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Renate Hampke

With "Schlauch hoch drei" the artist transforms four historic walls of the Gothic House into a cubic structure. She redefines the geometry of the space by rhythmically displacing recumbent objects and tapestries, thus creating a space within a space. There is a shift from the historical to the geometric and - through the choice of recycled materials - to the present. The perception of space is determined by the new division of space and also by the particular smells of the material.

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The artworks made of bicycle inner tubes are present not only in their bulky visual form, but also through their space-filling smell. Thus Renate Hampke develops a new readability of space and object, architecture and art.

Actually coming from painting, Renate Hampke has been working since the turn of the millennium with used, leftover objects, for example, soap scraps and used bicycle inner tubes. She alienates the latter by folding and twisting them into plastic forms and knotting them together. She also assembles hose elements into graphic tapestries. Some of these can be seen in the current installation.
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