Küchenkunst & Herdkultur
In their exhibition, the members of the female artist group Weibsbilder are dedicated to a theme that focuses on kitchen art in the broadest sense.
Birgit Maria Rühlke: In search of her own artistic position on the subject of cuisine, art and hearth culture, I became the observer of the disappearance of lifestyle, art and culinary delights.
The focus was on the question: How can I capture the transience? How to give her a new meaning? What could become of the used utensils and the consumed materials that go from the kitchen to the trash?
In this artistic field of experimentation, the decay has already given rise to "ambiguous" objects that have been revealed. It's an attempt to pick up the energy that exists in every thing and give it a new meaning, but all would be nothing without my doll.
Christiane Schindler: Fire and flame for art that comes out of the oven. - Quirky ceramics -
Ceramics can be found in every kitchen. Here she presents herself beyond collecting cup and mum's good gold rim: Detached from the compulsion of functionality, the various objects tell charming, playful and beautifully grotesque of the wonderful everyday madness.
Ursula Günthert: Women's Cook Art. More and more women conquer the chefs' seats and get into the limelight. The local kitchen is left and exchanged for the kitchens of top gastronomy, which fill the cooks with a lot of dedication, creativity and pleasure. The tension between the traditional Hausfrauenplatz, the kitchen stove, and the aversion of many male top chefs against the presence of female colleagues in the kitchens of top restaurants is gradually losing tension. Four outstanding cooks are presented. Silent cooking as a special event.