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    11:00 – 20:00

    WHAT REMAINS – Work presentation by Marie Salcedo Horn, the Winner of the 26th Bernhard Heiliger Scholarship

    From 5 to 20 May, the exhibition WHAT REMAINS by Marie Salcedo Horn, Bernhard Heiliger Scholarship 2024 winner, is on display in the East Wing of Kunsthaus Dahlem.

    In honour of the sculptor Bernhard Heiliger, the Bernhard Heiliger Foundation awards an annual scholarship to sculptors from the Berlin University of the Arts and the Berlin Weißensee School of Art, where Heiliger taught. This goes in combination with a public presentation of the prizewinner’s works in Heiliger’s former studio in the East Wing of Kunsthaus Dahlem.

    This year’s prizewinner, Marie Salcedo Horn, was born in Munich and studied fine art at the Berlin University of the Arts, graduating with a Master’s degree under Christine Streuli.

    In her work, Marie Salcedo Horn examines the relationship between humans and the “More-than-Human”. A central question is what understanding of nature we have. Her own physicality and materiality serve as an anchor for her sculptural investigations. This always leads her to the question: How does it feel? The objects in the installations are meant to be touched and lingered on. Through the tactile experience, questions of connection, having a body and being a body are dealt with on a different level.

    Vernissage | Saturday, 4 May 2024, 15:00
    With performance
    Welcoming address: Dr. Friedrich Meschede (Chairman of the Bernhard Heiliger Foundation)

    Finissage | Monday, 20 May 2024, 15:00
    With food intervention

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