This gallery contains 12 photos.
In June 2016 there was a group exhibition of work at Brackwede District Library, NRW, Germany. The show developed out of the LFTT Libraries ongoing residency at Artists Unlimited, Bielefeld under the care of Angelika Höger. Artist and Illustrator Vera Brüggeman chose a bi-lingual gaelic-english book on Irish language composition to respond to with witty …
Since June 2015, the artist Angelika Höger of Artists Unlimited has taken care of a selection of the library, which consists of “cultural instructions”, specially for Bielefeld. This special collection includes books on natural sciences and gardening, practical instruction manuals and modern self-help literature. For almost a year now, artists from Bielefeld have been dealing with the library, expanding its potential for meaning and opening it to for experimental readings.
In May 2016 The LFTT Library was invited to programme an exhibition and series of events at Brackwede District Library as part of ‘lAb’ (www.lab-artistsunlimited.de) an ongoing project of curator Anna Jehle. This invitation was a welcome opportunity to showcase the development of the work. The project was a collaboration between Brackwede District library as host, the Bielefeld Artist Association Artists Unlimited (inc. Angelika Höger) and The LFTT Library. The invited artists were; Vera Brüggemann, Viola Friedrich, Helen Horgan, Angelika Höger, Antje Löbel, Gabriele Undine Meyer and Hildegard Nattebrede. During the exhibition in the District library the selection was open to the public and a number of events took place including a performance by Oona Kastner and Markus Schwartze