Photo: Christoph Medicus
December 07, 2021
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In this episode, we turn for the third and last time to the program “Max – Artists in Residence at Schools,” an aesthetic education project of the Stiftung Brandenburger Tor that the Schering Stiftung has supported for two years. After the Carl-Humann Elementary School in Berlin in 2020, the Schering Stiftung supports the residency of artist Christoph Medicus at the Evangelische Schule in Neuruppin in 2021.
In the podcast, Christoph Medicus talks about artworks in the schoolyard and the moments of surprise and irritation they trigger in the students. He discusses the opportunities and challenges that working at a school brings for an artist, and reports on his dream of forming an aesthetically working collective together with the students, who conceive and realize artworks collaboratively.
Moderation: Christina Landbrecht
Episode 8: Max – Artists in Residence: Interview with Chrisoph MedicusVisit the media library
In cooperation with the Stiftung Brandenburger Tor, the Schering Stiftung supports artists' residences at elementary schools in Brandenburg.Learn more
Christoph Medicus combines objects, examines materials for their semantic possibilities, and delights in situational coincidences and installative encounters. These never-quite-completed processes of discovery are accompanied by an exploration of the limits of craftsmanship.Close
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