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Triangular Stories, 2012

mixed media installation

Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel
Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel
Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel
Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel
Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel
Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel
Henrike Naumann, Triangular Stories, 2012, VHS-video installation, 15'24", wallpaper, rug, furniture, TV, VHS-recorder, VHS-tapes, various objects, installation shots, Photo by Stefan Haehnel

Photos by Stefan Haehnel

Henrike Naumann

Henrike Naumann was born 1984 in Zwickau (GDR). Growing up in Eastern Germany, Naumann experienced extreme-right ideology as a predominant youth culture in the 90s. Her work reflects on the history of the right-wing terrorism in Germany as well as on today‘s broad acceptance of racist ideas. She looks at the mechanisms of radicalization and how they are linked to personal experience and youth culture. Nauman explores the friction of contrary political opinion through the ambivalence of personal aesthetic taste. In her immersive installations she combines video and sound with scenographic spaces. In recent years she widened her focus to the global connectivity of youth cultures and the reversion of cultural othering. Notable exhibitions include solo shows at the Museum Abteiberg in Mönchengladbach and Galerie Wedding, Berlin, as well as participations at the Busan Biennale (2018), Riga Biennial (2018), Steirischer Herbst, Graz (2018), 4th Ghetto Biennale at Port-Au-Prince (2015), and the 3rd Herbsalon at Maxim Gorki Theatre Berlin (2017).

Henrike Naumann lives and works in Berlin.



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