July 25 + 26, 2015. Museum für Kunst & Gewerbe Hamburg. Performances as part of the exhibition ‘Tattoo’. Project information: ENGLISH / DEUTSCH. PRESS TV – Hamburg 1 | Diese Tattoos verschwinden von selbst Hamburger Abendblatt | Wenn das Museum zur Tätowierstube wird – Review by Heinrich Oehmsen Eingeschrieben mit Blut. Künstlerin Natascha Stellmach tätowiert Sehnsüchte und Ängste | MK&G Pressetext Edit
September 6 – 7, 2014. Berlin Festival Art Village | curated by Jan Kage. Installation + Performances: 12hrs/day – 13:30 to 01:30 – all sessions booked out. See The Letting Go for more information in English and German, including a short film.
November 22, 2013 – January 18, 2014. Wagner + Partner Berlin | This group exhibition explores notions of ‘failure’ beyond the quintessential fact and questions whether in art it is even possible to fail? In Stellmach’s project The Letting Go, intimate, personal ‘failings’ become the literal foundation for self-awareness and transformation. See THE LETTING GO for more information. Artists: Anna + Bernhard Blume • Marcel Broodthaers • Miklos Gaál • Claas Gutsche • Eckart Hahn • Mike Kelley • Lars Ramberg […]
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June 7 – August 31, 2013 (exhibition extended) Wagner + Partner Berlin. Supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council | The Aussie-German art darling’s provocative show blends fact with fiction, confronting the contemporary concept of burnout while celebrating renewal. Exberliner, 2013 This solo exhibition and performances is informed by an experience of burnout in the artists’ own life. Stellmach does not dwell on the negative aspects of the syndrome – instead her insights are evocative and hilarious and […]
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