social media artist

Real encounters can also take place online. Taking a photo takes max. 2 minutes. There is no queue. You release your photo. And so the media artist is now available online :from 2 - 30.11.2020 from 14-16 clock CET After completion of the project at the end of November 2020, the results will be shown both here online on this site and in Wolf Helzle's next exhibition. more...

participative climate change art project collecting activities for survival more...

Inspired by reading the work of the Indian philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti and his statement „the observer is the observed“, I took a photo of a random counterpart every day from 2010 to 2011 in order to personally verify this statement. With the astonishing result that the previous view of the world: „This is me“ and „This is not me“ could no longer be maintained. As if by chance, a new series „365 Self-Portraits“ was created. Further interests were added like „Simultaneity“ and the project „Stuttgart 21“, so that I developed the concept for this work at the end of 2011. Sponsors enabled me to realize the design and programming, so that the platform went online in March 2012. more...

Art action for a cultural change from PLEASE to THANKS more...

A group of artists, musicians and sound designers encounter the landscapes of the Swabian Alb. The dialogues and introductions that take place in this way form the basis for a variety of productions. The website provides insights into inspections, field recordings and artistic realisations. more...

Audiovisual Installation by Wolf Nkole Helzle with photographes of Victor S. Brigola, Emine Cetin, Karin Fietzek, Angelika Hagen, Ulla Hallkola, Manfred Helzle, Wolf Nkole Helzle, Timber A. Hemprich, Rolf-Peter König, Hans Landenberger, Rüdiger Miksch, Nuray Önoglu, Karin Pietzka, Karin Rehm, Mervi Rutanen, Michael Satow, Raija Silvenoinen, Gerd und Monika Strobel, German und Magnus Zoeschinger and with Field Recordings of Thorsten Toto Schreijäg and Michael Fetscher.. more...

MyMatrix is an interactive Community Art Project by media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle more...

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...

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...