TORTOISE | mixed media on fabriano | Mischtechnik | new works by | Wolfgang in der Wiesche

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© ww 2019 | TORTOISE | Mischtechnik auf Fabriano | mixed media on Fabriano | 70 x 100 cm | 06/2019

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Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) and Wilke Atelier, Verein zur Kunstförderung e.V., Bremerhaven | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up) | ausgewählt als/selected “Artist of the Week/Day” by curator Aurora Garrison @  saatchi art (11/2018)

oder nehmen Sie Kontakt mit mir auf | or contact me directly | xtend.ww [at] t-online.de

About xtendedline
freelance painter, photographer, media artist as well as composer of music for experimental film, documentary, experimental theatre and performance art, independent projects // freischaffend als Maler, Grafiker, Fotograf, Medienkünstler und als Komponist und Musiker für Experimentalfilm, Dokumentarfilm, experimentelles Theater und Performance, freie Projekte

2 Responses to TORTOISE | mixed media on fabriano | Mischtechnik | new works by | Wolfgang in der Wiesche

  1. MJ Seal says:

    Your pieces are always like a little universe all their own- 😊

  2. xtendedline says:

    it’s all in the viewer’s mind… 😉 – thank you!!

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