Project ASKI


GLUT - Exhibition 30/10/2021 - 06/03/2022


ASKI has been actively creating art since around 2006; the first interactive objects were built and exhibited in early 2014. In almost all of his works, software plays a central role as a medium: in the first creative period, software served as a tool to create digital graphics, animations or even sound compositions. Since 2014, software has been a core component of his mostly interactive artworks. Software as a medium is considered rather exotic in the visual arts. ASKI's body of work attempts to shed light on as many aspects as possible of the question of what additional new possibilities arise from the use of software in art. There are aspects that are completely new, for example, the character of a work can change by changing the software that runs in it. Questions about the original of a work arise as well as completely new aspects such as versioning or even the influence of artificial intelligence.


Stiftung Kunstfonds – Targeted promotion of contemporary art and artists


For 40 years, the Stiftung Kunstfonds has been committed to promoting artistic creation in Germany and supporting the mediation of contemporary visual art nationwide. Many now recognised and successful artists began their careers with an Kunstfonds scholarship. Today, they are represented worldwide in exhibitions, biennials and art fairs; their works are shown in renowned museums and collections. This is proof of the Kunstfonds committees' feeling for emerging talent and the targeted promotion of artistic work.

Every year we award up to 2 million euros to artists, galleries, art associations, museums and independent curators. So far, we have supported around 2,700 scholarship holders, projects, exhibitions and documentations - with a total volume of more than 37 million euros. During the Corona pandemic and within the framework of NEUSTART KULTUR , the Art Fund also made a significant contribution to maintaining and strengthening the nationwide art scene and awarded special grants.



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