social media artist

Homo Universalis is like a picture of a higher order, a floating icon. It gives the portrayed a new, common identity. The Today is exceeded on a future which is not tangible. Since 2009, the artist works on "multiple portraits." Scintillating between individual and collective Helzle organized duality and bring them into balance, the ego becomes We. Multiple portraits reflect a different reality than that of the individual. more...

Homo universalis - Welcome to the Museum Biedermann. A performative photographic art project by Wolf Nkole Helzle in the reading room, curated by Simone Jung.
At the opening of the exhibition "Light games in the Museum Biedermann" and on certain days and events in their further course, visitors are invited to become part of the worldwide, performative photography project "homo universalis" more...

Wolf Nkole Helzle is invited to photograph the population of Hashima, Japan. The portraits all flow in the MEDIA ART PIECE "... and I am a part", which is listed on Hashima Festival 2014. Provided are two large projections in urban space. At the opening, there is a Visual Music along with a Japanese drum group. more...

Furniture are experienced physically. Sitting one stops, comes to himself - Sitting sharpens the sense of sight, generated structure and provides support. Helzles sofa looks like an island, a place of rest. The artist invites the visitor to be seated for the duration of a shooting on his sofa printed with portrait miniatures from people all around the world. This sprawling furniture like a base, a throne, as if the artists enhance the visitor. more...

The installation is housed in a room or in two adjacent rooms and consists of two parts. Part 1 is a photography station in which photographs are made of entering visitors, and Part 2 is an interactive projection in which the visitors who have been photographed are part of the action in several respects. more...

MEDIA ART PIECE by Wolf Nkole Helzle. The media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle has been working unwaveringly on expanding a unique archive since the mid-nineties. Wheter in Europe, Africa, or Asia - wether at an art exhibition, in a church, or on the street - in all these places, a chair, a lamp, a black background, and a camera have invited guests, visitors, and passers-by to participate in a photo shoot. more...

Wolf Nkole Helzle (faces & projections), Frank Fischer (bass), Ingo Bischof (keybords),Günther Reger (saxophones & percussion)
These four artists are serious. They draw the audience throughout the performance of more than 60 minutes in the spell of her pictures and music. In the symbiosis of music, sound and projected images, they can meet different levels and condense them into a whole body. more...

Wolf Nkole Helzle (projections), Jean Bartolome (movings), Günther Reger (sounds). In the latest production by media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle he experimented together with dancer Jean Bartolome and musician Günther Reger over the question of whether the observer is the observed. Do we end up with our skin, with the vastness of our gaze, our thoughts ...? Is the world in us, not out there? more...

Lauren Newton (voice), Wolf Nkole Helzle (pictures, projections), Koho Mori-Newton (Silk & sounds) . "Entertaining, creative and full of groundbraking obliquity: The group" Three "around the singer Lauren Newton left run away their imaginations in an image-sound performance in the brewhouse periphery of Tübingen... because the three avant-gardists like the passing boundaries of a genre. more...

Participatory work from 1997 to 2010. Contributions of Dr. Rita Tauber, Dr. René Hirner, Kurt Laurenz Theinert, Ricarda Geib and Simone Young, translations of Rebecca van Dyck.

German / English, 64 pages, 21 x 29.7 cm, more...