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  • We’ve got time | Schloss Ringenberg Symposion von/ festival by Stefanie Humbert & Stephanie Noach

    “We’ve got time” is a one-day festival taking place at Schloss Ringenberg in which we collectively reflect upon and experiment with issues concerning the refusal of work, protest and laziness within the art world. It follows on the exhibition “I would prefer not to” which took place at Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam SMBA this spring.…

  • “WE” Anne Pöhlmann & Diango Hernández talking about lonelyfingers at Kunstverein Nürnberg. 22nd. April 2014, 7pm

    lonelyfingers founders Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández open a conversation about the reasons why they decided to create an online platform for artists. We artists create “things” that haunt us for the rest of our lives. They are the living proofs of our developments, understandings and also our mistakes. The objects we have created function…

  • 36 comments on finds A conversation with Otelo M. Fabião

    As a result of Otelo M. Fabião’s collaboration with lonelyfingers and with the contribution of Clages, Cologne has been published 36 comments on finds, an extensive conversation between Otelo M. Fabião, Nuno Faria, James G. Campbell, Diango Hernández, Laetitia Laguzet, Anne Pöhlmann and Timotheus Vermeulen. You can read here the entire conversation here.

  • Sunday conversations lonelyfingers programme at Museum Abteiberg

    The Sunday conversations programme is a series of artist presentations at Museum Abteiberg in which lonelyfingers artists along with coffee and cake unfold their fascinating stories. The programme focuses mainly on the role that objects and inspirational triggers have in the artist creative process. Running from the 17th of March until the 2nd of June…

  • Glen Rubsamen lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    Lonelyfingers presents a lecture by Glen Rubsamen as the last Sunday conversation at Museum Abteiberg. Glen Rubsamen is an American artist currently living and working in Los Angeles. His artistic practice evolves around landscape painting that reflects on the mutations of plant life in human built environments. For the lonelyfingers Konversationsstücke exhibition he contributed various…

  • Daniel Barroca lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    Daniel Barroca is an artist currently living and working between Portugal and Denmark. For his participation in the Sunday Conversations program Barroca talks about ‘The important is to link the head to the hand’ – a long term project of his in which drawings, images and texts evolve into an imaginary notebook. Fascinating images and…

  • Jaroslaw Flicinski lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    Jarosław Fliciński is a painter currently living and working in Portugal and Poland. For his participation in the next Sunday Conversations program Fliciński talks about a small package that he sent from Portugal to lonelyfingers in Düsseldorf. The contents of the package and its connections with Fliciński ‘s works will be unfolded by the artist…

  • Rita McBride lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    Public Finds: Middle Manager Hide and Seek (56 stanzas on the mitigating circumstances surrounding the secret life of middle managers in our cities) Rita McBride plays a visual and verbal game of hide and seek while investigating the mysterious properties of system management control boxes on the street. Sunday, April 21st, 4:00 pm Museum Abteiberg…

  • Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    lonelyfingers founders Anne Pöhlmann and Diango Hernández open a conversation about the reasons why they decided to create an online platform for artists. For this third Sunday conversation Pöhlmann and Hernández tell us the story behind lonelyfingers and its future plans and ideas. ‘lonelyfingers functions as an ubiquitous door that gives us access to particular…

  • Tom Sloan and Jade Niklai lonelyfingers Sunday conversations programme at Museum Abteiberg

    The conversation focuses on the role of found objects in Tom Sloan’s practice. Its theme and structure are based on a selection of Finds presented in the exhibition lonelyfingers. Konversationsstucke. These Finds belong to an ongoing research and production project entitled ‘Stories from Central Europe’, which Tom Sloan began in 2011 as Blood Mountain Foundation’s…