Rebekka Kronsteiner: so oder so

Bremer Atelierstipendium 2023

09.12.23–04.02.24

Rebekka Kronsteiner one way or another, exhibition view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023, photo: Fred Dott

Marie Angeletti Horse, 2015, Rebekka Kronsteiner one way or another - relief, 2023, Falten falten, 2023 installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023. photo: Fred Dott

one way or another - relief (detail), 2023, Rebekka Kronsteiner, installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023, photo: Fred Dott

left: Nona Inescu Rugosa (crust), 2019, Right: Rebekka Kronsteiner fake it, 2023, Front: Rebekka Kronsteiner Falten falten, 2023, Installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023, Photo: Fred Dott

Rebekka Kronsteiner one way or the other. Exhibition view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023, photo: Fred Dott

Rebekka Kronsteiner Feel the Heat, 2023, Falten falten, 2023. installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023. photo: Fred Dott

rebekka Kronsteiner who cares, 2023, installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023. photo: Fred Dott

one way or another Rebekka Kronsteiner. Exhibition view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023, photo: Fred Dott

KOSKI, 2023 With the annual editions: Franziska Nast INNEN auf außen, 2023, Dafna Maimon Mother Tonging, 2019, installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023. photo: Fred Dott

KOSK*I (detail), 2023, installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023. photo: Fred Dott

KOSKI (detail), 2023 With annual gifts: Franziska Nast INNEN auf außen, 2023, installation view Künstlerhaus Bremen, 2023. photo: Fred Dott

Rebekka Kronsteiner works at the intersection of painting and sculpture. Her works are characterized by tensions between image and object, imagery and pictorial support. The artist draws on industrially produced or found materials from the urban context, such as wax, latex, foils, textiles or Plexiglas. She works with these by layering or painting them - if possible without making a personal style visible. Kronsteiner is interested in processes of incidental imaging through processing and the resulting processes of decay. The materials age, fade, turn yellow or become porous. Kronsteiner plays with expectations and attributions of value. What strategies of transformation or reorganization are possible?
Rebekka Kronsteiner (b. 1996 in Überlingen, Lake of Constance) studied painting under Prof. Stephan Baumkötter at the University of the Arts Bremen and graduated as a master student in 2023. Her work has been shown in exhibitions in Bremen, Bremerhaven, Mainz, Kassel, Leipzig, and Recife. She is co-founder of the feminist cultural kiosk KOSK*I. In 2020, she ran the MMS Offspace in Bremen together with Francisco Valença Vaz.

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