with Matylda Krzykowski & Ken Johnson (MnDOT)
Pischel invites designer and curator Matylda Krzykowski and traffic engineer Ken Johnson to discuss the various connotations and associations of the traffic roundabout in the framework of his current exhibition Commission Roundabout.
Matylda Krzykowski is a curator, designer, art director, scenographer, advisor and educator focusing on collaborative and performative projects in physical and digital space. She is the current Mitchell Visiting Professor at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture and Designed Objects, as well as founding member and artistic director of Depot Basel – place for contemporary design, Switzerland.
Ken Johnson is a State Work Zone, Pavement Marking & Product Evaluation Engineer at the Minnesota Office of Traffic Engineering.
Related ProjectAlbrecht Pischel
Albrecht Pischel (born in Meißen/East Germany) lives and works in Berlin/Germany.
His conceptual art practice comprises photography, film, installation, ready-mades, sound, and performance and aims at the transgression of boundaries between disparate mediums, genres, and cultures.
The often self-referential works playfully reflect on the conditions of the medium in use and the institutional and cultural framework that governs the perception and codes of art and its displays.
In Pischel’s carefully staged anachronisms obsolete technologies experience an unexpected return. At times he incorporates other artists’ works in his projects thus opening up the confines of individual authorship.
His past solo shows include Exile Gallery Berlin (2018), Goethe Institute Bangkok (2017) and Helga Maria Klosterfelde Edition Berlin (2015),
Recently, Pischel was artist-in-residence at the German Center for Venetian studies in Venice.