shifted through . Gabriele Künne and Inken Reinert Architecture, tectonic culture in furniture, landscape and scriptural systems form the basis from which Gabriele Künne and Inken Reinert combine urban and nature-oriented presentations. By shifting transitions and borders several times, the artistic transformation process becomes the actual topic in the works of this exhibition.
FRAU WAGNER Try Walking In My Shoes oder DIE KLEIDERORDNUNG – A Cross Couture Project made of Berlin police uniforms 23.01.2020 – 29.02.2020 shop-window 24h Vitrine U – Kleistpark (U7) in 10781 Berlin Opening with performance, Thursday, January 23 2020 7 – 8 pm with Frau Wagner + models “I come out of the […]
08.12.2019 – 31.12.2019 Schaufenster 24 hrs EX-MÊKH Probe c/o Haus der Statistik, Haus D (Eingang Otto-Braun-Straße) in 10187 Berlin Opening, Sunday, December 8, 2019 2 – 5 PM Performance Opening EX-MÊKH The Act In this exhibition EX-MÊKH will show their inspiration and working method, the themes that have always been important to the […]
Performance (Pioniernutzung Haus der Statistik) 19.9.2019 8:00 -8:30pm Location Haus der Statistik, Karl-Marx-Allee 1 (Entrance Otto-Braun-Straße) in 10187 Berlin Holding Space – Yon Natalie Mik in conversation with Ellinor Euler Dancer Yon Natalie Mik will create movements for Holding Space, 2019 to engage in direct conversation with Ellinor Euler’s sculptural drawings Fellow Lodgers. Mik’s body […]
(Pioniernutzung Haus der Statistik) Made of conventional enameled wire, Ellinor Euler’s Fellow Lodgers occupy spaces. They are found either in niches and protrusions or occupy the entire space. The artist transfers graphic structures into spacial drawings. Thus individually adapted room installations are created. Ellinor Euler studied architecture in Berlin. At the same time she developed her artistic […]
Sebastian Menzke was born in 1979 in Neubrandenburg, he was first trained as a glazier and then went on to receive a design degree at the Hochschule Wismar. His work is at times figurative, sometimes abstract. Menzke‘s works tell of people and myths, mixing modern elements from the media with the icons of art history. […]
NO PLACE LIKE HOME – Clemens Wilhelm’s first solo exhibition in Berlin presents three video works on the connection of mass tourism and mass photography: SIMULACRA takes you on a hyperrealistic trip through a Chinese copy of the world. THE TOURIST mixes the aesthetics of National Geographic, Caspar David Friedrich and Porno through an absurd […]