Curator Stephanie Trujillo speaks with Exhibitions Coordinator Cléa Massiani and Visual Arts Instructor Eric Larson from the studio Creativity Explored (San Francisco, California, USA). The first recording (Teil 1) is a tour through the exhibition, the museum shop and the studio spaces. The second recording (Teil 2) is a discussion about the collaboration between Kunsthaus Kannen and Creativity Explored and the current circumstances of the studios during the Corona Virus pandemic.
This short film shows highlights from the 2x2 Forum 2013 from the perspective of the participating studio Project Ability from Glasgow, Scotland. This includes interviews with the exhibitors, artists and art director Lisa Inckmann. All rights reserved by Project Ability.
The international art fair "2x2 Forum for Outsider Art" took place in October 2011 for the second time in Kunsthaus Kannen. The trailer shows an overview of the atmosphere of the art fair. The complete 20 minute film will be presented as a DVD supplement to the book and will be available in May in the Kunsthaus or through online ordering.
Film/ Video: Filmwerkstatt Münster
In cooperation with: Winfried Bettmer
Camera: Christian Peters
Kunsthaus Kanne Trailer
by Tobias Weil
The museum, situated on the rural grounds of the Alexianer Campus, unites a gallery, studios, archive, reference library and a museum shop under one roof.
The Kunsthaus Kannen is known for its annual selling exhibition at the end of each year, the art fair "2x2 Forum for Outsider Art", exhibitions exploring themes between Outsider art and contemporary art, and of course the artists and residents who create work in the studio spaces and are reprsented in the collection.
Together with the Sculpture Project of Münster 2007, Kunsthaus Kannen worked together with „nicky-bilder“ and the Filmwerkstatt Münster on an animation film. The thoughtful and emotional connections between the artists of Kunsthaus Kannen and their respective sculptures are presented in a playful, artistic way. Inspired by artwork, Nilolaus Hillebrand develops animated images, in which the artworks gain individual momentum as light as a feather. The way he deals with the given conditions and objects is subtly humorous. The formation of the animated film was documented by Ulrike Behnen. She created close-up portraits of the participiating artists. The project was sponsored by the Kulturstiftung der Sparkasse Münster.