SP19-22-fades

Series of 64 photographic self-portraits with a bag in motion, taken at random, forming a chronological series of abstracts …

SP19-22-movements of skin I / II

Two series of 18 / ten photos depicting close ups of skin in movement, taken at random in a serial order and letting the artist Alexandra Reill look at herself from an abstracting perspective …

Cable fades

Chronologically arranged series of the moving capture of a power cable, consisting of three randomly taken photographic shots

Shades of Light

Light as shades of light or perception of moment in light or in shades of light form immediate reference nodes in questions to a fulfillment of ‘carpe diem’ …

C-19-Object Series – The Baby Blanket and The House Cushion

Two knitted textile objects created in autumn 2021 and the lockdown winter of 2021 / 2022

The kanonmedia Shopping Mall

The department store becomes experimental art, experimental art becomes commerce …
Concept for a transnationally operating on- and offline platform for the dissemination of art and education in form of a shopping mall

Die Schule der Folgenlosigkeit. Übungen für ein anderes Leben. Completion of a Submission Form

Answers to the application form for the Scholarship for Doing Nothing tendered in the context of the HFBK research project and forming a module of its exhibition Die Schule der Folgenlosigkeit. Übungen für ein anderes Leben at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg

beige chairs

The photo series is a kind of re-enactment of the experiental film white chairs, originally created in 2003, and it is linked to Alexandra Reill’s then applied symbol of the movements of work chairs fabricated in plastic and white, then reflecting movement in time as much as self-reflection; probably reigned by an approach to perfectionism. Looked at it now, however, in 2021, the plastic chairs used in offices and other work contexts depicted by the artist are only partially white. They are beige now – that helps with hygiene, and traces of movement are no longer so difficult to follow. Plastic chairs made in beige no longer leave traces so easily; and when they appear as a pile, there is nothing in the end that reminds us of any possible movement …