Tamara Jacquin

Once upon a time... I

Once upon a time … proposes an uncertain vision of the future. Between fragments, the image reconstructs memories sewn together, alluding to the sublime experience of facing the wind, the sun, the earth, the leaves, the forest … common experiences that someday will be nothing more than stories.

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Dimensions : 266 cm x 120 cm x 60 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 10 kg
Year : 2019
Material : Wood, Metal, Textile, Installation
Technique : Print
Style : poetic, contemporary

Tamara Jacquin

My artistic research focuses on the body, landscape and cultural traditions. In part of my projects I speak from the body. Of what happens inside and also of what happens outside. I understand the body as perception, memory, movement and presence. It is the space where things happen and a place of resistance. Inspired by my biography I create performative images that explore notions of identity, belonging and normative social influences. These images seek to intimately engage with the audience. Another part of my projects studies how the body builds the landscape from memory. I use the remembered landscape to (re)connect with Nature. The memory does not only come from my memory but from past generations that inhabit me. In the same way I think that the viewer completes the work with his or her own memories. By creating places where the public is confronted with the landscape I seek to evoke the memory of sublime experiences such as feeling the wind, the trees, the leaves, the meadow, the mountains, the water or the stone. In my latest projects I examine cultural traces of the past infiltrated into our contemporary society and how these have been resignified over time and history. Generally in my production I adopt different languages to build a subtle and poetic approach that is reflected in materiality. I explore the language of sculpture and installation through photography, textiles, video, performance and poetry. I subvert disciplines by decontextualizing traditional supports in order to apply them to the construction of objects and structures, re-evaluating the bidemensionality of some media. In my work I am not interested in showing a hyper-reality that can be understood from the rational, instead I am interested in inciting dreams that evoke realities.

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Sehnsucht, Integumentum, Denker, Vermächtnis
Marmorskulpturen
Manfred Reinhart, Stone, Marble
A Moment in a Glance 1917-2017
A young man, bald shaven, holding a skull in his hands. We don't know what he thinks, what he feels, who he is. His eyes are closed and he seems lost in concentration, his fingers rest firmly on the skull of another soldier. Was it a young man who died a century ago in France, perhaps? One stares at us, the other looks inside.
Margarete Adler, Plastics
"Emefa"
Finaly polished bronze with metal plate, powder-coated
Rainer Haindl, Bronze, Metal
Raya ( Hibiscus )
Bunga Raya, with raya meaning celebratory or grand, the flower literally means “celebratory flower”, to reflect the celebration of unity in a multicultural nation.
Anniketyni Madian, Stone, Natural materials
Drei Stelen
Ibbenbürener Sandstein, Temperafarbe
Claudia Pleß, Stone
Skate boarding
Using a pose from skate boarding, this female figurine shows in her body language, a different side of being human
Nicolet Boots, Plaster, Textile
Froh-Sinn
Bronzefigur auf bedruckten Acrylblock
Uwe Schwarz, Bronze, Mixed Media
Giant ant
The perspective angles are changing depending on the point of view looking at them.
Gerhard Petzl, Bronze, Metal
Bali Tengkebang #1
Translation of Pua kumbu textile pattern that originated came from Borneo, Malaysia
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Installation
Bali Tengkebang #5
Translation of Pua Kumbu textile pattern into sculpture.
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Wood
Suckling´s Benefit
Gummi, Kunststoff, Metall aus der Serie: Orgelpfeifentorsi, 2001/2002
Claudia Pleß, Mixed Media
Equilibrium
Bronze Female Figure (40x60) Elegant naked female figure seeking for balance on an egg. The action is terribly difficult to perform but it lets to the uncovering of the true inner balance which leads to real eternal and deep happiness.
Anna Pirrello, Bronze
Kerasu Jaru
Translation of Pua Kumbu textile pattern into sculpture.
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Installation
Mother´s Backbone
Wolle, Kunststoff; Holz, Metall aus der Serie_ Orgelpfeifentorsi, 2001/2002
Claudia Pleß, Mixed Media
Warming Torso
Wolle, Jute, Gummi, Metall aus der Serie: Orgelpfeifentorsi, 2001/2002
Claudia Pleß, Mixed Media
iLlegal housing 2018 / We are here
iLlegal housing 2018 "We are here" Spain, Mediterranean Sea + St. Marienkirche, Parchim, Germany
Herbert Hundrich, Plastics, Installation
Kayu Betimbau #2
Multiple and layering concept of works.
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Installation
Im Wandel II (Nr. 60)
Stele aus Thüster Kalkstein, teilpoliert, mit Edelstahlhalter
Silvia Withöft-Foremny, Stone
Embuas #2
Multiple and layering concept of works.
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Mixed Media
Embuas #3
Multiple and layering concept of works.
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Installation
Here and there
This work has 5 peeping boxes. The inside sceneries are visible by peeping through a hole on the boxes. Size: 20 - 50 square cm
Mari Terauchi, Mixed Media
Krieg und Frieden (Nr. 137)
Thüster Kalkstein "Krieger mit verwüstetem Gesicht, Rückseite: Schwangere unter Baum (Frieden)"
Silvia Withöft-Foremny, Stone
Kain und Abel
Dieses Werk zeigt das Runde und Eckige, wobei das Runde für Abel steht und das Eckige für Kain.
Bernhard Keller, Stone, Marble
The Mountain Series 2014 - 2018
The Mountain Series of recycled materials influenced Gudrun by working in her Reykjavík studio on the site of one of Iceland’s leading providers of environmental management services and clean energy. “Slow but constant changes in the immediate surroundings made the work happen naturally”, Gudrun stated.
Gudrun Nielsen, Installation, Mixed Media
PUPPE / POUPEE
Ausstellung: Triade Berlin, 2012 Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig, 2008
Veronika E.M. Blum, Steel, Metal
Headless
Bronze Limited edition, 6
Marcel Börlin, Bronze, Metal
Die Wand 3
Plastische Wandgestalung aus Keramik
Guido Kratz, Ceramics
What shall we eat tonight?
People concern the natural catastrophe, when they see them on a television. However, their concern will be declined as the news ends and then it will be replaced with their daily life. “OK, now switch off the television, everyone! Time for a dinner! What shall we eat tonight?” “hmm..What shall I wear for the party tomorrow?” People feel our planet became warmer. However climate change progress little by little and people has an ability to adopt them into new temperature. But when they aware of the impact not on television but in front of them, it will be too late and adopting into new temperature is not endless. It is not necessary to threat people every day by showing problems, but it is also meaningful time to time to bring the issues to concern.
Mari Terauchi, Mixed Media
Begarasi #4
Translation of Pua Kumbu into sculpture.
Anniketyni Madian, Wood, Wood
Piedras
COMO TÚ (de León Felipe) Así es mi vida, piedra, como tú. Como tú, piedra pequeña, como tú piedra ligera; como tú, canto que ruedas por las calzadas y por las veredas; como tú, guijarro humilde de las carreteras; como tú, que en días de tormenta te hundes en el cieno de la tierra y luego centelleas bajo los cascos y bajo las ruedas; como tú, que no has servido para ser ni piedra, ni de una lonja, ni piedra de una audiencia, ni piedra de un palacio, ni piedra de una iglesia; como tú, piedra aventurera; como tú, que tal vez estás hecha solo para una honda, piedra pequeña y ligera…… Todas estas piedras están dedicadas a los fracasados, desahuciados, perdedores, derrotados,…. quizás yo mismo. Cuando salimos al campo solo las miramos para no tropezarnos o evitar un traspiés. Ahí se quedan, tiradas en el camino. Sólo son estorbos. Angel.
Angel Iribarren Arlegui, Stone, Metal
Summer
The "Summer" is a circular composition, with sculptural figures of a walking man and woman at the bottom and upper points of the inner and outer circles of its infinite outline. The sculpture is about the eternal story of a relationship - the decisive step of both, which must unite, or finally divide them...
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Bronze, Metal
Barricas
La vida de los seres humanos está jalonada de sucesos que van dejando cicatrices en las personas. Unas veces se curan rápidamente y otras supuran durante mucho tiempo hasta que llega un tiempo en que desaparecen. La serie Barricas se produce en un contexto muy determinado en el segundo semestre de 2012. Hay dos elementos que coinciden en el tiempo y que van a se decisivos en que esos trabajos salgan adelante. Por un lado me habían ofrecido un par de barricas unos meses atrás, de esas que quitan las bodegas cada cierto tiempo, pues dicen que ya no aportan cualidades al vino. Con una hice dos maceteros, y me dio pena deshacer la segunda sin tener pensado nada., por lo que se quedó a la espera en un rincón. Y por otro se produjo un largo ingreso hospitalario de mi padre que nos obligó a los familiares más cercanos a permanecer muchas horas a pié de cama. Todos tuvimos que organizarnos para prestarle los cuidados que precisaba. En mi caso pude compaginar el trabajo, los cuidados y casi todos los días disponía de unas dos o tres horas, para mí necesarias, en las que trabajaba en el taller. Pues nada, coincidieron esas dos situaciones y un día deshice el tonel y me planteé hacer un cuadro. La verdad es que no tenía yo la cabeza para trabajar la creatividad y la imaginación. Hice algo simple y me gustó la sensación, sobre todo por que me relajaba y me generaba una serenidad interior que no disponía. Como enseguida gasté las duelas, localicé una bodega cercana y fui comprando barricas en la medida que se agotaban. Estos trabajos corresponden a una época convulsa de la vida, y las distintas formas y colores responden al estado de ánimo de cada momento. Son de líneas simples como corresponde al material con el que se trabaja y con los dibujos coloreados para que puedan diferenciarse. Al final está todo encerado. No tenían otro objetivo que el que fuesen agradables a la vista.
Angel Iribarren Arlegui, Wood
Magnify
The symbol of communication ... All the people are the same to us until we choose somebody and began to discover ... and the best way for the discovery is the communication... so you explore all the secrets of one’s soul like through a Magnify ...
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Time is cleaner
Time is decisive and a dictator in chief․․․ Time wipes everything, often without even leaving traces․․․
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Different worlds
The worlds of a man and a woman even are quite different, but they need to unite to fill in the existing emptiness and become complete...
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Appletree body
Woman torso from apple tree.
Konstantin Evdokimov, Wood
Dead Reckoning
A reference to an historical navigation method. Starting from a place of certainty by calculating a previously determined position and then advancing that position with the use of instruments and analysis. The process of dead reckoning allows the navigator to know where they are in a featureless ocean. However, sometimes ships are knocked off course by un-foreseen natural events and are lost. See: http://richardpaton.com/dead-reckoning/
Richard Paton, Metal, Steel
Gravitation of a woman
The gravitation of the woman - the only force that can defeat the man...
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Sculpture inside
Die Skulptur ist innen, das Äussere geht nach innen, "outside in".
Bernhard Keller, Stone, Mamor
Mickey
Linde verkohlt geölt / Lime charred oiled
Andreas Mathes, Wood, Wood
Friesian stallion
A sculpture, representing a young Friesian stallion, created for KFPS organization.
Grigorio Antipov, Stone, Bronze
Brain Melt (the wave function collapse)
According to quantum physics a particle exists as a wave throughout the universe but when it is observed and enters our consciousness it becomes a measurable particle, with the aid of scientific instruments, this is known as ‘wave function collapse’. A wave is converted by our mind from a probability to something with structure and locality. Therefore consciousness plays a fundamental part in the structure of the universe, it implies that the universe can only exist, or come into being, if it is observed. This kinetic sculpture is less an illustration but more a meditation on the fact. To see it working goto: http://richardpaton.com/wave-function-collapse/
Richard Paton, Bronze, Metal
FG 4
Edition von 15Stk FG ist die Abkürzung der Blume „Froschgoscherl“ (Löwenmaul). Die ersten Skulpturen wurden von ihren erotischen Farben und Formen inspiriert. Sperrholz-, Kunststoff- oder Metallstreifen werden unter Spannung miteinander verbunden (geleimt oder geschraubt), wodurch sie wodurch sie sich zu Kurven verformen. Löst man einen von dem anderen, verändert sich die Gesamtform. Die Objekte verformen sich durch ihr Eigengewicht und je nach dem wie herum man sie hängt. Die Objekte haben kein Oben und kein Unten und können beliebig herum gehängt werden, wodurch der Eindruck entsteht, als hinge immer wieder ein neues Objekt (Gesamtform) an der Wand, obwohl die Struktur immer die gleiche ist. Licht und Schatten spielen ebenfalls eine Hauptrolle, da enge Zwischenräume dunkle und weite Zwischenräume helle Flächen entstehen lassen. Farben unterstreichen die Formen und verstärken ihren Ausdruck. ________________________________ Edition of 15 pieces. The sculpture is dismountable and can be hanged in different directions. (It is hanged at the wall with a nail of specific length attached in the package) The sculpture is inspired by a flower called snapdragon. It is inspired by the flower´s erotic shape and colors. The visible structure of the wood gives an sensitive impression. The thin and sharp blue line gives structure and orientation. The objects are deformed by their own weight and depending on the direction they are hanged.
Alexander Lorenz, Wood, Metal
Spring
Spring ... the time of love and meeting... The first sculpture in the series of sculptures "Seasons".
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Going Cuckoo
this is a working cuckoo clock which chimes on the hour, it is powered electrically with an internal digital clock. Like all creatures of the earth the Common Cuckoo population is in decline due to the use of insecticides and habitat loss. In the period of coronavirus and lockdown brought about by yet another zoonotic disease, ‘Going Cuckoo’ seems to parallel the dystopia, as an imagined nostalgia of life lost. You can this working : http://richardpaton.com/cuckoo-clock/
Richard Paton, Wood, Bronze
Summer
Summer - the time, when love gives strength... The second sculpture in the series of sculptures "Seasons".
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Lark Descending
Human presence triggers a motion sensor which starts the song of the Skylark and the physical decent of the iron replica suspended, mid air, by a magnet until the song fades giving way to the rev of a tractor. The graph on the rusty back board shows the decline in Skylark numbers in the UK since 1967. Wild life is in drastic decline and heading toward extinction. In the case of the Skylark it is down to habitat loss due to more intensive farming practises in the UK. You can see this working : http://richardpaton.com/lark-descending/
Richard Paton, Metal, Mixed Media
Winter
Winter - the end of the relationship, but the start of a new way... The fourth sculpture in the series of sculptures "Seasons".
Gevorg Tadevosyan, Metal, Bronze
Primäre Spannungen, (Ge)Dichte II
Primäre Spannungen, (Ge)Dichte II Granit - Unikat Ohne Kran-Haken
Jules Andrieu, Stone, Granite
HAFENSPAZIERGANG
Thüster Kalkstein, Schwarzweiß-Belichtung, Tusche
Thomas Lucker, Stone
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