Opening: Gravitational Assertions

Ansicht des zeichnenden Roboters im Arch-Tec-Lab (Institut für Technologie in der Architektur ITA, ETH Zürich) mit einer «Zeichnung» nach einem Motiv von Yves Netzhammer, 2019
© Yves Netzhammer / Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zürich; Foto: Michael Lyrenmann

6 p.m.: doors open
6.30 p.m.: introduction: Prof Dr Ulrich Weidmann, Vice President for Human Resources and Infrastructure ETH Zürich, Dr Linda Schädler, Head Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich and Alexandra Barcal, Curator

Yves Netzhammer, Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler are present.

Meeting Place

Graphische Sammlung ETH Zürich, Main building , Rämistrasse 101, 8092 Zurich

Gravitational Assertions. Yves Netzhammer / Gramazio Kohler Research

The works of Yves Netzhammer (b. 1970), who lives and works in Zurich, have their origins in the digital space — which, for the artist, is closely related to the space of his own imagination. The internationally renowned Swiss artist’s drawings and animated films explore the boundaries, points of contact and transitions between subjective consciousness and the world, between real and virtual levels. The figures and scenarios that he draws using a computer mouse, or that he implements in 3D computer animation programs, revolve around hybrid creatures and fusions of disparate elements. They seem to have originated from a surreally enigmatic yet intuitively accessible matrix that also involves a continual alteration of shapes and contexts — a “transformational permutation” that at the same time allows reflections on our present-day existence.

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