Rebecca Horn

Artists: Rebecca Horn

Haus der Kunst

Friday, April 26, 2024 —
Sunday, October 13, 2024

Rebecca Horn, Kiss of the Rhinoceros, 1989 — Credits: Rebecca Horn, Kiss of the Rhinoceros, open, Steel construction, aluminium and motor, 1989, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2024. Photo: Gunter Lepkowski, Rebecca Horn Archive.

Spanning six decades, the multimedia oeuvre of Rebecca Horn (b. 1944, Germany) deals with the theme of existence, and the blurring of boundaries between nature and culture, technology and biological capital, and the human and the non-human. Whether one describes the artist as an inventor, director, author, composer, or poet, she sees herself first and foremost as a choreographer. Horn describes her artistic practice as carefully calculated relationships of space, light, physicality, sound, and rhythm, which come to­gether to form an ensemble. In her performative, sculptural, and film works, the acts of becoming a machine, becoming an animal, or becoming the Earth present life as a visible, tangible, and audible existence that can be experienced through the body.
The exhibition “Rebecca Horn” is focused on performativity, from the artist’s earliest works to her most recent productions.

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Monday
10:00 — 20:00
Tuesday
closed
Wednesday
10:00 — 20:00
Thursday
10:00 — 22:00
Friday
10:00 — 20:00
Saturday
10:00 — 20:00
Sunday
10:00 — 20:00

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