all times while inside the building. The Goethe-Institut Boston reserves the right to cancel or postpone a tour at any time. Participants will be contacted via the eventbrite registration in the event that a cancellation or rescheduling is necessary.
Janne Höltermann is a native of Germany and currently lives in Boston. She graduated from the Muthesius Academy Kiel, Germany and from Massachusetts College of Art and Design Boston. She has been awarded residencies at Yaddo (NY) and Flux Factory (NYC), received travel grants from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and participated in the Bronx Museum's AIM program (NYC). Most recently her videos have been supported by the film funding foundation of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein (2015) and Outpost Artists Resources (NYC, 2018).
Amongst others, her work was shown at the Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia, at Werkleitz Gesellschaft e. V. Halle, Trestle Projects Brooklyn, NURTUREart Brooklyn, Icebox Project Space Philadelphia, Bronx Museum of Art NYC, Museum of Contemporary Art Basel, and the Museum of Fine Arts Bremen.