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EXHIBITIONS AT
GALERIE NORDENHAKE

Berlin, November 2010
Berlin, September 2006

Franka Hörnschemeyer

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Accidental Memory, 2009, sheetrock, wood, 200 x 300 x 33 cm

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Trichter, 2011, Site-specific installation in public space, Seestraße, Ecke Dr.-Külz-Ring, Dresden.

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Detail: Trichter, 2011

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Koordinaten, 2011, formwork elements, acoustic installation, nine modules on a surface area of 24 x 16.5 m, Site-specific installation in the woods at the Gedenkstätte Kriegsgräberfriedhof Alexisdorf/Neugnadenfeld (70. Station der „Kunstwegen“-Route)

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(From left to right) Volume of Sphere I, 2010, plates, 20 Heraklith plates, nail / / Decreasing Probability, 2010,metal stair, Schloß; Volume of Sphere II, 2010, 20 Heraklith plates, nail, metal rod / Volume of Sphere III, 20 Heraklith plates, nails and tissue, all the works have variable dimensions, Installation at Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin


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Installation view (from left to right) Discrete Case, 2010, 2 aluminum funnels, 87 x 87 x 39 cm, In the Presence of Noise,(partial image) 2010, Used wall paper, Dimensions variable, Unequal Spacing, 2010, Blueprints, architectural plans, master prints, archival material, cardboard, Dimensions variable, installation view at Galerie Nordenhake

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La Sound 908, 2008, Schallschutzplatten, Ständerwerk, Türen, Spiegel, 4,70 x 8,80 x 6,40 m installation view at "Megastructures", Berlin, photo: David Brandt

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GKB, 2005, plaster sheets, 11,20 x 6,40 x 3,20 cm, photo: Werner Hannappel

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Dia, 1989/1990/2005/2006, sheetrock, approx. 225 x 716 x 306 cm, installation view at Galerie Nordenhake, photo: Gerhard Kassner

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BFD - bündig fluchtend dicht, 2001

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PSE 900, 2000, construction elements, 4,50 x 17,25 x 7,60 m, Lehmbrucksaal, Kunsthalle Hamburg, photo: Ottmar von Poschinger

Franka Hörnschemeyer was born in Osnabrück in 1958 and currently lives and works in Berlin. Solo exhibitions include "Peenemünde," Jewish Museum, Athens (2008) and Aufenthaltswahrscheinlichkeit/Residence-probability," Galerie Nordenhake (2006). Notable public projects include "BDF - bündig fluchtend dicht", Deutscher Bundestag, 1998-2001; "PSE 900", Kunsthalle Hamburg, 2000; "TSE 11022", Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, 2002. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions, most recently including "Positionen: 1979-2008, vom feministischen Aufbruch tur Normalität," Fabrikhalle, Darmstadt (2008) and "Ideal City - Invisible Cities," Brandenburgischer Kunstverein Potsdam (2006), which was also on display in Zamosc, Poland. Hörnschemeyer is the recipient of numerous grants and prizes, most recently the Fellowship of the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds (2006).