onetoone (24) Petra Lottje ‘pure romantik’

Petra Lottje

20.01. – 06.04.2024
Talk by Patricia Löwe, freelance moderator and author, and Petra Lottje on 23.03.2024 at 5 pm

Foto: Petra Lottje

Petra Lottje, born in 1973, works primarily in the media of drawing and video. She completed her degree in Fine Arts at the Braunschweig University of Art in 2005 as a master student of John Armleder. She has lived and worked as a freelance artist in Berlin since 2006. Lottje has exhibited nationally and internationally and is represented in Berlin by Galerie Jarmuschek+Partner.

In her abstract and at the same time concrete drawings, individual attributions such as facial features or attributes of personality are erased. Petra Lottje finds formulations of timeless validity for spontaneous moments captured in the moment. With her exhibition in the kønigliche Backstube, she brings romance into play with 3 drawings centred on a horse and working people, awakening memories, possibly longings and bringing our romantic notions of past working worlds to life.

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (23) Beate Terfloth ‘Laib/Stärke’

Beate Terfloth

16.09. – 23.12.2023
Talk with Dr Alexander Hofmann, art historian and Japanologist, and Beate Terfloth on 28.10.2023 at 5 p.m.

Like the sweet porridge in the fairy tale, the dough transitions when it comes into contact with plaster. If you mould dough with plaster, these two fluid masses interact. Plaster becomes warm when it hardens and thus fires up the fluid process. At the specific moment when the plaster sets and hardens, the exact state of the dough is captured. This initially invisible, past snapshot emerges after it is knocked out of the mould. An 11-kilo dough common in the royal bakery was used.

“The mass shift forms a momentary plastic fine drawing that is given to me. A moment in the process of a metamorphosis, like the lines of the planet’s crust, like the lines in my hand.”

Photo: Eric Tschernow
Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 41 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 26

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (22) Käthe Kruse ‘gute Stube’

Käthe Kruse

13.05. – 02.09. 2023
Talk with Kati Gausmann, Curator of the project, and Käthe Kruse on June 24 at 5 pm.

Photo: Eric Tschernow

Käthe Kruse, musician and artist, works with interweavings of music, texts, performance, video, strip and text painting, fabric and sewing pictures as well as room-filling installations. In her critically contemporary and at the same time poetic work, she develops new formats beyond conventional categories.

Her wall installation ‘gute Stube’, based on wallpaper, transforms the salesroom of the kønigliche Backstube into a living room where art has been present as object and conversation for generations.

“The bakery smells of fresh baked goods, which in turn are served in the good living room. From the royal bakery to the good parlour – place of welcome and place of spiritual and culinary delights!”

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 574 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 133

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (21) Juliane Laitzsch ‘Brot kauen’

Juliane Laitzsch

14.01. – 29.04.2023
Talk with Ulrike Brand, musician, and Juliane Laitzsch on Februar 25 at 5 pm.

Foto: Eric Tschernow

Juliane Laitzsch is a draughtswoman who deals with open, unfinished processes of seeing, thinking and producing. For Backstube, she has developed a series of drawings dealing with the fact that bread becomes sweet when chewed.

For the Røyal Bakery, Juliane Laitzsch has developed a series of drawings that deals with the fact that bread becomes sweet when chewed. Her starting point is a photograph of a salivary gland. With large-format watercolours that enlarge the photograph in four steps, she abandons herself to a working process in which the rhythms of chewing also resonate.

“How actually – with what resonances, feedbacks and rhythms – are we connected to the world?”

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 321 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 197

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (20) Julia Ziegler ‚Tirūmu‘

Julia Ziegler

27.08. – 24.12.2022
Talk with Christoph Peters, Writer, and Julia Ziegler on 29 October 2022 at 5 pm.

Photo: Eric Tschernow

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.”

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 334 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 251

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (19) Franz John ‘Viva Maria’

Franz John

14.05. – 13.08 2022
Talk with Ulrich Enzensberger, Writer, and Franz John on 25 June 2022 at 5 pm.

Police surveillance report (digital print on roll paper, 280 x 220cm)
Sound installation (pillow loudspeaker, MP3 sound loop)
Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 263 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 176

The project one-to-one – Art at the Røyal Bakery has so far explored the use of the space as a bakery in numerous artistic murals. Through the project Viva Maria* by Franz John, the site-specific character is now directed for the first time to the wider environment – the house – and its intriguing up to now little-known history of use in the years after 1966: in the store premises to the right of today’s bakery, an illegal print shop was operated that produced leaflets, posters and publications of the “revolutionary movement” associated with the student movement that radicalised after 1967.

This operation had to happen in the underground not only because of the content of those subversive writings; according to Allied law, no printing presses at all were allowed to operate in West Berlin without official permission. The printing press, a Rotaprint, belonged to the so-called “Subversive Action”, a sub-grouping of the Socialist German Student League (SDS), which Rudi Dutschke was head of the movement. The Neukölln print shop was a secret, camouflaged place rented by a resident of Zwiestädter Straße 10, Dieter Kunzelmann, under pseudonym “Kurnitzky”. Kunzelmann was one of the leading activists of the 1968 movement and co-founder of Kommune I.

Franz John now makes the history of the place comprehensible: A confidential report by the political police from April 1967 documents investigations at Zwiestädter Straße 10 and observations by some commissioner inspector Böhme. This archival document, which takes up the entire exhibition wall, is accompanied by a listening station. Here you can hear a talk with Ulrich Enzensberger, once a founding member of Kommune I, who knew the illegal print shop and the activities of the time well. This conversation, conducted by Franz John, provides insights and interesting details about the history of the sight and Berlin contemporary history in late 1960s.

* Viva Maria – Cult film of the ’68 movement, by Louis Malle.

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (18) Oliver Thie ‘Schattenlese’

Oliver Thie

15.01. – 30.04.2022
Talk by Dr. Özgür Cizer, archaeobotanist, University of Tübingen, with Oliver Thie on 23 April 2022 at 5pm.

Soot and shellac on wall

Oliver Thie uses drawing strategies to research natural phenomena. In cooperation projects with scientists, he expands imaging processes and makes invisible phenomena perceptible.

“With ‘Schattenlese’ (Shadow Reading), I investigate the surprising diversity of oatmeal, which is usually lost in the masses. Crushing seeds by hand, perhaps the most archaic way of preparing plant food, brought me into contact with archaeobotanical practices. Following this, I begin to sort my flakes according to common characteristics. A projector replaces the microscope. I study the enlarged silhouettes by tracing them on the wall with soot dust.”

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 258 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 255

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (17) Christine Niehoff ‘Überseegebiet – Siedlung 6N127SE’

Christine Niehoff

28. 08. – 24.12.2021
Talk by Isabel Maria Groll, art historian, with Christine Niehoff on December 11, 2021.

Christine Niehoff studied at the HGB Leipzig, the Glasgow School of Art (BA) and Goldsmiths College (MFA) in London. In her low-tech multimedia works, she explores the high-tech lifeworlds of science fiction and extraterrestrial futures between research and pop culture.

“In the bakery, I question what growing crops to feed humans might look like if Mars were colonized: deep in the ground for protection from radioactivity and cold, with artificial light, probably highly susceptible to disruption.”

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 133 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 49

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (16) beate maria wörz ‘Karat’

beate maria wörz

08.05. – 21.08. 2021
On Saturday, August 14, 2021 at 5 pm, the artist Beate Terfloth will lead a conversation with beate maria wörz. 

beate maria wörz is a conceptual sculptor and draughtswoman. Her works on human and social themes are often preceded by long research. For her site-specific wall installation ‘Karat’, she explored the significance of grain as the most important staple food in different regions of the world.

“From conversations with the master baker and a book I learned: much older is the porridge in our daily food. That leads me to the bowl as a form. The preciousness of the grain – the words in many languages of the world – the connection of the pictorial levels – the work grows in my head and finally on site.”

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 156 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 28

Art Outdoor-Tip from Tip Berlin

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.

onetoone (15) Pauline Kraneis ‘einschlagen’

16.01. – 01.05.2021
On Saturday, 24 April 2020 at 5 pm, the artist Juliane Laitzsch will lead a conversation with Pauline Kraneis.

In her works, Pauline Kraneis explores the tension between line and space, between two- and three-dimensionality. In her site-specific drawings and installations, the line reaches for space and transforms it. Textile surfaces or folds become space-forming and spread out before us in a walkable way, they become landscapes or urban plans.

“The starting point of my work for the bakery is the craft itself and associated movements such as the turning of the dough, accessories such as baker’s lines and finally the architectural conditions in the bakery, an offset in the wall that can be read as a fold in the room.”

Exhibition review on art-in-berlin by Urszula Usakowska-Wolff
Exhibition review in Tip Berlin (issue 3/2021) by Ina Hildebrandt

Edition scheme: Breakdown of the wall piece in 323 single cards in a 1:1 scale
Individual card no. 263

onetoone – Art at the Røyal Bakery is a project by Kati Gausmann.