Skye Arundhati Thomas, October 21, 2016 “Helen Marten: Fixed Sky Situation” was exhibited at König Galerie, Berlin, from January 12 to February 24, 2019. Folge sprachen wir mit den Hauptdarstellern über Parkplatzsex, Schubladendenken und die in 2016 verstorbene Maja Maranow. And if we’re thinking about descent, of course a downward plummet always has more velocity! “There is nothing to touch, no smell, just this weird rubbery shell that at the same time is both materially dead and data-osmotic. Atoms that collide at speed tend towards transformation, and how exciting is that?! This article originally appeared in Border Crossings #151, published September 2019. The occasional clunkiness only forces the viewer to negotiate her pileups more carefully. SWEATSHIRT: TOPSHOP. Take the disarming mutant vacation sculpture No juice about it (2011): The piece consists of a grid of bamboo fencing, which is actually made of steel, on which a patchwork quilt and a lei are strung, and in front of which a clay-looking pineapple, actually fashioned from cast aluminum, is coyly humanized by wearing a pair of Oakley sunglasses. She then wads it with simulacra, showing the riddled possibilities of the endless associations between A and B, or even C and D and E. Ordinarily, she has done this through her sculptural and installation works. The result strikes, in her words, “a balance between the seamless, coldness of fabrication, and then a kind of assertive crappiness.” Marten’s object ecosystems have the visual wit of Sarah Lucas or Robert Gober—or Martin Kippenberger, one of her influences—but they hold a deeper tension in terms of the presence of the artist’s hand versus the sleek seduction of the surface. Helen Marten uses sculpture, screen printing and her own writing to produce installations that are full of references, from the contemporary to the historical, and the everyday to the enigmatic. Ross Simonini Is there a philosophical perspective on death that feels most true to you?. Münzen, Wattestäbchen und Schüsseln zu Skulpturen und Installationen: Für ihre Kunst aus Alltagsgegenständen hat die 30 Jahre alte Helen Marten den renommierten britischen Turner … I was born on 10th June 1912 in Presov. Not like walking around it. https://www.monopol-magazin.de/helen-marten-gewinnt-turner-prize Entdecken Sie Helen Marten auf fineartmultiple: Biografie, Ausstellungen und derzeit zum Verkauf stehende Kunstwerke. Ihre Geschichte wird dabei von einer fiktiven Frauen-Person in Hosenrolle quasi als roter Faden durch den Roman getragen. So always movement, clogged or facilitated by language, always a vehicle of sorts, and always plot but perhaps not always conventionally surfaced. It is a novel told in the action of persistence and questioning: how the rhythms of a world built upon metaphor and symbolism can … One of the most compelling artists to emerge out of London in the past few years is 26-year-old sculptor and video artist Helen Marten. THE SUMMER HELEN MARTEN MET HAIM STEINBACH was the summer the cicadas returned to New York, emerging from a seventeen-year slumber deep inside the earth. The Housemarten 2: Helen Marten and the politics of managed depression Digital ink does not dry. Illustrations by Isabelle Albuquerque. Mrs. Ilona “Helen” Martin. Helen Marten bolsters her paintings with sculptural elements while her sculptures look like paintings. No, it’s not like really being there. HM: My feeling with all these things is that perhaps there is no line. These bigger cultural concepts – identity, economy, survival – are simply packaging for billions of smaller fractured events. I suppose they are something of all people – an audience, constructed always and forever by whomever and whenever, by time and spirit. Berlin - Starke Quote für «Ein starkes Team»: Der ZDF-Krimi hat am Samstagabend ab 20.15 Uhr der Konkurrenz keine Chance They’re all like their own micro-surfaces that give and receive, are improvised, unmoored. Helen Marten is having quite a year and, indeed, quite a career. Art, Description; Identifier: 1991 OH 012 ; Date: 10/19/1990 ; Interviewer: Philpot, Edmond ; Interviewee: Martin, Helen ; Description: Martin discusses life during the Depression. Think how quickly something monkish becomes pornographic by association. Jahrhundert. She then wads it with simulacra, showing the riddled possibilities of the endless associations between A and B, or even C and D and E. Ordinarily, she has done this through her sculptural and installation works. I wanted to brutally twist that, not make a space of indeterminate collage, but really wring material process, image digestion and language intent into something else. Courtesy: Prototype. Münzen, Wattestäbchen, Schuhsohlen, die britische Künstlerin Helen Marten inszeniert alltägliche Dinge "als würde man sie zum ersten Mal sehen". I can’t help but see concept or metaphor in most things. Helen Marten in conversation with Matias Faldbakken . It seems that everyone wants a piece of her these days. With Modern Matter, the artist discusses this new extension of her practice, presented here alongside a selection of artworks inspired by the book – from Marten’s most recent show at Sadie Coles HQ, London – and an extract from the book itself. Combining sculpture, text and screen-printed paintings, Marten’s practice comprises images and objects, often playing with two and three-dimensionality. They are so many things: amazed conspirators; egos adjusted; staggering ghosts; feelings; admonishments. Allen voran Luisa und Francesca - zwei junge Frauen, die unterschiedlicher nicht sein könnten. Her first solo show in Britain was in 2012, at the Chisenhale in London, the seeding ground of bright young artists. Perhaps mostly for myself to short-circuit and start afresh. MG: You begin in a heightened conceptual place, writing through a wider lens, before narrowing the story. Comments. Is there something about a person in descent that is inherently more interesting? Minerva the Miscarriage of the Brain, published by Sming Sming and Wolfman Books, 2020. She graduated from the Ruskin School of Fine Art at Oxford University in 2008 and has since had several solo exhibitions, the most recent at Kunsthalle Zürich. Seit über 25 Jahren ermittelt "Ein starkes Team" in Berlin. HELEN MARTEN: I want to know something about boredom or banality and maybe a little about the hallucinogenic experience that can stem from it. The interviewer conducted this oral history as part of his/her coursework for the Spring 2010 class, Oral History: The Art of the Interview. The insects, spawning in the millions, sing loudly and die quickly. The artist on taking a break from visual work to turn to writing, life changes under lockdown and her favourite audiobooks. In her emails, she gave small glimpses into her life there, with anecdotes about her morning walks and the animals she observed, including ‘something long and red, low to the ground, like a hairy frankfurter with legs’. I do believe that provisional absurdities can provide deeply profound interpretation. In a Kaleidoscope interview that came out not long before Marten’s Dust and Pirhanas (2011) – a video piece made in response to Peter Zumthor’s 2011 Serpentine Gallery pavilion – was shown at the Serpentine in the popular Park Nights series, Hans Ulrich Obrist, another star curator to champion the young artist, noted that the first show he had seen her work in was ‘Boule to … A screening of her new film Dust and Piranhas was presented at the Serpentine Pavilion, London, in September as part of the gallery’s ‘Park Nights’ series. We explore the path of … Die Akteure werden von Helena Marten lebendig und bildhaft dargestellt. English artist Helen Marten uses an internal, cryptic logic to unpick the binary relationship between question and answer. The Boiled in Between is the debut novel by Turner Prize-winning artist Helen Marten, an ambitious literary work full of beauty and sorrow. Das Temperament, das Luisa fehlt, hat Francesca doppelt und dreifach. In short, perhaps Ethan recognises through all his relentless performance of misery and ridicule, that multiplicity is essential to understanding, that the form of words symbolises an indefinite number of diverse propositions. Where are the lines between them? Perhaps they might even be akin to chemical stimulant, something like the way caffeine rips you out of yourself and carries your pulse off darting in thousands of angles of pursuit and commitment! She studied at the University of Guelph and Emily Carr University. Die Bücher aus der Verlosung gingen bereits an Sabrina L. … COAT: EMPORIO ARMANI. Home; Ilona “Helen” Martin Interview from 1999; Ilona Goldmann aka Helen Martin. Since the pandemic began, she had been away from her home in the UK and was living in Holland. Copyright © 2021 Interview Magazine. Die britische Künstlerin Helen Marten erhält den renommierten britischen Turner-Preis. HM: As the Messrs. themselves suggest, they are instruments of psychic observation. “I suppose I’m trying to upset the expected rhythms of daily circumstance,” she says, “exploring what it means to be a tribal human preoccupied with the status of toothpaste, the floppiness of pasta, eroticism of rubbish, or tedium of hair.”. The Boiled in Between is the debut novel by Turner Prize-winning artist Helen Marten, an ambitious literary work full of beauty and sorrow. Jasmine Reimer is an artist and writer living and working in Berlin and Toronto. To be off-balance or ever en route necessarily forces a reclamation or re-articulation of a body’s relationship to the earth, to gravity, to itself. Helen Marten is a British artist based in London. Helen Mirren has said that she “got the s***” for her infamous 1975 interview with Michael Parkinson, and that the talk show host “never could quite grasp” what he did wrong. Helen Marten: I suppose in immodest failure the world survives, and it might be as simple as saying that this kind of noise is the rhythm that structures all bigger ideas. Die 31-jährige Engländerin überzeugte die Jury mit I know that sounds impossibly enigmatic – a riddle! MG: Contrary to your other characters, which appear to be embroiled in the mess – implicated – The Messrs. sit above the story, looking down. Luisa ist klug und geschäftstüchtig, aber auch still, folgsam und feige, ein echter Hasenfuß. She had recently moved her studio into a space in a freshly converted theater in Dalston, but she has yet to unpack, mainly because her most recent work, the 29-minute CGI animation film Evian Disease, now showing at the Palais de Toyko in Paris, required none of her usual hands-on sculptural assemblage-at least not in the physical sphere. Helena Marten - ein Pseudonym des sich neu zusammengefundenen Autorinnen-Duos Bettina Querfurth und Susanne van Volxem - schreibt mit Die Porzellanmalerin über den Kampf um das weiße Gold in Deutschland im 18. Perhaps he is also something of a clown who rejects the morose logician, who rejects the idea that the rigid alternatives of ‘true’ and ‘false’ are relevant to the pursuit of knowledge, to life or death, or the philosophical wormhole of trying to understand a binary action with a binary answer! She studied at the University of Guelph and Emily Carr University. Sofia Helin and Kim Bodnia chat about The Bridge on BBC Breakfast January 2014 Marten, 31, was lauded for her esoteric sculptural installations, for which she was also awarded the Hepworth Prize for sculpture last month. HM: Ethan is a committed nihilist. Then equip them with libidinal language and an ongoing system of wounding (poverty, illness, violence, etc.) Der renommierte britische Turner-Preis für moderne Kunst geht in diesem Jahr an Helen Marten. Die 30-Jährige fertigt Skulpturen aus alltäglichen Gegenständen an. Crafted from wood, steel and clay, or domestic items, Marten’s output includes sculpture, videos, text, and screen-printed paintings. Artist Helen Marten, who also appears in this issue’s portfolio of London artists, spoke with Wolfson about his videos and what he’s trying to achieve somewhere in the flurry of it … Helen Marten: Drunk Brown House at the Serpentine North Gallery brought together work never before presented in London with new work in an installation that was conceived specifically in relation to the Gallery. What You Need to Know About Turner Prize Winner Helen Marten What is this effect in your work? Helen Marten lives and works in London, UK. To trip up is to notice something. HM: This links quite specifically to your first question – to positions of precarity. It was a deeply pleasurable process of translation, bouncing back and forth between all the things I might claim to know about image and all those I might claim to know about language. HM: I sat at a desk every day for about a year and when things didn’t pour out, I opened other books and used their words like lakes to swim in. COAT: EMPORIO ARMANI. Her first solo show in Britain was in 2012, at the Chisenhale in London, … Impossible to quote Marten writing about sex, violence, food, age or decay without noting how much work the texture and rhythm of her prose are doing. Courtesy Sming Sming Books. Small and slight, with short blonde hair and an all-black wardrobe, the artist Helen Marten, 28, could pass for a Left Bank heroine—perhaps Jean … Maybe I’m interested in these expulsing gestures in the same way as some people might watch the World Cup as an exercise in an expanded ‘cultural studies.’ Something like an archive of melancholy or a pre-modern sensitivity that is political without being Politics, capital P. MG: The characters seem always to be falling. London (dpa) - Der renommierte britische Turner-Preis für moderne Kunst geht in diesem Jahr an Helen Marten. And stupid images can be absolute. 'I like to imagine', she says, for an interview coinciding with this show, 'that there's a formula for smelling attractive and one for parking your car'. “Helen Marten: Fixed Sky Situation” was exhibited at König Galerie, Berlin, from January 12 to February 24, 2019. Liebe Frau Querfurth, liebe Frau van Volxem, ich danke Ihnen – auch im Namen der Leser – von Herzn für dieses interessante Interview und den Einblick in Ihre Arbeit. These portmanteaus and locutionary couplings stimulate the mind’s tongue. . Interview of Helen Shiller by Jacob Martin Lingan. Language and body, in other words, are intimately involved, sentences branching and cells dividing. fineartmultiple ™ Lesen Sie die neuesten Sammler-Interviews She is currently working on a novel. They are in and of many of the things they discuss: wind, weather, animal, blood. She has recently had solo exhibitions at T293 Gallery, Naples, Italy, in 2010, and Johann König, Berlin, Germany, earlier this year. https://www.interviewmagazine.com › art › london-helen-marten People operating algorithmically: exchanging, living, dying, fucking, breathing, labouring. The world is impossibly fat and full of information. Ross Simonini Is there a philosophical perspective on death that feels most true to you?. In this profile we explore her rise to art stardom. interview, So between those two poles, there is an enormous amount of scope for reflexive play. As our Critic suggests, life’s truest statements come from legal depositions, where even villains are afraid to lie. MG: In the text, you oscillate between body, food and home, and between beauty, sex and disgust. Like dominoes. In some ways, it is more code than text—the gender has been stripped out, and with that, a sense of the weight.” There is a startling weightlessness to much of Marten’s work, including her highly packed amalgams of objects, which seem neither improvisatory and unintentional nor permanent. Location: Clarksville, TN ; Duration: :20:00 ; Time Summary: Restrictions: Rights: Contact Special Collections and Archives, Crabbe Library, Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions, rig Helen Marten in conversation with Matias Faldbakken . Georges … In 2016, she was awarded both the Hepworth Prize for Sculpture and the Turner Prize. This interview supports the scope and content of the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection at the College Archives & Special Collections department of Columbia College Chicago. It is saturated with potential signification. PHOTO: HELEN MARTEN IN LONDON, OCTOBER 2012. Marten’s film Evian Disease plays until July 2013 at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Or to mend and shrug off the blood in continuation. PANTS: MARTEN’S OWN. Mazzy-Mae Green: In The Boiled in Between, you read the absurdities of humanity in flecks of dislodged earth and dirt-gashed shirts. Thus, when Last Week Tonight employed four master actors to read excerpts from Richard Sackler’s leaked testimony, both the acting and the dialogue were better than Game of Thrones. MG: What was the process of creating a work like this? If it did, it would still be wet by the time I’ve started getting comments about my slightly ironic review of Helen Marten’s show at the Turner Prize. While the materials in Marten’s sculptures may look found, they are almost entirely created from scratch by the artist. They are always changing. Johanna Hedva Well, I’m a goth, so I’m partial to the ones who speak of death as the totalising divine. The Making of Helen Marten // Feature // 18.10.2013 // Agnieszka Gratza // Getting an interview with the highly sought-after London-based artist Helen Marten is no mean feat. – but what I mean is that their presence is designed to be a simultaneity: as omnipotent as the cosmos and as evidence, more and more, that simplicity doesn’t exist. Helen Marten’s installations may sit within the physical world, but they operate with an awareness of the infinite connotations of the virtual. All Rights Reserved. None are ever what they first seem and all have the power to possess with totality. PHOTO: HELEN MARTEN IN LONDON, OCTOBER 2012. So between those two poles, there is an enormous amount of scope for reflexive play.’. Alluding to language, systems and intentionality, her work across all media sets out to imagine the miraculous substructure beneath the veneer of our habitual lives. culture, Through The Boiled in Between, however, Marten’s first work of fiction, the artist enmeshes her chaotic depictions of humanity into an abstract wordscape that floats and falls and gushes with observational intensity. It is a novel told in the action of persistence and questioning: how the rhythms of a world built upon metaphor and symbolism can collide with relationships personal and domestic. SWEATSHIRT: TOPSHOP. Interview. Imagine people as points of civic ordinance all mostly existing within an envelope structure of ethical morality. Issues, Ilona “Helen” Martin Interview from 1999. Der renommierte britische Turner-Preis für moderne Kunst geht in diesem Jahr an Helen Marten. During an interview with police, Helen Martin said she made the decision to bathe the child while her husband was out running errands, according to court documents obtained by FOX59. ‘The world is impossibly fat and full of information. . Interview with Helen Martin. I interviewed Marten over several days of emails. The titles of Helen Marten’s sculptures have long suggested a literary mind at work: Puddlefoot, digging, Limpet Apology (traffic tenses), Brood and Bitter Pass (all 2015). HM: It will sound maddening, but I try to think with whatever the ambient tone for the day is! Evian Disease, with its hyper-real imagistic juxtapositions of nature and commodity inhabiting a flattened plane, “reeks of dishonesty,” according to the artist. Helen Marten is an artist and writer based in London, UK. – suddenly figuration is in everything so profoundly and intractably. Helen Highly Expands the Correlations. Grandson and Tom Morello on What Rock and Roll Means in 2021 ’90s Heartthrob Nick Carter Takes Us Back to the ’80s With His Favorite Films of the Era; Channel Tres Is Listening to Prince Demos, Kendrick Lamar, and Kali Uchis; Meet Sfera Ebbasta, Italy’s Superstar-in … To be off-balance or ever, HM: It will sound maddening, but I try to think. I do believe that provisional absurdities can provide deeply profound interpretation. Of course there is politics in everything – the sonic density of history and all its semantics, its objects, its matter – it folds and survives in the smallest flecks. Johanna Hedva Well, I’m a goth, so I’m partial to the ones who speak of death as the totalising divine. Review: Helen Marten’s debut novel The Boiled in Between. MG: On page 104, you write: ‘Ethan held a pistol once and felt how irrelevant true or false was in the pursuit of knowledge.’ Why is that so? Minerva the Miscarriage of the Brain, published by Sming Sming and Wolfman Books, 2020. Through, Helen Marten: I suppose in immodest failure the world survives, and it might be as simple as saying that this kind of, HM: This links quite specifically to your first question – to positions of precarity. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2018); König Galerie, Berlin, Germany (2018); and Castello di Rivoli, Turin (2019). Even garbage is alluring because it informs us of human systems. Do you feel this is the most pertinent way to interpret our existence? She then got into the bath with the child and his toys, while still wearing clothes, and allegedly held his head underwater until he drowned. The Boiled in Between is the debut novel by Turner Prize-winning artist Helen Marten, a work of fiction that will surely be acclaimed for its author’s bold and innovative geist. The exhibition of works by the finalists opens today. HM: When I first started writing the book, I had emerged from a madly busy period of making exhibitions and I was frustrated with the conventional retinal way of looking at things: eyes-forward-straight-ahead-right-now. Photography: Robert Glowacki. Helen Marten is having quite a year and, indeed, quite a career. Helen Marten: I suppose in immodest failure the world survives, and it might be as simple as saying that this kind of noise is the rhythm that structures all bigger ideas. I feel a mutual devotion and disgust to all of these categories, but one fundamentally powered by an obsession with their abundantly shared incongruities. In the middle of her space is the huge White Cotton is so platonic, or something, a 2D line drawing rendered in steel. Helen Marten is having a tremendous year, full of top prizes and successful solo shows. Culture is not Cancelled: Creatives Share Their Inspiration. “I’m Not an Assassin!”: Fran Lebowitz on Not Sleeping, Not Writing, and Not Naming Names, Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany Test Their Real-Life Chemistry, Why We Could All Use a Tavi Gevinson Podcast Right About Now, Everyone, Including Fran Lebowitz, Loves Dolly Parton, Kyle Ng of Brain Dead Wants to Connect the World. –Helen Marten. Artist Helen Marten, who also appears in this issue’s portfolio of London artists, spoke with Wolfson about his videos and what he’s trying to achieve somewhere in the flurry of it all.-Christopher Bollen. All images, Untitled, are from 2020, copyright of Helen Marten, courtesy of Sadie Coles HQ, London. Helen Marten works across sculpture, painting and writing to create a body of work that questions the stability of the material world and our place within it. Traditional Teachers of English Grammar, 2012, by Helen Marten Someone asks her a sensible question and she answers by making a comparison between perfume and a multi-storey car park. Zur 80. The Boiled in Between is published by Prototype. Helen Marten, The Boiled in Between, 2020, book cover. fashion, Helen Marten lives in London, UK. MG: The linguistic rhythm of the book is like dreamwork: the words are soft and elegant, distorting the frictions and unpleasantness experienced by the protagonists. Recorded on 24th November, 1999. Illustrations by Isabelle Albuquerque. behind the scenes, In 2011, she was awarded the Prix Lafayette and in 2012 the Prix LUMA. 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