Xiao Xiao’s research project, entitled The Reception of Ganying in Günther Uecker’s Perceptual Approach, is concerned with philosophical concepts originating in the East Asian region.
In her research project, Cara Venzke examines the spatial disposition of Günther Uecker’s so-called “structure pictures.” The starting points of her analysis are the “encirclements” or “enclosures” found in the artist’s work.
In her research project, Katrin Nahidi analyzes one of the 14 works Uecker created for the ifa’s touring exhibition, which developed against the background of the 1992 radical right-wing riots in Rostock-Lichtenhagen, Implement (On Words).
Katja Gentric analyzes Günther Uecker’s 1983 work Wounded Field, which was shown during the exhibition Art Contre/Against Apartheid.
In his research project Penetrations of Space, Nick Böhnke deals with the works of Günther Uecker that are among his earliest pictorial inventions, the Finger Paintings (1956), in the wake of which his “painterly reliefs” were created (1958).
In their interdisciplinary research project, Raha Golestani and Konstantin Schönfelder deal with Uecker’s cycle of works Homage to Hafez (2015) and the process of “performative translation” manifested in it.