Halle LinX, Berlin 2013

“Besonderes und Merkwürdiges aus meiner Sammlung”

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Halle LinX, Goertzhoefe Holsteinische Strasse, Berlin 2013
Curated by Dr. Ulrike Oppelt

As can be seen the work of PRW is based on a deconstructive principle.
With the use of very different forms of expression he achieves that the individual
viewer in the exhibition always have access to a starting point – a red tread –
to read the entire exhibition as there will be almost always one of the works,
which relates to the viewer’s previous pattern of perception. This makes it possible
to decode the entire exhibition as one work mirrors or reflects the other.

Read the whole description of the artworks: here

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Article in Fyens Stiftstidende – in Danish..

Article in Fyns Stiftstidende (in Danish)

Iben Friis Jensen made an interview with me about moving to Berlin:
Read it: here

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“Berlin Smiles” Performance CUT festival 2013

“Berlin Smiles” Performance CUT festival 2013

As part of CUT International Performance Festival – Part of Month of Performance in Berlin,
I made the Performance “Berlin Smiles” With the handscanner I scanned peoples smiles for
an hour in front of RAW-tempel in Berlin. You see the result in Berlin Smiles May 2013.

“A Smile is a CUT in the Face/Grey” – PRWeile

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Adapted Surroundings #5 2013

Adapted Surroundings #5 – 2013

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Clausen Grafisk – Cikorievej, Odense, Denmark

This Artwork deals with the values of the printing company, and is situated in the main entrance.
This is what meets you when you arrive at the company for the first time.

  • A text in felt – AN/ZU kunft
  • A ceramic relief – an interpretation of roll ends and paper
  • A sculpture of mixed media – an unexpected meeting
  • A digital photograph – a photographic painting manufactured at Clausen Grafisk
  • A text on the wall – YOU ARE HERE NOW
  • A paraphrase on the company with a good sturdy craft / tradition, but at the same time, innovative, and with the latest technology, and the latest trends.
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in 3D RED/blue performance for CUT-festival – Berlin, May 2013

In 3D – RED/blue

In 3D – Red/blue is an experiment that works with our experience of space and perception.

As commonly known, the human being, when moving around we are constructing the world in three dimensions. Our ability to watch a three-dimensional image on a film screen, a television screen or a computer screen, i.e. on a two-dimensional surface, is due to the fact that each eye  receives its own slightly modified signal. Basically, it is the same way we are able to percept. Because our eyes are placed with a little distance from each other and the brain gets two different perceptions with slightly different views it is possible for us to simulate depth by varying the difference between the signals to our two eyes.

Today the film screen, the television screen and the computer screen are so inseparable parts of our society and everyday life and many of us don’t think about our way to perceive, the fact that it is an optical illusion and not reality.

In the performance “in 3D – Red/blue” the above mentioned issues are questioned in a playful and slightly ironical way.

Traditionally the 3D glasses are used to create depth in images i.e. two-dimensional plane. The illusion of depth in the anaglyphen system is created when a scene consisting of both red and blue, is viewed through red and blue (cyan) glasses.

But what happens when the two-dimensional world is replaced by a three-dimensional reality? What happens when the audience is given a pair of 3D glasses and through the two-colored glass look at a physical space full of red and blue balloons?

Will the viewing experience/perception become flat? What does the negation of the negation?

Those are the questions that “ in 3D – Red/blue” will examine in close relation to a participating audience.

A space is filled up with red and blue balloons, half of them with helium, the other half with air.

Three woman painted with red/blue latex are placed in the space full of balloons.

The audience will enter the space, a maximum of 5 people at a time. The rest has to wait outside and can view the room from outside.

All are supplied with 3D anaglyphen-glasses.

 

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Newsletter February 2013

Newsletter February 2013

Dear Friends

Have a view on what I did last year – and what you can expect in 2013.

Download here: Newsletter PRW 2013

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Poul R. Weile – the Book

Poul R. Weile – The Book   


Check out Poul R. Weiles work in his new book:
Buy it at Amazon.de.
Køb den på Odense Bys Museer.
Læs anmeldelsen på Kunstavisen.dk.


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Happy new year!

Happy new year!   


New year, new beginning, new artworks.


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Major update!

Major update!   

Alot of pictures has been published.
Specially pay attention to 2005, in my opinion a very interesting year. – Liv Elinor


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Biography published!

Biography published!   

Anne Christiansens text about Poul R. Weile is now released under “Biography”

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