Kassák Museum, Budapest, 2016
Invited by the Kassák Museum Schulz developed a complex installation including painting, film, plants, display and text.
Through different media and the relation of mobility and flexibility it connects to Kassáks approach as a writer, editor and artist of the Hungarian avant-garde.
A white wooden structure developed from the entrance hall into the exhibition room. It displayed the 5 pieces of the large painting “A rush and a push and the land we stand on is ours” – stretched over the two rooms. In edition you find a formation of little glass paintings: sketches of revisiting the painting and staging some formal ideas. Two different films accompany the whole set; “Konsole” taken from the large painting in non-documentary macro-style. The second film shows a overloaded boat anchored on a river, not really unveiling if the boat just arrive or is about to leave. This film and the two plants – both migrated into Hungary – add to the general topic of the exhibition: movement as a physical and mental force.
wooden structure (pigmented, waxed)
9 glass pieces (diverse sizes), acrylic paint, 2016
A rush and a push and the land we stand on is ours:
230 x 600 cm (5 pieces each 230 x 120 cm), acrylic paint on aluminium, 2015
plant 1: narrow-leaved ragwort
plant 2: lavender
film 1: Konsole (collaboration with German film makers Bettina Nürnberg/Dirk Peuker), 17 min, 2015
film 2: Tied up and down, how to consider force a privilege, 6 min, 2013