Karin Götz describes with hitherto unprecedented detail how Götz arrived at his 'Visual Aesthetic Sensitivity Test' (VAST) and what he sought to achieve with it.
This interview complements 'K. O. Götz as psychologist' in which Karin Götz explains the Visual Aesthetic Sensitivity Test (VAST).
Numerous projects of the 58th Venice Biennale are dedicated to science-related themes.
In the second part of his interview, Dr Ira Seidenstein shares his thoughts on the cultural and intermedial appeal of the clown character.
In his 'Word Art' project, Ralf Borlinghaus is interested in taking up the original connection between the written and the pictorial and reinterpreting it.
The exhibition Zwischen Wissenschaft und Kunst: Düsseldorfer Akzente (Between Science and Art: Düsseldorf Accents) took place from 23.11. to 4.12.2016 at the Kunstakademie.gallery.
In the first part of his interview, he explains his approach to research, his understanding of clowning, and the ways he teaches his students to discover the elasticity of their own imagination, and the creativity and performative powers a clown needs on stage.
On August 19th 2017, Karl Otto Götz died at the age of 103. In the time since then, many obituaries have been published, through which his artistic achievements have been widely acknowledged. I will try to discuss my personal contact with Götz, searching through my not-always-perfectly-reliable memory.
The famous painter Karl Otto Götz, one of the most prominent artists of Art Informel, also worked as an empirical scientist in the 1960s and 1970s.
Meral Alma, although you are still studying at the Düsseldorf Art Academy under Siegfried Anzinger, as a painter over the last three years you have managed to position yourself remarkably well in the art market. Seven solo exhibitions, participation in over twenty group exhibitions, two-time winner of the talent award of the Düsseldorf Art Academy.