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Michael Beutler, Haus Beutler, 2014/16. Installation view, Pump House, Spike Island. Image courtesy Spike Island. Photo Stuart Whipps

Michael Beutler, Haus Beutler, 2014/16. Installation view, Pump House, Spike Island. Image courtesy Spike Island. Photo Stuart W

Michael Beutler, Zustand mit Loops und Kringeln, 2012

Michael Beutler, Zustand mit Loops und Kringeln, 2012

Michael Beutler, Pump House (2016) Installation view, Spike Island, Bristol. Photograph by Stuart Whipps

Michael Beutler, Pump House (2016) Installation view, Spike Island, Bristol. Photograph by Stuart Whipps

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Artist Talk: Michael Beutler

Michael Beutler

07 Jun 2016

As a prelude to his summer exhibition, Michael Beutler introduces his work and calls for local collaborators.
 

Michael Beutler is a German artist, based in Berlin. His work toys with architectural and social structures, creating transformative installations that intimately respond to the space they inhabit. Working across genres, he encourages alternative perceptions, opening up new views, and new approaches to the strategies and methods of making art. His works can be understood as reactions to architectural and social structures.

Beutler incorporates industrially manufactured or processed materials, such as paper, metal, wood or plastic, shaping them into large-scale building elements with specially developed tools. He also involves local collaborators in this process. Beutler’s exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary will combine existing works and new elements within a new large scale site-specific installation. It will be the second chapter in his first solo exhibition in the UK, the first chapter runs at Spike Island from 16 April - 19 June 2016.

6.30pm - 8.30pm 

Free. The Space

 

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