John Bock. Photo: Carolin Röckelein

 

John Bock (*1965) is a sculptor, filmmaker, action artist, author and maker of drawings, best known for his theatrical cosmos of genre-bending performances and installations. His works often converge in sprawling experimental setups that confound the senses. The Berlin-based artist’s material excesses, shock effects, soundscapes and systematic semantic irritations have been described as a “manic world theater” that explores the dark sides of the psyche and radically flaunts the breakdown of social and psychological taboos.

 

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Expansive installations bearing darkly humorous, lyrical titles play a key role in the artist’s oeuvre. Quotidian objects—articles of clothing, toiletries, electrical appliances, furniture, wallpaper and sometimes even agricultural machinery—form ludicrous artistic landscapes subject to auditory and sometimes olfactory manipulation. They are also the sites for the artist’s films and performances, the so-called lectures, and can be understood as a Gesamtkunstwerk that both exposes and dissolves the traditional boundaries of the exhibition in a form of sustained institutional critique.

The films often play a synthesizing role in these installations. Initially created only in tandem with Bock’s live performances, recent years have seen them draw on an increasingly complex array of cinematographic typologies. Examples include Der magische Krug (The Magic Jug, 2013), which taps the aesthetic vocabulary of silent film, but also Unheil (Doom, 2018), a radical mash-up of the medieval fantasy genre. Other works, such as Unzone Eierloch (Unzone Egghole, 2013), are amalgamations of almost every genre, from experimental, horror and gangster films, road, sci-fi and Z movies, as well as romantic comedies and crime dramas. Bock’s films are often set in a schizophrenic, fairytale-like parallel world where adversaries might be strangled by the intestines spilling from the protagonist’s abdomen. Despite their freewheeling, associative play with words, objects and narrative elements, these works have all the coherence of feature films. A number of costumes and props shown in the films also reappear in the cosmos of objects that make up the surrounding installations. The props and objects become autonomous agents, bringing the film to life as unpredictable characters in their own right.

Bock calls his total works of art Summenmutationen—a neologism combining the German words for “sum” and “mutation”—an allusion to the fact that interdependencies arise between objects, actors, films and viewers and that the overall arrangement always leads to something new. The concept opens up an intricate discursive web for his works, and the word itself is inspired by the language of economics and informative yet hard-to-decipher German coinages such as Kunstwohlfahrt (art-welfare), Liebeselastizitäten (love-elasticities) or Triebgenialitäten (drive-genialities).

John Bock’s work clearly distances itself from the pathos of Viennese Actionism and its ideology of physical and sexual liberation. It also diverges from the explicit video works of Paul McCarthy, Tony Oursler and Mike Kelley, with whom the artist is often compared. Perhaps the biggest influence on Bock’s artistic universe can be found in Antonin Artaud’s notion of the absurd Theatre of Cruelty as a subversive counter-model to reality. Bock’s contemporary take on existentialist Dadaism defies the efficiency-loving and alignment-requiring neoliberal present with an absurd and glorious breach of boundaries and taboos. He counters the omnipresent disciplining of body and psyche with a radical staging of physicality and unrestraint. His oeuvre consistently exposes the anarchic chaos that we collectively repress.

 

 

John Bock: Im Moloch der Wesenspräsenz
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, February 24–August 21, 2017
© 3B-Produktion

Works
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Suggestion, 2012

John Bock
Suggestion, 2012
Video, color, sound
16:40 min

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Unheil, 2018

John Bock
Unheil, 2018
Video, stereo, color, sound
91:00 min

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Untitled, 2009/2016

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Untitled, 2009/2016
Colored pencil, wool, t-shirt, india ink, xerox copy, spray paint, pencil
100 × 410 cm
39 3/8 × 161 3/8 inches

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John Bock
Hellraiser, 2018

John Bock
Hellraiser, 2018
2 moped tin dresses, model 'Schwalbe', herringbone on plate, lid of tin can, compass point
each 63 × 52 × 165 cm (2 parts)
each 24 7/8 × 20 1/2 × 65 inches (2 parts)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014 (detail)
Mixed media, 6 videos: Unzone Eierloch (47:50 min), Vision 1 (12:39 min), Vision 2 (9:14 min), Vision 3 (6:12 min), Vision 4 (18:02 min), Vision 5 (11:47 min)
Dimensions variable

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John Bock
Unzone Eierloch, 2013

John Bock
Unzone Eierloch, 2013
Video, color, sound
47:50 min

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John Bock
Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013

John Bock
Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
Installation with video π-Bean (31:10 min)
Metal sculpture, disco ball, wig, hospital drip
300 × 250 × 250 cm
118 × 98 3/8 × 98 3/8 inches

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John Bock
John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
Video, color, sound
32:36 min

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John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
Installation with video (32:36 min)
Table, textiles, wood, adhesive tape, teapot, cushion, red wine bottle, wire, single disc
ca. 160 × 200 × 130 cm
approx. 63 × 78 3/4 × 51 1/8 inches

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John Bock
Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014

John Bock
Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
Fabric, textile objects, strand of hair, shirt, drawing
240 × 200 × 15 cm
94 1/2 × 78 3/4 × 6 inches

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John Bock
Hell’s Bells, 2017

John Bock
Hell’s Bells, 2017
Video, color, sound
90 min

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John Bock
Der magische Krug, 2013

John Bock
Der magische Krug, 2013 (set photo)
Installation with video Der magische Krug (15:50 min), animated puppet, canvas, cinema seats
Dimensions variable

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John Bock
Suggestion, 2012
Video, color, sound
16:40 min

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Suggestion, 2012
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Suggestion, 2012 (set photo)

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Suggestion, 2012
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Suggestion, 2012 (set photo)

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Suggestion, 2012
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Suggestion, 2012 (set photo)

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Suggestion, 2012
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Suggestion, 2012 (set photo)

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Suggestion, 2012
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Suggestion, 2012 (set photo)

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Suggestion, 2012
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John Bock
Unheil, 2018
Video, stereo, color, sound
91:00 min

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Unheil, 2018
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Unheil, 2018 (set photo)

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Unheil, 2018
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Unheil, 2018 (set photo)

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Unheil, 2018 (set photo)

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Unheil, 2018 (set photo)

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Unheil, 2018
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Unheil, 2018 (set photo)

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Unheil, 2018
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John Bock
Untitled, 2009/2016
Colored pencil, wool, t-shirt, india ink, xerox copy, spray paint, pencil
100 × 410 cm
39 3/8 × 161 3/8 inches

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Untitled, 2009/2016
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Untitled, 2009/2016 (detail)

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Untitled, 2009/2016
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Untitled, 2009/2016 (detail)

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Untitled, 2009/2016
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Untitled, 2009/2016 (detail)

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Untitled, 2009/2016
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John Bock
Hellraiser, 2018
2 moped tin dresses, model 'Schwalbe', herringbone on plate, lid of tin can, compass point
each 63 × 52 × 165 cm (2 parts)
each 24 7/8 × 20 1/2 × 65 inches (2 parts)

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Hellraiser, 2018
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John Bock
Hellraiser, 2018 (detail)

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Hellraiser, 2018
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John Bock
Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014 (detail)
Mixed media, 6 videos: Unzone Eierloch (47:50 min), Vision 1 (12:39 min), Vision 2 (9:14 min), Vision 3 (6:12 min), Vision 4 (18:02 min), Vision 5 (11:47 min)
Dimensions variable

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014 (detail)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014 (detail)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014 (detail)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013/2014
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John Bock
Unzone Eierloch, 2013
Video, color, sound
47:50 min

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013 (set photo)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013 (set photo)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013 (set photo)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013 (set photo)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013
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Unzone Eierloch, 2013 (set photo)

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Unzone Eierloch, 2013
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John Bock
Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
Installation with video π-Bean (31:10 min)
Metal sculpture, disco ball, wig, hospital drip
300 × 250 × 250 cm
118 × 98 3/8 × 98 3/8 inches

John Bock
Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013 (detail)

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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013 (detail)

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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013 (detail)

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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013 (detail)

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Wopper-π-Bean, 2010/2013
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John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
Video, color, sound
32:36 min

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
John Bock
John Bock

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000 (set photo)

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
John Bock

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
Installation with video (32:36 min)
Table, textiles, wood, adhesive tape, teapot, cushion, red wine bottle, wire, single disc
ca. 160 × 200 × 130 cm
approx. 63 × 78 3/4 × 51 1/8 inches

John Bock
1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000

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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000 (detail)

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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000 (detail)

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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000 (detail)

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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000 (detail)

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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000 (detail)

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1 = 2 + KleinOdTot, 2000
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John Bock
Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
Fabric, textile objects, strand of hair, shirt, drawing
240 × 200 × 15 cm
94 1/2 × 78 3/4 × 6 inches

John Bock
Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014 (detail)

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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014 (detail)

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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014 (detail)

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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014 (detail)

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Aus der Kopf-Ab-Leiche im Maggiatalgeröll wächst ein Diagrammstöckchen mit Zeitansage und angebacktem Geröll, 2014
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John Bock
Hell’s Bells, 2017
Video, color, sound
90 min

John Bock
Hell’s Bells, 2017
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John Bock
Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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John Bock
Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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Hell’s Bells, 2017 (set photo)

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Hell’s Bells, 2017
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Der magische Krug, 2013 (set photo)
Installation with video Der magische Krug (15:50 min), animated puppet, canvas, cinema seats
Dimensions variable

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Der magische Krug, 2013
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Der magische Krug, 2013 (set photo)

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Der magische Krug, 2013
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Der magische Krug, 2013 (set photo)

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Current and Upcoming
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Focus Collection: John Bock. AuraAroma Ω-Beule, installation view, Kunsthalle Mannheim, October 25, 2019–October 1, 2020. Photo: Reiner Diehl, © Kunsthalle Mannheim

John Bock
Focus Collection: John Bock. AuraAroma Ω-Beule
Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim
October 25, 2019–October 1, 2020

John Bock numbers among the most important contemporary performance and video artists of our time. In 2013, his impressive installation performance Voll die Beule for the Kunsthalle Mannheim exhibition Only Sculpture! had the audience in raptures. The work included three actors and also incorporated sculptures from the museum’s collection. The sculptural “sum mutation” of this performance will be merged with a reconstruction of Bock’s first large work LiquidityAuraAroma, with which he made his international breakthrough in the 1998 Berlin Biennale.

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Köln Skulptur #10
ÜberNatur – Natural Takeover

Stiftung Skulpturenpark Köln, Cologne
August 1, 2020–July 31, 2022

The 10th edition of the KölnSkulptur biannual exhibition of contemporary outdoor sculpture adds eight new artworks to the Skulpturenpark Köln. Taking the physical location of the park into consideration, wedged between the Rhine, the Cologne Zoo, the Flora, and its adjunct Botanical Garden, it seemed apt to commission works for KölnSkulptur #10 inspired by nature and corresponding to these surrounding environments.

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Nur nichts anbrennen lassen – Neupräsentation der Sammlung
Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn
From June 3, 2020

After the great stocktaking of painting in the exhibition Jetzt! Young Painting in Germany, the Kunstmuseum Bonn is now turning its attention once again to its own collection, which is being presented in a new way in its many and varied aspects, including purchases and donations from recent years as well as permanent loans from private collections. The video centre shows the film Unheil by John Bock, acquired in 2018, which invents a medieval age full of disturbing rituals.

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John Bock, Unheil, 2018. Photo: Martin Sommer
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Installationen aus 25 Jahren Sammlung Falckenberg, installation view, Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg, November 30, 2019–August 30, 2020. Photo: Henning Rogge

Installationen aus 25 Jahren Sammlung Falckenberg
Deichtorhallen Hamburg – Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg
November 30, 2019–August 30, 2020

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Falckenberg Collection, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg is presenting a comprehensive exhibition which will focus on installations and sculptures from the collection including works by John Bock.

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John Bock
Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen
A Main-Brain-Drain-Drama by John Bock and Lars Eidinger
Schaubühne, Berlin
Premiere February 12, 2020

In light of recent developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), exhibitions, events and talks are subject to change.

The works of performance artist John Bock are hard to classify, transcending as they do borders and rigid categories. His practice is a mixture of performance, installation art, sculpture, slapstick and film. Together with Lars Eidinger, he is creating Peer Gynt as an interdisciplinary project somewhere between theatre, fine art and performance. In this, Ibsen’s text serves as a starting point for an exploration of modern identity situated somewhere between the stage and the internet, character and actor, origins and self-creation, filter bubble and reality.  

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© Benjakon
Exhibitions at Sprüth Magers
John Bock

John Bock
Unheil
November 24, 2018–January 19, 2019
Berlin

The films and mise-en-scène sculptures of John Bock are entanglements of meaning and reality. Incorporating installation, performance and film, Bock's practice is deliberately devoid of singular specific meaning; rather, his works serve to confuse the boundaries of different genres. Using theatrical, colourful material and experimental language, through the creation of various tableaus, the artist creates alchemical 'zones' in which hidden fragments of reality are revealed to the visitor.

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John Bock
Knick-Falte in der Schädeldecke
March 15–April 12, 2014
Berlin

The film Unzone Eierloch by John Bock begins with a scene which can be understood as a metaphor for his entire œuvre: The main protagonist, who could be considered to be a young version of the artist himself in terms of height, appearance, and clothing style, stands in front of a generic oil painting depicting a seascape. He secretely scrapes away some oil paint from the canvas, whereupon a flood of blue-green slime emerges from the cut. The leak in the painted ocean cannot be plugged, the oozing slime cannot be stopped.

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Press

John Bock and the Polyvalent Character of his Thoughts
King Kong, interview by Katja Horvat, Autumn/Winter 2018

Das Böseste Wesen
Kunst Berlin, special issue by Tagesspiegel, interview by Christiane Meixner, September 2018

John Bock in Conversation with Vincent Honoré
Cura, interview by Vincent Honoré, Winter 2017/2018

Antichristen in Stiefeln
Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, review by Boris Pofalla, March 9, 2017

John Bock. Im Modder der Summenmutation
Kunstforum International, article by Ann-Katrin Günzel, January-February 2014

Biography

John Bock (*1965, Gribbohm) lives in Berlin. Selected solo exhibitions include Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin (2019), Fondazione Prada, Milano (2018), Contemporary Austin (2017), La Panacée, Montpellier (2017), Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (2017), Bundeskunsthalle Bonn (2013), Kunstverein Hamburg (2013), Städel Museum, Frankfurt (2012), Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin (2010). Selected group exhibitions include Sammlung Falckenberg/Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (2019), Montréal Museum of Fine Art (2017), Kunsthalle Rostock (2017), Marta Herford (2017), Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt (2016), Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (2016), Guggenheim Museum, New York (2015), Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (2011). He participated in Documenta XI, Kassel (2002) as well as the 55th Venice Biennial (2013), the 51st Venice Biennial (2005) and the 48th Venice Biennial (1999).

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Education
1991–97 Diploma in Fine Art Studies at Hochschule für Bildende Künste (HFBK), Hamburg
1986–94 Diploma in Business Administration, Universität Hamburg
Teaching
2004– Professorship of Sculpture at State Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe
Public Collections
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin
Boros Collection, Berlin
Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
DESTE Foundation, Athens
FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims
Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan
Fondazione Prada, Milan
Fundacion la Caixa, Barcelona
Guggenheim Museum, New York
Julia Stoschek Collection
Kunsthalle Mannheim
Kunstmuseum Bonn
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek
Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach
Museum Boijmans von Beuningen, Rotterdam
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin
Museum Ludwig, Cologne
National Museum of Norway, Oslo
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
Sammlung Falckenberg/Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
Sammlung Goetz, Munich
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Tate, London
Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Zabludowicz Collection, London