27. Okt 2011, 19h

Ill-Studio & Marlie Mul

as part of ,Nora Rekade'

eingeladen von Barbara Rüdiger



“Holographilia is a poem of surreal images narrated by ordinary objects, about the confusion caused by the eruption of fantasy into reality. This video installation captures a disturbing environment in which the border between the perception of the tangible and the beginning of imagination disappears. As Andre Breton said “The man who cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.” – Ill-Studio, 2010


Marlie Mul is a Dutch artist currently based in Berlin. She is a graduate of the Architectural Association’s MA programme in Architectural Theory in London, and has a BA in Fine Arts from the Academy of Fine Arts in Maastricht, The Netherlands. Marlie Mul is initiator of the online artists PDF publishing platform www.xym.no and teaches at the Architectural Association in London.





view: Marlie Mul & Nora Rekade









1.) Marlie Mul ,Cigarette Poem’ 2.) Atmosphere 3.&4.) view: Ill-Studio ,Holographilia’, 2010











Marlie Mul
Recent exhibitions are the solo exhibitions “No Oduur” at STUDIO in Berlin, and “Your Wet Sleeve in My Neck” at Galerie Lucile Corry in Paris, and the group exhibitions Rhododendron i at W139 in Amsterdam, Rhododendron ii at Space in London, Grouped Show at Tanya Leighton Gallery in Berlin, and The Smart Frrridge (Chilly Forecast for Internet Fridge) at Kunstverein Medienturm in Graz, Austria.



Founded in 2007, Ill-Studio is a multidisciplinary platform based in Paris. Headed by Léonard Vernhet and Thomas Subreville, it also brings together Nicolas Malinowsky, Thierry Audurand, Pierre Dixsaut and Sebastien Michelini.
The studio evolves in various creative areas such as art-direction, graphic design, photography, typography and motion design, for both personal or commissioned works.
So far, Ill-Studio has collaborated with various clients such as Nike, Supreme NYC, The New York Times Magazine, Cire Trudon, GQ, Orange, Institubes, Christophe Lemaire, Adidas, Uniqlo, and Domus magazine to name a few.




Barbara Rüdiger
(*1983 in Wien) beschäftigte sich in ihrem Studium an der Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien mit kuratorischen Modellen und Rollenverhältnissen zwischen KünstlerInnen, BetrachterInnen und KuratorInnen.
Zur Zeit forscht sie innerhalb ihres Dissertationsprojekts an der Schnittstelle zwischen Bildender Kunst und zeitgenössischem Modedesign mit dem Bezug zur Historie der Wiener Werkstätte.