3rd International

Printmaking Symposium

November 12-15, 2015

in Bentlage, Rheine, Germany

Artist duo Daniela Schlüter and Stefan Demming already came together in 2014 in order to work on their project Luurn bi de Buern. Together with other artists, they offered insight into disappearance of agriculture from the public recognition and created exhibitions on farms in the Münsterland region. The cooperation of both artists has a special dynamic: Demming works in the field of media art and refers back to Schlüter’s printmaking with photo etchings. As a consequence the work of Schlüter and Demming intertwine and reinforces each other.

Stefan Demming studied audio-visual media and composition at the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen, where he was a student of Jean-François Guiton. His work was exhibited in various countries and awarded with a grant called DAAD-Stipendium and the Bremer Förderpreis, an award for video installation. Daniela Schlüter focuses on printmaking. She lived in New York and teaches there at the Felician College. Currently, she works at a farm in Südlohn and teaches at the University of Alberta in Canada and at the Druckvereinigung Kloster Bentlage.