KENMO graffiti / performance / artist


Battlebox auf der Breminale Sa. 6.7. 16h

Heyho, ich freue mich, darauf hinweisen zu können, daß am Samstag, den 6.7.2019 die Battlebox wieder die Breminale verzaubern wird, von 16 bis 18 Uhr an den steinernen Stufen zwischen Osterdeichwiesen und Schlachte!
Hier der Link zur FB-Veranstaltungsseite:

Und am Samstag, den 24.8.2019 geht es weiter auf dem Streetart-Festival Weyhe, diesmal wieder auf dem Gelände der KGS Kirchweyhe, ebenfalls ab 16 Uhr:

Die Battlebox ist übrigens immer interessiert an neuen Künstlern und Helfern!;-)


Battlebox Streetart-Festival Weyhe 15.9.

Hier einige Fotos von der Battlebox beim Streetart-Festival Weyhe-Leeste am 15.9.
Es war mal wieder nice, wir haben sauber abgeliefert, coole Location, super Veranstalter - Danke an alle! Bis zum nächsten mal(en)!:-)


Battlebox Trailer Farbflut

Battlebox Trailer Farbflut 2018 from Kenmo on Vimeo.

Here´s another Battlebox trailer, this time from the first show at Farbflut-Festival in Lemwerder, june 2018. Filmed and edited by Alexander Fanslau.


Brokenmonstar Trailer

Brokenmonstar Trailer 1 from Kenmo on Vimeo.

Olaf Clausing made a trailer for the new project


Pandoras Box – das Video!

Hier nun die Video-Dokumentation der diesjährigen Graffitiperformance.

Pandoras Box from Kenmo on Vimeo.

This is the second Graffitiperformance I produced. Like the first one it´s all black-and-white, music and "Zeitgeist"-issues. Unlike the first one this time we worked on a cube with four segments that can be rotated. This was quite a challenge to work with technically, since it was all new and we really didn´t have much time for our rehearsals. After the unexpected success of "Wandeln" last year it was hard to satisfy the high expectations anyway. In the end I think we worked out something good, but in my vision it could have been even better (which probably is the normal state of an artist, eh?!).
The first scene shows a person with a TV-head (a box!) bombarded with brainwash-propaganda from three screens until he finally doubts his identification with this virtual reality and asks himself the question "who am I?". This becomes the turning point. While the painted wall rotates imagine the person turning around in the room, away from the screens, still not knowing who he really is, just to find himself in the next bigger box like a prison cell confronted with surveillance and police brutality directed by a capitalist death figure in the second scene. Now they ask him to "identify yourself!". The third scene shows the usual system-identification-boxes like ID-card, bank card, smart phone and insurance card as the answer offered by the state. In the fourth scene the person finally identifies with what can never be taken away from him: his almost room-(box!)-filling body, his thoughts, feelings, impulses and consciousness as a naked man showing a face for the first time. Then the box closes again, following the original story of Pandoras Box getting closed before the last remaining thing in it can move out with the second opening: Hope!
The last scene representing hope shows the person outside of town, outside of the boxes, turning into the other direction with flying birds tied to his fingers as if he was to fly away towards the huge spiral in the night sky at the end of the picture, while the audience is left to decide wether his hope is something completely irrational like the last big illusion or wether it actually is something "reasonable", wether he´s got the magic to manifest another reality.