Considering Power art installation

Art fills empty bellies

Art fills empty bellies as my work for the festivalunangepasstekunst has a second life. Read on to see what became of the potatoes that disappeared from the installation. Besatzungsmacht mit Folgen Look out for the upcoming event on 8th October where you have a chance to participate.

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Considering Power art installation

Considering Power

Considering Power: Seventy-five kilos of potatoes are tied up and cordoned off in a Munich underpass. Why?  Why potatoes? The artwork ‘Considering Power’ seeks to provoke interrogation in relation to questions of power, society and food. It is part of the 2nd Festival für unangepasste Kunst in Munich during 15-17 July. The potato has a […]

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penelope richardson art safiental

Making a wish in Tenna

Making ‘I wish I was there’ in Tenna ‘I wish I was there’ is an artwork I made during the first Alps Art Academy in Tenna, Switzerland. It was made possible thanks to the community in Tenna who were extremely helpful with all aspects of my project, especially Cathrin, Yolanda and the Mayor of Safiental, […]

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Penelope Richardson Art Safiental

‘I wish I was there’, Alps Art Academy

We all hope and dream and when we travel we go with good intentions. This work is a giant wishing pole set upon a small hill in the alps. A place that calls for meditation and contemplation. It is easy to walk up to the piece from the town and experience the smells and textures […]

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unangepasste Kunst

Macht and Power

Munich has long been associated with acts of power. This exhibition brings together a group of artists in a public space to create a dialogue around the theme of ‘power’. Another one of those fleeting events that take place in an obscure location. Half the fun is discovering an unknown aspect of the city. The […]

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20 Positionen Exhibition 2016

Unfinished Apocalypse in Tutzing

Unfinished Apocalypse in Tutzing ’20 Positionen’ Exhibition Exhibition Opening 23. Juni 2016, 19:00 Akademie für Politische Bildung Tutzing Buchensee 1, 82327 Tutzing Come and see the work of 20 artists from the GEDOK-Muc along with my new series of work on paper called ‘Unfinished Apocalypse’. This year I am also the co-curator of the show […]

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Surround Sound Drawing - Penelope Richardson 2016

Help me create a soundtrack for the Surround Sound Drawing

Surround Sound Drawing Odeonsplatz

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Mexico Penelope Richardson

Mexico in Black and White

Mexico in Black and White ‘Mexico’ is my lastest project and it is all printed on my Risograph. During my recent trip to Mexico City and the Yucatan I gave myself the challenge to create a new pattern every day based on what I had seen on my travels. Sometimes the pattern is based on a […]

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A house full of Munich artists

A house full of Munich Artists Today more than 100 artists from the Munich Artists got together for ‘500 Artists Say Hello’ exhibition which opened today at the Kunsttreff in Quiddestrasse in Munich. It was a great chance for the more than 600 strong artist community, who usually meet online through projects and challenges, to […]

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xoloitzcuintle

Hello, Hallo, Ola Munich Artists

Hello, Hallo, Ola Munich Artists Come and see my work ‘Xoloitzcuintli’ in this show organised by Emmy Horstkamp. It is great being able to participate with so many other artists. Read an interview with Emmy the organiser published in today’s Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Look forward to seeing you there.

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Penelope Richardson Munich Artists

Sketchbook Project / Munich Artists

What a great projet to be part of. See the film of all the other artists work here.  

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richriso print

First prints from my new Riso printer

First prints from my new Riso printer. The image is made from a drawing via direct scan on the glass of my new EZ 570 Risograph. I have been saving up and looking around to buy one of these printers for the last year. Finally I found one that can print A3 size and was […]

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