Clemens von Wedemeyer, 70.001, 2019, video, colour, sound,16:9, screen wall (4 or 9 monitors), 4 single channel interviews, headphones, 16 min. Franz Erhard Walther, Körper davor I, 1985, cotton cloths, wood, 270 xx 340 x 35 cm
Clemens von Wedemeyer, 70.001, 2019, video, colour, sound,16:9, screen wall (4 or 9 monitors), 4 single channel interviews, headphones, 16 min. Franz Erhard Walther, Körper davor I, 1985, cotton cloths, wood, 270 xx 340 x 35 cm
Guillaume Leblon, Objets sommaires, 2011, ceramics, carboard or wood, steel, Ensemble of 7 objects: H:25 x 40 x 25 cm. Miriam Cahn, mir zuschauend beim lachen, m.sept_1982, Pencil on newspaper, 29,5 x 280 cm. Francisco Tropa,
Guillaume Leblon, Objets sommaires, 2011, ceramics, carboard or wood, steel, Ensemble of 7 objects: H:25 x 40 x 25 cm. Miriam Cahn, mir zuschauend beim lachen, m.sept_1982, Pencil on newspaper, 29,5 x 280 cm. Francisco Tropa, "Panta Rhei", 2015, "Scripta", 2016, stones, bronze replicas, acrylic box. "Gigante", 2018, bronze, patina, wood, metal, dimension variable.
Katinka Bock,
Katinka Bock, "Horizontal Alphabet", 2014, ceramic, glass, fabric. Ulrich Polster, "Chernivitsi (5.7.2010/18:40h)", 2013, video HD, sound, color, 16:9. Franz Erhard Walther, "Trial Sewings / Probenähungen", 1983-1992, dyed cotton fabric. Santiago de Paoli, "together", 2014, oil on felt fabric, 37 x 51 cm
Guillaume Leblon, Population Sommaire (noire), 2010, ceramic, steel, 300 x 200 cm. William Anastasi,
Guillaume Leblon, Population Sommaire (noire), 2010, ceramic, steel, 300 x 200 cm. William Anastasi, "Without Title (Roof)", 1977, polaroids, 31 x 28,5 cm. "Without Title (Rust)", 1977, polaroids, 31 x 28,5 cm.

Zbyněk Baladrán, Katinka Bock, Santiago de Paoli, William Anastasi, Colette Brunschwig, Diego Bianchi, Miriam Cahn, Frédéric Moser & Philippe Schwinger, Guillaume Leblon, Isa Melsheimer, Ulrich Polster, Prinz Gholam, Hans Schabus, Elodie Seguin, Francisco Tropa, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Franz Erhard Walther, Christoph Weber

70.001

October 20 — December 21, 2019
Galerie Jocelyn Wolff opened in 2003 with “Occupation” by Clemens von Wedemeyer who was already exploring the dynamics of crowd movement as analysed by Elias Canetti. In 2019, Wedemeyer produces the video installation “70.001” about mass demonstrations with a software for virtual worlds and transfers Canetti into digital space. This work is the focus of the inaugural exhibition of the gallery’s new space in Komunuma in Romainville exploring the dialectical qualities of fragmentary composition a theme that is developed by many of the gallery’s artists.