AboutUta Eisenreich Signals Ahead is a short production residency in Eastside Projects' Second Gallery by the Amsterdam based artist. Focusing on the language of signage in the locale, Eisenreich is planning to develop a series of narrative acts that combine objects and words in a sequence designed for both play and book forms. Eisenreich will be producing and recording object moments across the entire space of the gallery culminating in 'A Performance in 5 Acts' on 20th July and a set of material for James Langdon's next publication which follows on from his acclaimed 'BOOK' in 2010.
(Born 1971, Friedberg, Germany. Lives and works in Amsterdam.)
From a background in photography, Uta Eisenreich increasingly incorporates performative and installation strategies into her practice. Her work often evolves around game structures exploring space between documentation, sculpture, publishing and scriptwriting. Recent solo shows include âTime after Sometimes' (2012), Ellen de Bruijne, Amsterdam and âA not B 1:1' (2010) Art Amsterdam. Group exhibitions include KAAP 2012, (2012) Fort Ruigenhoek/Utrecht, and âHalf suiker, half zand' (2012) Museum De Paviljoens/Almere, Netherlands. Her artist book 'A not B' was published by Roma Publications in 2010. Uta Eisenreich also teaches at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam.