Tina Oelker

fine arts

1000 Hasen

1000 Hares, limited edition is a long term project, startet Dec. 2007   / deutsch

The wild hare as a motif first appeares in the work of Tina Oelker in 2001 and becomes her oeuvre after graduating. In order to continuously grasp the essence in its entirety anew, she uses the recurring wave of the duality of dissolution and condensation, of the abstract and the narrative. She takes the hare as a symbol of change, of leaping awareness, inspiration and equivalence and overcoming gender differences. Therefore, the hare is a strong guide for the own completeness and truthfulness, because it moves between the animal and the divine almost continuously like delicately.

Selection of 100 -> link
 
Schützenfest Reloaded

Experimental short film documentation (03:33Min)

IDEE – KONCEPT – CAST -TEXT: Tina Oelker
GAME MANAGEMENT – CAMERA – EDIT – SOUNDDESIGN: Monika Anna Wojtyllo
SPEECH: Marie Biermann
HUNTER: Simone Brühl, Eva Gabriel-Jürgens,Tina Oelker, Xenia Peeck, Monika Anna Wojtyllo
VOICE RECORDING: Niko Grunert
MUSIC: Sascha Demand + Hannes Wienert / From the album„Sirenen & Blüten“
and Benjamin Page / From the album „Elite Barbarian“
A production of Berliner Sonderschule © 2014

In late summer 2014 Monika Anna Wojtyllo and Tina Oelker
met at Marie Biermann’s birthday party in Berlin.
The decision to collaborate artistically was spontaneous,
determined and intuitive. Together with Xenia Peeck,
Eva Gabriel-Jürgens and Simone Brühl, Tina Oelker and
Monika Anna Wojtyllo shot this diary-like one two months
later essay within 48h.

Schützenfest Reloaded deliberately avoids the usual narrative forms.
It is an inhalation of life and a representation of freedom.
The discrepancy between the new ones opens up in a neo-feminist drama gender
identification. What space do animus and anima take?
Who is contemporary prey and who is hunter?
Bring this alleged equality actually progress, or does it create confusion?
“Respect is something we want. Now we are idolized and no longer reached.
But the true completeness requires both sides. ”