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Inge Dick
The Colours of Light

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  • Inge Dick, sommer licht weiss 2013/42, 2013
  • Inge Dick, autumn light white, 2020/25b, 2020
  • Inge Dick, autumn light white, 2012/20, 2012
  • Exhibition view, Inge Dick. The Colours of Light, 2022
  • Exhibition view, Inge Dick. The Colours of Light, 2022
  • Exhibtion view, Inge Dick. The Colours of Light, 2022

Making light and the colour of light visible with painterly, photographic, and filmic means is the mission Austrian artist Inge Dick (b. 1941) has devoted her life’s work to. 


At the focus of this exhibition is the fourpart project jahres licht weiss (2012 – 2015)”. In this seasonal work, the artist explores the multifaceted nature of light in a manner that is both experimental and, in a manner of speaking, poetical. With four digital films she makes visible the changes in the intensity and the colour of light that occur in the course of a year. These digital films form the basis for the ensuing artistic selection process whose results are the photo works shown at the Lentos. The chromatic multiplicity of these works lends an immediate presence to the colour induced changes in the atmospheric mood in the course of a year, changes that are uniquely determined by the rhythm of, and the variations in, the times of day and the influence of nature.


Inge Dick is one of the most renowned exponents of Austrian contemporary art. For the unrivalled position she holds in experimental photography and film she has been awarded many prizes, such as the Österreichischer Kunstpreis für Fotografie in 2020.


In cooperation with: Museum für Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt and RAUM SCHROTH im Museum Wilhelm Morgner, Soest

Cooperation

In cooperation with: Museum für Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt and RAUM SCHROTH im Museum Wilhelm Morgner, Soest

Publication

A richly illustrated catalog with text contributions by Ralf Christofori, Stefan Gronert, Marie-Luise Heske, Martin Hochleitner, Tobias Hoffmann, Ruth Horak, Hubert Nitsch, Gerda Ridler, Brigitte Reutner-Doneus and Simone Schimpf has been published by Hirmer Verlag to accompany the exhibition. In German with English summary; 278 pages, € 41.100

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