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26 Aug 2011

Direktorenhaus Berlins presents 'Poultry Poetry', an exhibition of Husmann/Tschaeni


Poultry Poetry of Husmann Tschäni
Direktorenhaus Berlin
http://www.direktorenhaus.com

Info

From the 1st of September until the 31st of March 2012 Direktorenhaus presents 'Poultry Poetry', an exhibition of Husmann/Tschaeni
Opening Party:
September 1st from 8 pm

Contact

kleiss@illustrative.de
Katja Kleiss
0049-(0)30-27595587
0049-(0)30-27572019

Address

http://www.direktorenhaus.com
Direktorenhaus
Am Krögel 2
10179 Berlin
Deutschland

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Poultry Poetry of Husmann Tschäni

Pascale Mira Tschäni and Michael Husmann Tschäni are based in Switzerland and both studied at the College of Art in Lucerne. They received further education at the National Institute of Design, India and a residency in Berlin. Since 2003 they have developed a unique collaborative style encompassing the worlds of painting, comics, illustration, installation and recently also performance and have exhibited from Mumbai to Melbourne.

In fact they work backwards, painting in layers on the reverse of acrylic glass, using different materials, such as enamel, oil colour, watercolour, crayon, glitter and spray. It was like two completely different, somewhat incompatible picture languages had collided when they started working together. But somehow they managed to create pictures, stories and installations together, without having to change their own individual styles. Their current collaborations consists of both exquisite illustration works, in which they make use of their paintings and 'left overs' of performances, like costumes and fabric sculptures. Both are displayed together to create an environment that is at the same time powerfully dominated by illustration and theatrical presence.