Anne Imhof

(born 1978 in Gießen, lives and works in Frankfurt and Paris)

Anne Imhof combines various production strategies from sculpture, drawing, painting, video and performance in her work. Her multi-layered works draw on the history of performance in art and music in order to develop and extend the notion of performance. She investigates different methods of performance documentation, or addresses the rituals and secret semiotic systems of niche communities. Imhof choreographs movement sequences, gestures and language fragments of her performers into visual imagery that is subject to constant change. Her works are conceived in several versions, which she realises over an undefined period of time in different places and over time in differing variants.

Anne Imhof is the winner of the Preis der Nationalgalerie 2015.

 

Performances of For Ever Rage inside Anne Imhof's installation during the duration of the exhibition:

2015
Oct 2nd, 15.30 For Ever Rage
Oct 3rd, 11.00-18.00 For Ever Rage - Seances

Nov 6th, 15.30 For Ever Rage
Nov 7th, 11.00-18.00 For Ever Rage - Seances

Dec 4th, 15.30 For Ever Rage
Dec 5th, 11.00-18.00 For Ever Rage - Seances

2016
Jan 16th, For Ever Rage - Seances
Jan 17th, 13.30 For Ever Rage

Anne Imhof | photo: David von Becker