Wood memory: Gabriele Münter & Wassily Kandinsky



Gabriele Münter bought 1908 on the urge of her companion, Wassily Kandinsky a house in Murnau, at the foot of the Alps, near Garmisch Partenkirchen.

She bequeathed it later togehter with her art collection to the Municipal Galery "Lenbachhaus" of Munich.


About ten years ago, some over a hundred years old linden trees on the way to the Münter-house were cut down due to road works (...)

Grund Text Bruno 1

Il y a Trois Jours

Il y a Trois Jours (three days ago) is a phrase in Africa and can be meant both three days and a long period of time in the past.
This relativizes time, which basically as a constant does not exist (...) 

Strangling Ear Trumpet


Calamus Auditorius /  Var.Platformiensis / Fam. Convulvulacea

The Strangling Ear Trumpet belongs to the genus Convulvulaceae and represents a new type of communicative plant. The extraordinary suffocating vine is able to overcome all obstacles (...)

Start to be


The director Manfred Killer had seen the live painting in “La Gourmandise” at the theatre of “La Guillotine” in Montreuil, Paris. After the performance he talked to De Muynck (...)

Nach der Vorstellung / After the Play Leuchtkasten C-Foto mit Toncollage. Städtisches Museum, Engen. Interaktive Bühnenmalerei, entstanden während der Aufführung von Natascha Kantors Tanztheater „La Gourmandise“, La Guillotine, Montreuil, Paris, 17. September 2001. Hinterglasmalerei, Originalgröße 7,80 × 1,30 m

La Gourmandise_After the Play


Natasha Kantor, head of the dance theater group " Banal Molotov " in Paris, invited De Muynck to perform an interactive painting verre églomisé in her piece "La Gourmandise " (greed, gluttony).

7 meter 80 should be painted every evening in one hour and 40 minutes (...)

Orient - Occident

In 2004 De Muynck was commissioned by the Cultural Department of the City of Munich, to curate the international traveling exhibition : "Women in Orient and Occident" in the Gasteig in Munich and give the opening speech (...)

Sounds of Colour


Rita De Muynck has developed since 1993 a trance technique to generate an experimental synaesthesia of image and sound (unlike painting in an associative way while listening to music).

Using this technique, she created a series of paintings based on a selection of works by contemporary composers (...)