AMA-Zonas - Ulrike Rosenbach

8 Nov 2020 — 27 Feb 2021

Ulrike Rosenbach
The title of the exhibition refers to the artist's installation "AMA-Zonas - Seelenzone" from 1987. To disturbingly beautiful landscape pictures the sound of a falling tree can be heard. This work which is still very relevant today shows Ulrike Rosenbach as a political artist, but also refers to the main subject in her work, the lost unity of the human being with nature. We are showing older installations ("Isabel im Wald", "AMA-Zonas -Seelenzone" and others) videos, photographic works, new drawings and collages as examples of this examination.
Ulrike Rosenbach (*1943) studied sculpture at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Karl Bobeck, Norbert Kricke and Joseph Beuys. Already her first live performance in 1970, entitled "Naturkreisaktion" (Nature Circle Action), dealt with the relationship between man and nature, the separation of the cultural from the natural part of man.