Herbert Hundrich

the ocean begins under your feet. 2021 - Venedig

Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy 2020/21 – TIME SPACE EXISTENCE European Cultural Centre, (ECC) Venice, Italy / this project is sponsored by the Ministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Kultur in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany + Palmyra Sculpture Centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands + Aláro, Islas Baleares, Spain


Palazzo Mora, Venice, Exhibition from May 22nd – Novembre 21st.202

TIME SPACE EXISTENCE https://ecc-italy.eu/files/2021%20Cat%20Arch%2050mb.pdf

the projects trailer/ film by Gudrun Brigitta Nöh 2021 https://vimeo.com/533590454 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2g_megKJQo

The theme of the Architecture Biennale: How do we want to live? The theme of the European Cultural Centre: TIME SPACE EXISTENCE. Quite quickly it became clear to me that I was devoting my attention to water, more precisely to the oceans. The reason is simple: we humans are also water beings.

Accordingly, my project reflects the current situation of climate change. It is a call for more mindfulness and respect towards nature, especially water, the life-sustaining and life-giving element. Climate change does not differentiate people by skin color, religion or ethnicity, rich or poor. Climate change forces humanity to work together and requires contributions from everyone to make life in this world more livable.

That’s what my project is all about: “the ocean starts under your feet”, pay attention to where and how you go.

Fotos: Palazzo Mora, Venedig / ECC
Projektraum Parchim, the days before traveling to Venice / Hundrich

FACTSHEET:

Dimensions : 3 cm x 80 cm x 160 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 7 kg
Year : 2021
Material : Mixed Media, Plastics, Light, Installation
Technique : Molding
Style : abstract, kinetic, poetic, social, realistic, Light art, modern, contemporary, filigree

Herbert Hundrich

Hundrich - on my own behalf My works are emerging. They arise and exist. So begins their life. They exist ... in the open and closed space, in the countryside, in the urban areas, and in the socio-political life. There is no historical basis, no philosophical and no psychological urge that needs to explain their existence. Their existence is not the subject of any artistic agenda or coercion. They are neither echoes of the past nor a method of coping with its problems. They do not even arise from a socio-political necessity. There is only one reason: it is my language, the language which I have chosen to get in contact with this world, to communicate with people, and to confront the issues I see. It's my way, my contribution to what is happening in this world. I see the world and see what is happening. I observe, reflect, and think about it and then find my own position. This creates a field of tension out of which my artistic endeavors develop. Sometimes, themes are brought to me but at other times they thrust themselves upon me. During special times, projects simply appear with a seemingly natural sense of necessity. I accept those tasks, problems, and questions in order to find new ways of addressing them. I also try to find new possibilities and new solutions using the media that are available to me. This applies to art as well as to life. Michael Stoeber, a German art critic, described it thus: "The artist loves variety. He works faithfully to the Latin maxim : . . Variatio delectat (Variation delights). He hates one-dimensionality and repetition. He loves the constant new beginning, exalting in the experience of finding new conquests in art and life. A feeling, no one has praised as well as Hölderlin with brevity and vitality with the quote, “There have never been as many beginnings.” Herbert Hundrich wants and needs to test himself in the arts. He is what the French, in quite a praiseworthy and respectful manner, call “a touche à tout:” somebody who needs to touch everything. Indeed, the range of artistic activities in which the studied sculptor has already proven himself is impressive and awe-inspiring. Hundrich is not only a sculptor, but also a painter, draftsman, photographer, filmmaker, choreographer, performance and installation artist, and an author of artists' books.” Martin Breuninger, a German journalist living in Spain, wrote: "Hundrich approaches even the most difficult projects. In beginning there are always sheets of paper and a pencil. Then, he includes people, spaces, and environments. At the end a new life is created for everyone involved, including participants and the audience. It may only be for one moment but that’s what counts, because such a moment remains in memory.” Sineu, August 2014

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