10/11/2017 — 01/12/2017
Goethe Institute

Annette Kisling: Moved

Exhibition in collaboration with CBK Rotterdam
Goethe-Institut Rotterdam, Westersingel 9
Opening times: Tue to 13 - 19 hours and by appointment
Opening: Thursday, November 9, 19: 00 hour
Free access

In 2002 and 2003, Annette Kisling spent a year in Rotterdam as an artist-in-residence. She came across a rich and lively city. During her working period, several photo series were created that portray different areas within Rotterdam.

Years later, in 2017, Annette Kisling returns to Rotterdam. The city has changed a lot in the meantime. The diversity has remained but exclusivity has been added. Rotterdam cherishes its heterogeneous structure, but at the same time competition, densification and upgrading determine the cityscape. Annette Kisling finds in 2017 a city that is largely characterized by economization. In April, May and August 2017, an extensive series of works will be created, with an open beginning and end, which reflects the complex layering of the city from the photographer's perspective.

On 10 November, the exhibition is open from 10 am to 17 pm as part of the City Makers Congress.

Annette Kisling is a photographer and lives in Berlin and Leipzig. After her education at the Art Academy in Kassel, Offenbach and Hamburg, she spent a long time in Zurich, Rotterdam, Paris, Marfa (Texas), Venedig and Bangalore (India). In photo series she describes her experiences with the architecture that surrounds her. Her focus is, among other things, on the modernist architecture of the 20 century. Since 2009, Annette Kisling has been a professor of photography at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig.