social media artist

Helzle shows people with eyes closed in outer space, black and white. They act "quiet" as if they had taken a different reality. Reduced onto the face they are out of touch, feeling, grasping. Unlike the death mask, showing the unemotional face, we experience the traits of the people portrayed in contemplative attitude. Do not sleep. They stand or sit. Their features are disturbing awake, tense. more...

State Palaces and Gardens / Monastery Schussenried - ICH BIN WIR - I AM WE and the face of Oberschwaben - media art by Wolf Nkole Helzle Solo exhibition, curated by Ricarda Geib. Opening on April 4, 2014 by 17 clock (to 27 July 2014) with an introduction by Ricarda Geib more...

"Face of Turku" social media art project with the citizens of Turku by Wolf Nkole Helzle, June 3-7, 2014 more...

Catalog 56 pages. Publisher: State Palaces and Gardens of Baden-Württemberg. Curation and Catalogue Texts: Ricarda Geib. Design WELLHOLZ 2014. "ICH BIN WIR_I AM We" is a comprehensive exhibition of mixed media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle. The programmatic title refers to its participatory projects. more...

They look like works of spontaneous nature observation, as it was the artist managed to condense the perception of volatile and blissful nature experiences in blistering abstraction. The air itself seems to support the landscapes. Sunlight, so it seems as if penetrates through the dense fog and highlights the silhouette of a mountain, a forest from the off. more...

They look like works of spontaneous nature observation, as it was the artist managed to condense the perception of volatile and blissful nature experiences in blistering abstraction. The air itself seems to support the landscapes. Sunlight, so it seems as if penetrates through the dense fog and highlights the silhouette of a mountain, a forest from the off. more...

Wolf Nkole Helzle (faces & projections), Frank Fischer (bass), Ingo Bischof (keybords),Günther Reger (saxophones & percussion)
These four artists are serious. They draw the audience throughout the performance of more than 60 minutes in the spell of her pictures and music. In the symbiosis of music, sound and projected images, they can meet different levels and condense them into a whole body. more...

Social media Art with the City of Ostfildern. A documentation accompanying the exhibition. Publisher: Gallery of the City Ostfildern, supported by the Local Action Plan Ostfildern.

56 pages, 21 x 21 cm, design WELLHOLZ, 2012. more...

Wolf Nkole Helzle (projections), Jean Bartolome (movings), Günther Reger (sounds). In the latest production by media artist Wolf Nkole Helzle he experimented together with dancer Jean Bartolome and musician Günther Reger over the question of whether the observer is the observed. Do we end up with our skin, with the vastness of our gaze, our thoughts ...? Is the world in us, not out there? more...

In Helzles Self Portraits missing the look in the mirror, self configuration seems hidden. Helzle refers to an ancient Indian wisdom: "What you see is what you is" and explored - self-testing - the world. Over a period of 365 days (from May 2010 to May 2011), the artist was trying to break away from the narcissistic self-image and to take his life - every image, every day is a different sensation, a new encounter. Noticeably, the immediacy of his perception. more...