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THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA COLLECTIVE, Modern Art Research Institute Kyiv, 6.12.2012

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Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch Video: Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk The Beautiful Formula Collective, Modern Art Research Institute, Kyiv, 2012. Photo © Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk “GAU”, Mixed Media on FPY, 80 x 70 cm, 2012. Daniel Geiger, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch. Photo © Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk “Tlo”, Ink on FPY, 80 x 70 cm, 2012. Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch. Photo © Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk “Schar”, Ink on MDF, 60 x 70 cm, 2012. Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch. Photo © Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk “11123″, acrylic and marker on polyester, 80 x 70 cm, 2012. Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch. Photo © Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk The Beautiful Formula Collective, Modern Art Research Institute, Kyiv, 2012. Photo © Daryna Deineko-Kazmiruk

6.12.2012 Modern Art Research Institute Kiyv

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Modern Art Research Institute Kyiv 6.12. 19:00 PERFORMANCE THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA COLLECTIVE Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch 11.12. 19:00 WORKSHOP

Sublunare Welt

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"Sublunare Welt" 2012 Image 1 Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch. Mixed Media on FPY, 93 x 90 cm, 2012, Leipzig. Photo © Ronny Waleska Image 2 Oleksiy Koval marker on cotton, 67 x 60 cm, 2012. Photo © Klaus Mauz M  1/4, 1/9 R      *1,2,1,3,1,5 *5,–,–,–,–,1 E  |a,b,c,d,e,f| P     [a*1,b2,c1,d3,e1,f5] a*5,–,–,–,–,1 [b*1,c2,d1,e3,f1,a5] b*5,–,–,–,–,1 [c*1,d2,e1,f3,a1,b5] c*5,–,–,–,–,1 [d*1,e2,f1,a3,b1,c5] d*5,–,–,–,–,1 [e*1,f2,a1,b3,c1,d5] e*5,–,–,–,–,1 [f*1,a2,b1,c3,d1,e5] f*5,–,–,–,–,1 M meter R rhythmical motive E element P procedure * hits the meter || order fixed [] within the same area  more...

Formula

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On this page we want to publish the compositions and the language to write down those compositions. This language allows to understand the process of compositions, to realize them and to create new ones.  We are working on the improvement of the vocabulary and are looking forward to comments concerning the language and the compositions. The Beautiful Formula Collective U unit  # entries  M meter  R rhythmical motive E element P procedure * hits the meter ∞  number of entries flexible  1  number of entries || order fixed [] within the same area  ~ n   occupy n areas { n   out of n possible  + has to touch more...

Workshop with ‘The Beautiful Forumla Collective’, Lasalle College, Singapore 2012

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Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Veronika Wenger and students of Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore 2012

The Beautiful Formula Collective | ICA Galleries | Singapore 2012

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Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Veronika Wenger "Stalker" ICA Galleries, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, 2012. Video © Alu Walter Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Veronika Wenger "Stalker" ICA Galleries, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore, 2012. Photo © Rhythm Section Photo © Rhythm Section

The Beautiful Formula Collective | Westpol a.i.r. Space | Leipzig

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The Beautiful Formula Collective, Wespol a.i.r. Space. Photo © Ronny Waleska Oleksiy Koval. Photo © Ronny Waleska Daniel Geiger. Photo © Ronny Waleska Stefan Schessl. Photo © Ronny Waleska Kuros Nekouian. Photo © Ronny Waleska Veronika Wenger. Photo © Ronny Waleska Pascal Worsch. Photo © Ronny Waleska Veronika Wenger, Stefan Schessl. Photo © Ronny Waleska Pascal Worsch, Veronika Wenger, Daniel Geiger. Photo © Ronny Waleska Pascal Worsch, Daniel Geiger. Photo © Ronny Waleska The Beautiful Formula Collective, Wespol a.i.r. Space. Photo © Ronny Waleska Pascal Worsch, Veronika Wenger, Kuros Nekouian, Oleksiy Koval. Photo © Ronny Waleska Stefan Schessl, Oleksiy Koval, Daniel Geiger, Veronika Wenger,Pascal Worsch . Photo © Ronny Waleska "Stalker" Mixed Media on FPY, 100 x 126 cm, 2012 Daniel Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Pascal Worsch. Photo © R

A film about the Beautiful Formula Collective

The Beautiful Formula Collective from THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA on Vimeo . Artists: Pascal Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Daniel Worsch Interview: Wilhelm Warning Camera: David Czobel Edit: Daniel Geiger, Pascal Worsch Subtitles: Stefan Schessl Special Thanks to: David Czobel, Nicklas Streit, Bernhard Lypp, LW 44, Melanie Wagner

The Beautiful Formula Collective @ LW44, March 2012, Munich

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"1,1,1,2,3" Mixed Media auf Papier, 60x70 cm, 2012 Pascal Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Daniel Worsch "Quinta Essentia" Öl und Acryl auf Polyester, 130x160 cm, 2012 Pascal Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Daniel Worsch "Duell“ Mixed Media auf Aluminium, 52,5x67,5 cm, 2012 Pascal Geiger, Daniel Worsch "Duell“ Öl auf Papier, 75x70 cm, 2012 Kuros Nekouian, Veronika Wenger "Duell“ Mixed Media auf Aluminium, 65,5x52,5 cm, 2012 Oleksiy Koval, Stefan Schessl "Supralunare Welt“ Mixed Media auf Wellpappe, 100x150 cm, 2012 Pascal Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Daniel Worsch "Sublunare Welt“ Mixed Media auf PFY, 80x70 cm, 2012 Pascal Geiger, Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian, Stefan Schessl, Veronika Wenger, Daniel Worsch  

TBFC im Interview mit Wilhelm Warning

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Pascal Geiger  Gong Hong Huang  Oleksiy Koval  Kuros Nekouian  Stefan Schessl  Veronika Wenger  Daniel Worsch  Munich 2011/12 The Beautiful Formula Collective is an open group joined by Oleksiy Koval, Kuros Nekouian and Stefan Schessl in 2011. The idea to which the group adresses can be denoted as an attempt to cancel the hierarchic separations in the process of art. We want to find out in wich way a finalized work and its incurrence, as well as the artistic individuality as an activity are interweaved with forms of collective doing and conception. We want to face the process of painting as such und ask about the meaning of formulas and rules, wich feed it and keep it in motion. We want to make the process of art tangible and transparent as a test assembly. We want to set free the curiosity for understanding painterly test assemblies. Eventually such an understanding can only emerge, if the on