27.08. – 24.12.2022
Talk with Christoph Peters, Writer, and Julia Ziegler on 29 October 2022 at 5 pm.
In the bakery, you can drink tea sitting by the window. On the art wall, Julia Ziegler now opens the view into another room, the tea room of the Shugakuin Imperial Villa in Kyoto. She lets the places merge, as if one could walk over, sit down on the tatamis and enjoy the tea there. Julia Ziegler has chosen a word as the title of her visual intervention that is itself a testimony to East-West encounters: with “Tirūmu”, the English “tearoom” has become native to Japanese.
“When viewing, connections always emerge, formally or in terms of content, between art and environment, even across times and cultures. Material and projection offer contradictory information. Perceiving can be experienced as constructing, orientation as decision, viewing as a stubborn, formative activity.”
onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.