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Kunstverein Würzburg, Würzburg, 13. Oktober - 13. November 2022
I Feel Like A Dancer, A Choreographer, A Pianist
Opening 12. Oktober 2022, 7 pm

In her solo exhibition "I feel like a dancer, a choreographer, a pianist", Katja Pudor shows a complex of drawings that are the result
of an intensive examination of complex processes of reception and transfer and see themselves as seismographic traces of these
processes. For Pudor, drawing is the medium that makes visible the condensation of experienced time, the recording of the momentary
present, which is passing and has become the past, in the sense of setting traces on paper.

Pudor, Kunstverein Würzburg
Katja Pudor, Still, Beethoven, Piano Sonata Nr. 14, 2021
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for you and your customers, Saarbrücken, 7. September 2022 - 26. Januar 2023
Über das Hören und Zuhören und die sich daraus ergebenden Handlungsmöglichkeiten
Opening 6. September 2022, 6 pm

Introduction Dr. Mona Stocker, Collection Manager Graphics, Saarlandmuseum.
Curator Veronique Verdet guides through the 56th exhibition of for you and your customers,
which features sound-based works by artist Katja Pudor.

Pudor, Performance, 2022 Pudor, Performance, 2022
Katja Pudor, Über das Hören und Zuhören und die sich daraus ergebenden Handlungsmöglichkeiten
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MaHalla, Berlin, 14. - 18. September 2022
HUMAN ELECTRICITY II _CONNECT / RECONNECT
curated by Almut Hüfler and Ralf Schmerberg
Opening: 14. September 2022, 18pm

Artists: Amer Al Akel I Araba Ankuma I Fiona Bennett I Stephanie Bothor I Mina Buker I Kirstin Burckhardt I Caratoes I barbara caveng I Jeroen Cremers
Louis Durra I Paula Elion I Matthias Fritsch I Edith Held I Huni Kuin Tribe I Lisa Junghanß I Maria Kassab I Andy Kassier I Lili & Jesko I Thomas Lüer
Nancy Nasser Al Deen I Katja Pudor I Stefan Ihmig I Music Ashram I Kiss Nuka I Sebastian Pielles I Resorb I Palina Ringe I Sophus Ritto I Maja Rohwetter
Ralf Schmerberg I Selassie I Bettina Semmer I Babette Semmer I Tomomi Senda I Bernhard Vierling I Lena Voutta&Thoas Lindner/The Other Gods
Gordon W. I Saskia Wendland I Toni Wirthmüller I Yanek & Kohle I Ella Ziegler I Tina Zimmermann


Pudor, HUMAN ELECTRICITY II _CONNECT / RECONNECT, 2022
Katja Pudor, State of the world reports. The world flows through me. I am the world too, 2022
Multipart drawing performance, ink on paper, 4,50 m x 50 m
Foto: Egon Hoecker
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Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin, 3. September - 30. Oktober 2022
Worin unsere Stärke besteht - Fünfzig Künstlerinnen aus der DDR
kuratiert von Andrea Pichl
Opening: 2. September 2022, 5 - 10pm

Künstlerinnen: Tina Bara I Ina Bierstedt I Antje Blumenstein I Peggy Buth I Nadja Buttendorf I Yvon Chabrowski I Annedore Dietze I Künstlerinnengruppe Erfurt
Else Gabriel I Katrin Glanz I Henriette Grahnert I Jana Gunstheimer I Sabine Herrmann I Elke Hopfe I Margret Hoppe I Beate Hornig I Uta Hünniger I Lisa Junghanß
Christina Kral I Betina Kuntzsch I Ulrike Kuschel I Alex Lebus I Ingeborg Lockemann I Wiebke Loeper I Jana Müller I Ulrike Mundt I Henrike Naumann/Susanne Rische
Helga Paris I Andrea Pichl I Katja Pudor I Franziska Reinbothe I Inken Reinert I Sabine Reinfeld I Sophie Reinhold I Ricarda Roggan I Jenny Rosemeyer I Christine Schlegel
Luise Schrüder I Wenke Seemann I Gabriele Stötzer I Erika Stürmer-Alex I Anett Stuth I Ulrike Theusner, Manuela Warstat I Suse Weber I Saskia Wendland I Kristin Wenzel
Eva Wilde I Karla Woisnitza/Ingartan I Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt

Pudor, Worin unsere Stärke besteht, 2022

Programm
8. September, 19 Uhr, Jana Hensel im Gespräch mit Andrea Pichl und Else Gabriel
22. September, 19 Uhr, "The Dark Side of the GDR" - Szenische Lesung mit Grit Diaz de Arce und Bibiana Malay
29. September, 19 Uhr, Katharina Warda liest aus "Der Ort, aus dem ich komme, heißt Dunkeldeutschland"
6. Oktober, 19 Uhr, Filmscreening "Fünf Sterne", D 2017, Regie: Annekatrin Hendel
13. Oktober, 19 Uhr, Filmscreening "Partisan", D 2018, Regie: Adama Ulrich, Lutz Pehnert, Matthias Ehlert
20. Oktober, 19 Uhr, Katja Lange-Müller liest aus "Drehtür"
30. Oktober, 19 Uhr, Filmscreening "Im Stillen laut", D 2019, Regie: Therese Koppe, und Gespräch mit Therese Koppe, Erika Stürmer-Alex
und Christine Müller-Stosch
Zu jeder Veranstaltung findet jeweils um 18 Uhr eine Führung mit Andrea Pichl durch die Ausstellung statt.


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BcmA, Berlin, 1. - 27. August 2022
enclosed space
Curated by Kai Richter
Opening: Monday, August 1, 2022, 6pm

Artists: Jessica Buhlmann I Nanett Dietz I Christophoros Doulgeris I Alexandra Marati I Robin Merkisch I Katja Pudor I Kai Richter

Architecture considered to be the oldest of all arts always stood the most important and pragmatic role of them all. One of architecture′s duties is to stand as a platform for exhibiting other art mediums. In "Enclosed Space" artists reverse its role. In the neutral space of white cube artists explore its fundamental elements and tasks by creating their own vision of them. Some exhibited artworks modify elements hidden in the building′s flesh, other works present ready–made building elements that change their meaning and give a new perspective in the white cube space. Part of the exhibition is created by new forms that by material and form connect themselves to architecture, but by their composition and malfunctioning form present rather its opposition. Some of the presented artworks get the inspiration from architecture′s repetitiveness and reproducibility by using its elements as geometrical decorative patterns which could be placed close to Bauhaus aesthetics.
Presented forms include sound installation, sculpture, 3D architectural models, digital painting space intervention, ready–made, photographs and site specific temporal architecture sculpture that question defined ways of architecture.

Opening hours: Thursdays, Fridays: 5pm - 8pm, Saturday: by appointment

Pudor, Diagonalmatrix, 2022
Katja Pudor, Diagonalmatrix, 2022, acrylic on rope, carabiner, screw hook

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ZAK Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst, Berlin, 7. May - 21. August 2022
Über die Zeichnung hinaus / Beyond drawing
Contemporary drawing in Berlin

Artists: Sonja Alhäuser I Anke Becker I Matthias Beckmann I Laura Bruce I Claudia Busching I DAG I Jorn Ebner I Myriam El Haïk I Kati Gausmann I Bjørn Hegardt
Hanna Hennenkemper I Timo Herbst I Peter Hock I Birgit Hölmer I Hannes Kater I Mark Lammert I Pia Linz I Petra Lottje I Leon Manoloudakis I Nanne Meyer
Ulrike Mohr I Tomoko Mori I Alex Müller I Bettina Munk I Kazuki Nakahara I Manfred Peckl I Christian Pilz I Katja Pudor I Bodo Rott I Fiene Scharp / Christian
Schellenberger I Nadja Schöllhammer I Michael Schultze I Heidi Sill I Malte Spohr I Beate Terfloth I Peter Torp I Nicole Wendel I Majla Zeneli I Julia Ziegler
and Anonyme Zeichner/Anke Becker I Fukt Magazine/Bjørn Hegardt I Lines Fiction/Bettina Munk I paperfile/oqbo I Towards Sound/Fleeting Archive/Ruth Wiesenfeld

Curated by Matthias Beckmann and Katja Pudor

Pudor, ZAK Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst
Manfred Peckl / Katja Pudor
Shaking, brushing, scratching, pulling, holding, turning, croaking, singing, rolling, setting, folding, jumping, pouring, tilting, scraping, sounding
Foto: Katrin Werner


Exhibition program
Opening Friday, May 6, 2022
Performance: Manfred Peckl / Katja Pudor, Shaking, brushing, scratching, pulling, holding, turning, croaking, singing, rolling, setting, folding, jumping, pouring, tilting, scraping, sounding

Thursday, June 2, 2022, 6 pm
Guided tour and talk with the curators Matthias Beckmann and Katja Pudor

Thursday, June 9, 2022, 7 pm
Panel discussion: "Beyond the drawing?" With: Matthias Beckmann, Christopher Breu (Hegenbarth Sammlung Berlin), Dr. Jenny Graser, Museum of Prints and Drawings of the National Museums in Berlin, Bettina Munk (lines fiction), Katja Pudor // Moderation: Ralf F. Hartmann

Thursday, June 23, 2022, 6 pm
Guided tour and talk with the curators Matthias Beckmann and Katja Pudor

Friday, June 24, 2022, 6 pm
Performance night, Myriam El Haïk, Il était une fois ...
Jorn Ebner, Control Set for the Heart of the Sun

Sunday, July 17, 2022, 5 pm
(N)ON SITE BODIES
Nicole Wendel & Jan Burkhardt (concept), Aleksandra Demina, Tamora Dinklage, Natacha Hüfken, Sergio Montferrer Vazquez, Hannah Reena Reif, Mohamed Ben Salah, Josefine Luka Simonsen, Emma Stacey

Sonntag, August 21, 2022, 5 pm
Finissage

The exhibition Über die Zeichnung hinaus shows the abundance of current drawing positions in Berlin: exuberant pictorial narrative and strict reduction, figuration and abstraction, documentation and site inspection, illusion and its suspension, the microscopic and the generous, drawing as performance, in books, in space or in animation film. Whether on paper or in combination with other media, drawing goes beyond itself and crosses borders. The Berlin drawing scene also includes project spaces, magazines, networks and websites that deal with drawing and its expansion. Exemplarily, some of these projects present themselves in the exhibition.

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PAK Palais für Aktuelle Kunst, Glückstadt, 22. May - 10. July 2022
Hannes Norberg / Katja Pudor
Geradezu in den Raum hinein / Straight into the space
Opening: Sunday, May 22, 2022, 2:30pm

Performance: About hearing and listening and the possible actions that follow.
Katja Pudor writes and overwrites. Her drawings and performances illustrate her questions about the relationships between the present and the recent past,
between presence and absence.

Pudor, PAK Palais für Aktuelle Kunst, Geradezu in den Raum hinein
Katja Pudor, About hearing and listening and the possible actions that follow, 2022, ink on paper

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Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, 4. - 19. October 2021
Mise en Scéne
Artists: Jessica Buhlmann I Ingeborg Dammann-Arndt I Heike Gallmeier I Katja Pudor I Michael Schultze
Anke Völk I Daniela Wesenberg
Soft Opening Friday, 3. December 2021, 6 - 9 pm,
Performance: Katja Pudor "Between the Words I am. I hear what YOU saw. / Sound "falling into place"
composed by Ruth Wiesenfeld

Pudor, Künstlerhaus Sootbörn

Katja Pudor "Between the Words I am. I hear what YOU saw.
With the sound "falling into place" composed by Ruth Wiesenfeld

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Publication
I FEEL LIKE A DANCER, A CHOREOGRAPHER, A PIANIST

This publication shows a complex of drawings that are the result of an intensive examination of complex processes of reception and transfer and are understood as seismographic traces of these processes. In her works, Katja Pudor deals with the theme of "time" and creates palimpsest-like spaces of overlapping structures of thought and action. For Pudor, drawing is the medium that, in the sense of setting traces on paper, makes visible the condensation of experienced time, the recording of the momentary present that is passing and has become the past. Essays by Ines Lindner and Jan-Philipp Frühsorge.
Published by Revolver Publishing

Pudor, Revolver Publishing Pudor, Revolver Publishing

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alte feuerwache, projektraum, Berlin, 21. August - 3. October 2021
I Feel Like A Dancer, A Choreographer, A Pianist
Opening 20. August 2021, 7 pm

In her solo exhibition "I feel like a dancer, a choreographer, a pianist", Katja Pudor shows a complex of drawings that are the result
of an intensive examination of complex processes of reception and transfer and see themselves as seismographic traces of these
processes. For Pudor, drawing is the medium that makes visible the condensation of experienced time, the recording of the momentary
present, which is passing and has become the past, in the sense of setting traces on paper.

Finissage 1. October, 7pm, Performance by Katja Pudor and Theo Nabicht (Bass Clarinet / Soprano Saxophone)
I hear what you see, you see what I don't hear
[more]

Pudor, alte feuerwache Pudor, alte feuerwache

Katja Pudor, I feel like a dancer, a choreographer, a pianist, 2021
Fotos: Carsten Eisfeld
[more]

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Galerie Vincenz Sala, Berlin, 21. August - 17. September 2021
Les Écrits
Opening 21. August, 6pm
Artists: Myriam El HaÏk I Isidore Hibou I Katja Pudor I Pierre Sportolaro I Saskia Wendland I Isabel Zuber

Die durch die Kulturtechnik der Handschrift konditionierte Physis findet sich beim Nachgehen des Geschriebenen unvermittelt in einer Welt feinmotorischen Schon-Verständigt-seins. Ein Einstimmen und Mitklingen, das auf die im prozeduralen Gedächtnis eingeschliffenen Automatismen der eigenen Hand Bezug hat. Und man fragt sich, wie für diese Art Zeichnung Roland Barthes berühmte Frage zum romantischen Lied zu reformulieren wäre. Die lautete: "Was singt mir, der ich höre, in meinem Körper das Lied?" [more] Katja Pudor, Direkte Auktion
Katja Pudor, about appropriation I / II, 2021, fountain pen on paper

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WECHSELRAUM, Chemnitz, 28. / 29. August 2021
Artists: Matthias Beckmann I Bèla Bender I Hannah del Mestre I Florian Dombois I Dana Engfer I Ulrike Feibig I Alice Goudsmit I Lukas Kleinert
Mandy Knospe I Ulrike Mohr I Olaf Nikolai I Katja Pudor I Max Sudhues I Anna Till I Nicole Wendel

Am 28. und 29.08.2021, SAMSTAG 11-23 UHR und SONNTAG 9-21 UHR, findet in einer ehemaligen Gießerei in Chemnitz das Projekt W E C H S E L R A U M
statt. Es zeigt das zeitgenössische künstlerische Potential von Kohle an einem historischen Industriestandort. Die Ausstellung lebt von der Gemeinschaft von
Aufführenden und ihrem Publikum. Visuell fragmentarisch, verdichten sich verschiedenen Ebenen von Wahrnehmung, Kommunikation, Räumlichkeit und Zeitlichkeit
zu einem neuen Ganzen.


Katja Pudor, Wechselraum_Chemnitz_2021

Wechselraum @Chemnitz, 2021
[more]

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loop - raum für aktuelle kunst @ B-Part, Berlin, 9. July - 28. August 2021
Images of Architecture I Zu einem neuen Ganzen
Opening 8. June 2021
Artists: Charlotte Bastian I Louise Bristow I Susanne Bürner I Laure Catugier I Frank Coldewey I Juliane Duda I Evol I Till Exit
Haus-Rucker-Co I Vanessa Henn I Ofra Lapid I Ronny Lichtenberg I Axel Lieber I Andrea Pichl I Katja Pudor I Thomas Ravens
Henry Wegener I Sinta Werner I Stephen Willats _curated by Rüdiger Lange


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frontviews_berlin, 26. June - 17. July 2021
CHARTA #1 _Movement and Space

Opening 25. June 2020, 2 - 9 pm
Artists: Vanessa Enriquez I Timo Herbst I Katja Pudor I Andreas Schmid I Esther Stocker & Anna-Maria Bogner
curated by Jan-Philipp Frühsorge and Stephan Klee

Pudor, Frontviews at HAUNT

My Sacred own Space, 2021, 4-piece installation, graphite pencils on paper

Without a space for ourselves we are not able to be ourselves, a simple and profound observation, formulated by the writer Virginia Woolf
and adopted by Katja Pudor as the starting idea for her installation. A sacred space, a cell of creative seclusion. Pudor imagines herself in this
space of reflection and production, drawing on large-format sheets that hang from the ceiling here like fragile protective covers, skins or walls
of a fragile dwelling, a space in space emerges, mobile and fragile. A spiritual space, with traces of physical presence.

[more]

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frontviews_berlin, 30. April - 19. June 2021
Concrete #2 _Snitches get stitches
Artists: Bretz Holliger I Jessica Buhlmann I Stella Geppert I Birgit Hölmer & Marc Klee I Timo Herbst I Yala Juchmann &
Kathrin Köster I Thorsten A. Kasper I Alana Lake I Ulrike Mohr I Susanne Roewer I Katja Pudor & Sophia Schama
Raul Walch I Nicole Wendel I Christof Zwiener

Pudor, Frontviews at HAUNT

Sophia Schama I Katja Pudor, Ihr Haus, Acryl on plexiglas foil, 2 pieces 3 m x 1,50, 2021

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Galerie Vincenz Sala, 12. December 2020 - 15. May 2021
XL/XS
Artists: Bettina Allamoda I Fritz Balthaus I Alice Dittmar I Ursula Döbereiner I Knut Eckstein I Myriam El Haik, Adib Fricke I Bernhard Garbert I Stella Geppert I Harriet Groß I Ulla Hahn I Hans Hemmert I Jochen Hendricks I Isidore Hibou I Marianna Ignataki I Natalia Jaime-Cortez I Hendrik Krawen I Käthe Kruse I Axel Lieber I Christiane Seiffert I Haleh Redjaian I Tilo Riedel I Marc Rossignol I Nina Schuiki I Pierre Sportolaro I Barbara Steppe I Benedikt Terwiel I Richard van der Aa I Saskia Wendland I Georg Zey I Edouard Boyer I Frank Coldewey I Martin Decleve I Christel Fetzer I Andreas Koch I Katja Pudor I Tanja Smit I Barbara Wille I Nicole Wendel I Peter Wüthrich I Isabel Zuber

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Haus der Statistik, Berlin, 10. / 11. October 2020
W E C H S E L R A U M
Artists: Matthias Beckmann I Florian Dombois I Dana Engfer I Alice Goudsmit I Lukas Kleinert I Hannah del Mestre
Ulrike Mohr I Katja Pudor I Jasmin Schaitl I Friederike Schäfer I Anna Schäffler I Max Sudhues I Manuel Strube I Nicole Wendel

WECHSELRAUM is part of "Raum für Netzwerke und Solidarität", curated by Sarie Nijboer and Vincent Schier

Pudor, Collage
Slot by Ulrike Mohr and Katja Pudor, Performance

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Artbox Dresden - Ort für aktuelle Kunst, 26. September - 8. November 2020
from now for the day after tomorrow.
Opening 25. September 2020, 7pm

Pudor, Collage Pudor, Collage

Katja Pudor, from now for the day after tomorrow, ink on different papers, 2,80 x 2,70 m, 2020

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POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair, 10. - 13. September 2020
oqbo I paperfile #16
Artists: Tobias Heine I Mareike Jacobi I Matthias Kanter I Jürgen Kellig I Alex Koch
Gesa Lange I Angela Lubic I Gerhard Martini I Patrick Niemann I Katja Pudor I Tilo Riedel


Urania Universum, 2018
Urania Universum, 2018


Katja Pudor, Urania Universum #62 / #63, 2020
Soft vinyl printing from multiple plates on book pages

[more]


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frontviews_berlin, 6. - 26. September 2020
Where the Trees have Numbers
Opening 5. September, 7pm
Artists: Dafni Barbageorgopoulou I Carsten Becker I Willem Besselink I Mit Borras I Kirstin Burkhard I Timo Herbst
Bretz / Holliger I Despina Flessa I Stella Geppert I Mariana Ignataki I Pius Fox I Thorsten Alexander Kasper
Marc Klee I Kathrin Köster I Alana Lake I Katja Pudor I Nicole Wendel I Saskia Wendland I Tilman Wendland


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Haus am Lützowplatz, Studiogalerie, Berlin, 30. August - 20. September 2020
0+255
Opening 29. August, 7pm
Artists: Gabriele Basch I Ursula Döbereiner I Ricarda Hoop I Gesa Lange I Kanta Kimura I Katja Pudor
Andrea van Reimersdahl I Sophia Schama I Tilman Wendland I Paul Wesenberg

Clearance space, 2020
clearance space, 2020


Katja Pudor, Clearance Space #11 I #26, 2020
Soft Vinyl Printing from one Plate on Hi-Tech Paper, each 32 x 22 cm

[more]


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Deutscher Künstlerbund, Berlin, 13. March - 26. June 2020
NORTH BY NORTHEAST
A graphic-performative dialogue in which the relationship between movement, space and time is reframed by the line
Initiated by Katja Pudor and Nicole Wendel

Opening 12. March 2020, 7pm
Artists: Nikolaus Gansterer I Stella Geppert I Katja Pudor I Christian Schellenberger I Nicole Wendel I Saskia Wendland
Artist Talk 30. April 2020, 7pm with Dr. Angela Lammert, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

The exhibition sets a course for the elementary forms of drawing. Based on an understanding of the body as an instrument for seismographic recording and as an intelligent storage medium for complex knowledge, NORTH BY NORTHEAST explores central issues in drawing: Which stimuli and conditions are relevant for drawing processes? What part do physical action and movement play? What is the role of chance and how is temporality visibly inscribed into the drawing?

Pudor, Collage
© Saskia Wendland, 2020

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Publication
PROTOCOLS

This publikation presents a complex of drawings that are the result of the artist's intensive examination with complex processes of
reception and transfer and are understood as seismographic traces of these processes. Essays by Birgit Effinger and Helen Verran.
Published by DISTANZ Verlag

Katja Pudor, Published by DISTANZ Verlag
Katja Pudor, Protocols, 2020