Mariah Blue, Kathrin Graf, Lana Murdochy, Younwon Sohn, Amy Winstanley
Their collaborative work explores the nature of globalized friendships that address themes of food, nature, technology, and entanglement.
They have had group exhibitions in the Netherlands and South Korea, have published 2 books together and recently finished a collaborative video. Although they are all living in different countries, in 3 different time zones 0 (UK), +1 (Nether- lands/Germany), +9 (South Korea), art and technology binds them together and strengthens their globalized relationship.
tiefkeller is an artist collective by sculptor Kathrin Graf and painter Bettina Marx. At the same time it is the name of their installative work in a brick cellar in Bonn's Südstadt. Inspired by scientific or private collections, tiefkeller creates installations that question the genre boundaries between artwork and collection exhibit. In doing so, the artist duo establishes sensual levels of reference between space, their own and invited artworks, and collection pieces, addressing both the art-interested and the public that is not interested in art.