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    Ouf Magazine von KLUB NOIR ist jetzt erhältlich auf loremnotipsum.com. Mit Giuliano Di Marco, Anne Catherine Weick, Sinisha Guzvic und Bobi Bazooka.

    Das Künstler*innen-Kollektiv KLUB NOIR aus Zürich setzte Mitte 2020 dazu an, das Formenvokabular ihrer kreativen Ausschreitungen an der Wand im urbanen Kontext radikal zu erneuern. Anstelle der Zeichnung sollten nun selbst gebastelte Objekte – Assemblagen aus aufgelesenen, herumliegenden oder im Baumarkt gekaufte Materialien – den Ausgangspunkt für die Weiterentwicklung ihrer Motive bilden.

    So entstanden nonchalant wirkende Objekte aus Haushaltshandschuhen, bespraytem Styropor, Katzengras, Melonenschnitzen und Schnee, in einem Look à la „90’s-trash meets Juwelier“, die mal hochpoliert wie ein Fashion-Editorial, mal prollig, mal sensibel und genau komponiert und dann wieder schrottig und schrill daherkommen. Sie reflektieren auch die Charakteristik des KLUB NOIR, wo sich jede:r dank gemeinsam bestimmter, gestalterischer Rahmenbedingungen in einer Form von kollektivem Individualismus austoben kann.

    In mid-2020, the artists’ collective KLUB NOIR set out to radically renew the visual vocab- ulary of their creative outbursts in the urban context. Instead of drawings, self-made objects – collections of used materials, things found lying around or items bought in DIY stores – would now serve as the starting point to further develop their motifs. Working in 3D was their personal adaption of écriture automatique*, allowing them to break out of the stylistic limitations of their artistic roots which had “nourished but also annoyed”2 them. With this approach of taking used objects and transforming them into sculptures, the artists’ work is reminiscent of readymades and Arte Povera pieces.

    But unlike the semi- otically charged materials of the latter art movement, KLUB NOIR do not want to convey content-related and political messages. For them it is much more about taking a playful, non-value-laden attitude to the materials which are selected according to aesthetic criteria such as texture, feel and colour quality, and juxtaposed with one another in an intrigu- ing dialectic. In this way, nonchalant-appear- ing objects emerge in a “90’s trash meets ieweller” look – made from rubber gloves, sprayed Styrofoam, cat grass, melon slices and snow – at times highly polished like a fashion editorial, other times brash and showy, here sensitively and precisely composed and there trashy and in-your-face. They also reflect the character of KLUB NOIR, a group in which, thanks to a jointly determined creative frame- work, each artist can give their expression free rein in a form of collective individualism. Annalena Müller, July 2021

    Details: Ouf Magazine

    92 Seiten, Offset Druck (KOPA), 4-farbig, 21 x 27.5 cm

    Article No. bfklubnoir0001 Published by KLUB NOIR Manufactured in Switzerland Available in English · German Tags · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 480 g Dimensions 28 × 21 × 2 cm

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    Ouf Magazine von KLUB NOIR ist jetzt erhältlich auf loremnotipsum.com. Mit Giuliano Di Marco, Anne Catherine Weick, Sinisha Guzvic und Bobi Bazooka.

    Das Künstler*innen-Kollektiv KLUB NOIR aus Zürich setzte Mitte 2020 dazu an, das Formenvokabular ihrer kreativen Ausschreitungen an der Wand im urbanen Kontext radikal zu erneuern. Anstelle der Zeichnung sollten nun selbst gebastelte Objekte – Assemblagen aus aufgelesenen, herumliegenden oder im Baumarkt gekaufte Materialien – den Ausgangspunkt für die Weiterentwicklung ihrer Motive bilden.

    So entstanden nonchalant wirkende Objekte aus Haushaltshandschuhen, bespraytem Styropor, Katzengras, Melonenschnitzen und Schnee, in einem Look à la „90’s-trash meets Juwelier“, die mal hochpoliert wie ein Fashion-Editorial, mal prollig, mal sensibel und genau komponiert und dann wieder schrottig und schrill daherkommen. Sie reflektieren auch die Charakteristik des KLUB NOIR, wo sich jede:r dank gemeinsam bestimmter, gestalterischer Rahmenbedingungen in einer Form von kollektivem Individualismus austoben kann.

    In mid-2020, the artists’ collective KLUB NOIR set out to radically renew the visual vocab- ulary of their creative outbursts in the urban context. Instead of drawings, self-made objects – collections of used materials, things found lying around or items bought in DIY stores – would now serve as the starting point to further develop their motifs. Working in 3D was their personal adaption of écriture automatique*, allowing them to break out of the stylistic limitations of their artistic roots which had “nourished but also annoyed”2 them. With this approach of taking used objects and transforming them into sculptures, the artists’ work is reminiscent of readymades and Arte Povera pieces.

    But unlike the semi- otically charged materials of the latter art movement, KLUB NOIR do not want to convey content-related and political messages. For them it is much more about taking a playful, non-value-laden attitude to the materials which are selected according to aesthetic criteria such as texture, feel and colour quality, and juxtaposed with one another in an intrigu- ing dialectic. In this way, nonchalant-appear- ing objects emerge in a “90’s trash meets ieweller” look – made from rubber gloves, sprayed Styrofoam, cat grass, melon slices and snow – at times highly polished like a fashion editorial, other times brash and showy, here sensitively and precisely composed and there trashy and in-your-face. They also reflect the character of KLUB NOIR, a group in which, thanks to a jointly determined creative frame- work, each artist can give their expression free rein in a form of collective individualism. Annalena Müller, July 2021

    Details: Ouf Magazine

    92 Seiten, Offset Druck (KOPA), 4-farbig, 21 x 27.5 cm

    Article No. bfklubnoir0001 Published by KLUB NOIR Manufactured in Switzerland Available in English · German Tags · · Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 480 g Dimensions 28 × 21 × 2 cm

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