BPA at Gropius Studios
During her stay at the Gropius Bau, Anne Fellner developed a series of “plein air” paintings based on her observation of a webcam at the lighthouse of Point No Point, a headland on the northeast point of the Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State, not far from the artist’s childhood home.
“From afar, it is a point. As you approach, it disappears: no point. A setting erodes through movement.”
— Sharmila Cohen
About the artist
Anne Fellner graduated from the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Leipzig. Recent solo exhibitions include Signs and Portents (2020), Damien and the Love Guru, Brussels; Take My Face (2019), Liszt, Berlin and Castle of Insolence (with Burkhard Beschow) (2017), Tonus, Paris. Recent group shows in Living As (2020), Sangt Hipolyt at Loggia, Munich and bandwagon (2019), Pogo Bar, KW Berlin.
One year at Point No Point
This one-minute video is based on a collection of stills from the webcam at Point No Point Lighthouse, which inspired Anne Fellner’s series of “plein air” paintings at the Gropius Bau.