Johannes Hugo Stoll

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Cardboard takeaway, 2017, installation with two cardboard blocks and PET strapping (100 × 100 × 400cm and 300 × 100 × 100cm), cardboard box (25 × 35 × 40cm) with approx. 400 photo key chains (each 4,5 × 5,5cm), cardboard wall lettering (400 × 30 × 1,0cm), installation view, State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart, Germany, 2017

Cardboard takeaway, 2017, installation with two cardboard blocks and PET strapping (100 × 100 × 400cm and 300 × 100 × 100cm), cardboard box (25 × 35 × 40cm) with approx. 400 photo key chains (each 4,5 × 5,5cm), cardboard wall lettering (400 × 30 × 1,0cm), installation view, State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart, Germany, 2017

Cardboard takeaway, 2017, installation with two cardboard blocks and PET strapping (100 × 100 × 400cm and 300 × 100 × 100cm), cardboard box (25 × 35 × 40cm) with approx. 400 photo key chains (each 4,5 × 5,5cm), cardboard wall lettering (400 × 30 × 1,0cm), installation view, State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart, Germany, 2017

Cardboard takeaway, 2017, installation with two cardboard blocks and PET strapping (100 × 100 × 400cm and 300 × 100 × 100cm), cardboard box (25 × 35 × 40cm) with approx. 400 photo key chains (each 4,5 × 5,5cm), cardboard wall lettering (400 × 30 × 1,0cm), installation view, State Academy of Art and Design Stuttgart, Germany, 2017

Calwer Handlinge, 2014, Objects of liquid plaster in plastic bags, each approx. (30 × 20 × 50cm), HD video documentation, sound, (0:50min), photos, (each 60 × 80cm)

Calwer Handlinge, 2014, Objects of liquid plaster in plastic bags, each approx. (30 × 20 × 50cm), HD video documentation, sound, (0:50min), photos, (each 60 × 80cm)

Calwer Handlinge, 2014, Objects of liquid plaster in plastic bags, each approx. (30 × 20 × 50cm), HD video documentation, sound, (0:50min), photos, (each 60 × 80cm)

Calwer Handlinge, 2014, Objects of liquid plaster in plastic bags, each approx. (30 × 20 × 50cm), HD video documentation, sound, (0:50min), photos, (each 60 × 80cm)

Wrapped bronze, 2019, installation with spatial sound (5:08 min), two bronze castings (each 45 × 45 × 50cm), single-channel video projection, HD video loop (5:08 min), installation view, Humbase, Stuttgart, Germany, 2019

Wrapped bronze, 2019, installation with spatial sound (5:08 min), two bronze castings (each 45 × 45 × 50cm), single-channel video projection, HD video loop (5:08 min), installation view, Humbase, Stuttgart, Germany, 2019

Wrapped bronze, 2019, installation with spatial sound (5:08 min), two bronze castings (each 45 × 45 × 50cm), single-channel video projection, HD video loop (5:08 min), installation view, Humbase, Stuttgart, Germany, 2019

Wrapped bronze, 2019, installation with spatial sound (5:08 min), two bronze castings (each 45 × 45 × 50cm), single-channel video projection, HD video loop (5:08 min), installation view, Humbase, Stuttgart, Germany, 2019

Seoul Aluminium Ladder, 2017, Installation with shipping box (56 × 33 × 122cm), photos on alu-dibond (each 17,8 × 10cm), installation view, UG Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany, 2017

Seoul Aluminium Ladder, 2017, Installation with shipping box (56 × 33 × 122cm), photos on alu-dibond (each 17,8 × 10cm), installation view, UG Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany, 2017

Call +49 for monument, 2016, Installation with desk (140 × 90 × 90cm), chair, telephone, photo of Museum Wola, telephone book, 16 Polaroid photos (each 10 × 6,2cm), marker pen, installation view, Museum Wola, Warsaw, Poland, 2016

Call +49 for monument, 2016, Installation with desk (140 × 90 × 90cm), chair, telephone, photo of Museum Wola, telephone book, 16 Polaroid photos (each 10 × 6,2cm), marker pen, installation view, Museum Wola, Warsaw, Poland, 2016

Work seeks application, 2015, Installation (approx. 400 × 20 × 50cm) with seven photos (each 40 × 50cm), Aluminium framed, installation view, Kunstverein Ludwigshafen, Germany, 2017

Work seeks application, 2015, Installation (approx. 400 × 20 × 50cm) with seven photos (each 40 × 50cm), Aluminium framed, installation view, Kunstverein Ludwigshafen, Germany, 2017

Declaratie Nutritionala (A.I.R.), 2021, Installation with metal construction concreted in food delivery boxes, 350 × 150 × 220 cm, ‘Artist in Residence’ time on fabric listed as nutritional table, 40 × 300 cm, metal signs with cutouts, each 40 × 3 × 11 cm, various leftovers on the ground, Installation view, Electroputere Gallery Craiova, Romania

Declaratie Nutritionala (A.I.R.), 2021, Installation with metal construction concreted in food delivery boxes, 350 × 150 × 220 cm, ‘Artist in Residence’ time on fabric listed as nutritional table, 40 × 300 cm, metal signs with cutouts, each 40 × 3 × 11 cm, various leftovers on the ground, Installation view, Electroputere Gallery Craiova, Romania

Johannes Hugo Stoll, *1986 in Idar-Oberstein, Germany, studied art at different schools in Mainz, Leipzig, Warsaw, Seoul and in Stuttgart, where he graduated 2017 with a participatory work about takeaway culture and created a loose network of people carrying around images of food transport boxes. He re-organizes and re-produces, turning observations in culture into objects that display their being on the move, addressing places of origin and destination. With a basic interest in image and sculpture he borrows from current art or historical art positions. Forms are literally taken in hand to create potential spaces between everyday culture and high culture. His basic form is the human body which he uses to oscillate between content and container, referring to the production of the self, for which he plays with the perspectives of outside and inside. He takes things in his hands, examining literally in order to leave behind traces of localization or non-localization. The performative side of our everyday life is thereby emphasized.

Recent shows and awards include the Artist in Residence program at Club Electroputere, Craiova, Romania (2020), the group shows Re-altering Reality at Galeria ElectroPutere, Craiova Romania (2021), ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ (shrug) with foundation Centre Culturel Franco-Allemand in Karlsruhe, Germany (2021) or Twittering Machine in Burg Galerie im Volkspark, Halle (Saale) Germany (2020).