It’s Raining Cats and Dogs Exhibition – National Art Gallery of Namibia 25 January 2018

It’s Raining Cats and Dogs Group Exhibition

25 January 2018 @ 18h00 / National Art Gallery of Namibia / 26 January – 3 March 2018

It’s Raining Cats and Dogs is a group exhibition by Namibian and German artists including members of the Dune Artist Group. The exhibition notes the bizarre, the real and the fictitious state of human and wildlife, the nature and interaction of our societies, as well as the nature and meaning of home.

The exhibition will also be host of Carola Rümper’s Stamp Alive Project which is a German Namibian collaboration. See the artist list below the pictures. Here are some pictures of the curation discussion and a still of my video. Present artists are Niina Turtola, Carola Rümper and I; curators Ndeena Shivute and Anna Viejo as well as PRO Annapaula Vakamuena.

Artists and gallery staff sitting together at the first discussion (Photo: Sascha-J. Bachmann)
Upper Foyer - Annapaula and Anna
Discussion of what to hang where (Photo: Sascha-J. Bachmann)
Artists Niina Turtola and I in discussion (Photo: Sascha-J. Bachmann)
Still of my video work ‘Treat’
My installation ‘Lions Become Fat Cats’ – Installation still in packaging (Photo: Sascha-J. Bachmann)

Photos: Sascha-J. Bachmann

Participating Artists of the exhibition are: Niina Turtola, Carola Rümper, Peter Möller, Kirsten Wechslberger, Sandra Schmidt

Participating artists for the Stamp Alive Project are: Carola Rümper, Niina Turtola, Ismael Shivute, Fillipus Sheehama, Kirsten Wechslberger, Marita van Rooyen, Barbara Pirron, Ndeena Shivute, Actofel Ilovu, Helen Harris, Dallaz Lok Kandjengo, Albrecht Fersch, Angela Uhsadel, Peter Möller, Karl-Heinz Jeron, Lilla von Puttkamer, Claudia-Michaela Kochsmeier, Christoph Zwiener, Jasmin Glaab, Gunhild Kreuzer