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anne knoedler // works

anne.knoedler@outlook.de // www.leavinghomefunktion.com // phone: +491725727235


portrait BF // (to the left) colored concrete 25 x 33 x 36 cm 2010

trophies // (to the right)

clay, colored concrete, plaster each 21 x 31 x 23 cm 2010


Move! // bronze, 21 x 21 x 23 cm, 2010


female nude // colored concrete, 48 x 47 x 67 cm, 2009/ 2010


Gloria // (to the left) colored concrete 170 x 40 x 40 cm 2011/ 2012

Gloria // detail (to the right)


Melting nude // (to the left) caramelized sugar each 45 x 8 x 11 cm 2012 Melting nude // detail (to the right)


female nude I // (to the left) pencil on paper, watercolors 30 x 19 cm 2010

female nude II // (to the right) pencile on paper 23 x 35 cm 2010


Milk 1/3 // (to the left) photography, inkjetprint 100 x 70 cm 2010 Milk 2/3 // (in the middle) photography, inkjetprint 100 x 70 cm 2010 Milk 3/3 // (to the right) photography, inkjetprint 100 x 70 cm 2010


Room with a view // (to the left)

mosaic in blown Lamberts glass on tempered sheet glas 250 x 150 x 1.3 cm 2013

Room with a view // detail (to the right)


Hope‘s budding joy I // (to the left) mosaic in blown Lamberts glass on tempered sheet glas 150 x 150 x 1.3 cm 2014 Hope‘s budding joy I // detail (in the middle) Hope‘s budding joy I // (to the right)


Wagnis // detail (to the left) Wagnis // (to the right)

mould casted glass, colored concrete 220 x 12 x 80 cm 2013


leavinghomefunktion

On the landway to New York 09/2014 - 11/2016 2 year mobile residency on Ural Motorcycles, which started in Germany and leads through Georgia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Russia, Siberia, Far East, Alaska Canada and the United States


Whereas in Central Europe, Canada and The States a URAL is mainly perceived as a piece of cult, one will find this motorcycle as a relict of grandfather’s times a daily means of transport or rusting in an abandoned shelter throughout Kazakhstan, Siberia and Far East. Since the URAL 650 motorcycle tends to breakdown regularly, it offers the opportunity to be introduced to anyone along the road instantly. Which means, that each breakdown itself works as a key to communication. These expected breakdowns usually cause a roadside attraction, get bystanders immediately involved and thereby creates a room for social interaction, mutual understanding and unbiased identification. With the URAL as a well spread, three-wheeled phenomenon it is intended to approach locals and travelers along the way on a rather common level and generate first-hand information as well as the foundations of tolerance.


According to this manner of generating incidents of communication leavinghomefunktion is conducting an ongoing research based on an assessment formula, which visualizes The collected data should help us to analyse structures of social interaction and to find conclusions to breakdown-related questions.

The theatre of the Ural - A play in breakdowns

// to the right The research formula was communicated on a daily basis via email to the Franckesche Stiftungen in Germany. Every assesment form would consistently indicate the coordinates of our breakdown among other predetermined data requirements. ONce the form had reached the Franckesche Stiftungen it would then be printed, signed and positioned by the Wunderkammer officials along the map‘s lines of longitude and latitude. Over a period of three months the public could witness the expansion of our route with every breakdown form added to the Wunderkammer‘s in box. // www.leavinghomefunktion.com // www.cominghomefunktion.com


// exhibition view; in cooperation with Franckesche Stiftungen Halle (Saale), Germany, 04/2015 - 08/2015


Anne Knoedler // born 1985 in Zeulenroda, Thuringia, Germany >> Education 2002 - 2005 2005 - 2006 2006 - 2008 2011 - 2012 2012 - 2013 2008 - 2013 2013

A levels at Staatliche Berufsbildende Schule II, Greiz, Germany Technical Design Apprenticeship at Staatliche Berufsbildende Schule II, Greiz, Germany Industrial Design Studies at Burg Giebichenstein, University of Fine Arts, Halle (Saale), Germany Studies in Fine Arts at Mimar Sinan, University of Fine Arts, Istanbul, Turkey Studies in Intercultural Communication at Martin Luther University, Halle (Saale), Germany Studies of Fine Arts at Burg Giebichenstein, University of Fine Arts, Halle (Saale), Germany Diploma Degree in Fine Arts, Burg Giebichenstein University of Fine Arts, Halle (Saale), Germany

>> Exhibitions (selection) and recognitions 2015 2014 2013

2012 2011

- The Process - International Glass Prize, Lommel, Belgium - Room for Association-The Wunderkammer - Franckesche Stiftungen, Halle (Saale), Germany - Art and Church - Adlersberg, Regensburg, Germany - Room with a view - gallery lorch+seidel, Berlin, Germany, - Vergiss Berlin, New York, Paris - Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Germany - Zwieseler Kölbl 2013 - Glasmuseum Zwiesel, Germany - InFormation 450-2 - Ausstellungshalle Hawerkamp, Münster, Germany - Diploma exhibition Johannes Fötsch, Anne Knödler, Elisabeth Oertel - Halle (Saale), Germany - 1st Prize, Supporting Award for Emerging Artists, Zwiesel, Germany - Ikahmetgah 2 - Kadiköy, Istanbul, Turkey - Istanbul Residency, granted by Burg Giebichenstein, Art University, Halle (Saale), Germany

>> Publications 2014 2014 2013

Die Burg in Istanbul, Burg Giebichenstein Publications, University of Fine Art, Halle (Saale), Germany There was something else in Halle, Glashaus-Magazine Publications 01/2014, Berlin, Germany Zwieseler Kölbl, exhibition catalogue, Glass-Museum Zwiesel, Germany

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