stefan demming | elke graalfs | gisele gonon / cedric mantel | tuija hyytiäinen | hendrik jacob | sylvia henze | michael jungblut | uwe nitsche | nora below | manfred kirschner | ellen kobe | petra lottje | ahang nahkaei | michael pröpper | piotr rambowski | christoph richter | veronika schumacher | anke schmidt-eckhoff | welf schiefer | matthias tedjasukmana | andrea vollmer | buffy klama | andreas wagner | julia fuchs
cd out now! release party folgt (irgendwann nach der em) wer nicht so lange warten will - bitte direkte nachricht an mich. antwort kommt bis 22.5. oder ab 11.6.16. thick - the thin album
1_465 2_blood 3_kirschwasser from the shell 4_i don´t 5_my little
perfect pig 6_you 7_kirschwasser reprise 8_midnight metamorphosis
9_leave my pixel alone 10_tony 11_guns 12_cleantown 13_getto
defender dub 14_peace up the picks ease 15_weather 16_guns reprise 17_it produced by norbert geil artwork by buffy klama
buffy klama(yk) was born in heidelberg, germany. she studied architecture in karlsruhe and berlin (university of the arts). after her diploma in architecture she continued her studies at the udk berlin. leaving architecture she (ab)used her rapidograph (=ink-pencil to produce architectural drawings) to draw anything, but engineering drawings – she then preferred motives like cows, horses or other animals and soon she discovered engraving as another technique to create lines. she scratched not only into copper plates but also into articles of daily use like packing materials, cds, plastic tiles or other rubbish. etching and drawing is one – but probably the most important one – of her methods of artistic production. others are trick film, photography, painting.......
or whatever she will come across.
since 1999 she had many group and solo exhibitions, mostly in germany, but also e.g. in bulgaria, kirgistan and lately in england. she also collaborated with different artists and groups. the exhibition sites vary from artist- run galleries, official buildings, self-initiated project-locations, shops...to galleries and museums.