Archives for posts tagged ‘berlin’

Douglas Gordon

Douglas Gordon Work from Sharpening Fantasy at Blain Southern. “Blain|Southern Berlin is delighted to present a new group of video works by Douglas Gordon during the 63rd Film Berlinale, 2013. Gordon is one of the most important and influential artists of his generation. In addition to films and video installations, his work embraces photography, the […]

Clemens Behr

Clemens Behr Work from his oeuvre. “My work is complicated, inexpensive and improvised…My process all begins with the space, which acts as a basis for planning. The space defines the colors and shapes, as well as any fixing or mounting possibilities and the dimensions of the piece.  I can’t plan that much in advance, because […]

Andy Boot

Andy Boot Work from his oeuvre. “…The works are part of Andy Boot’s ongoing investigation of different zones or planes integral to the organization of an image: Andy Boot asks, all but rhetorically, not to mention paradoxically, if it is possible to make an image that is not an image. Indeed, what constitutes an image now that […]

Iris Touliatou

Iris Touliatou Work from Matter enclosed in heavy brackets. “The project Matter enclosed in heavy brackets centers around the cancelled theatrical premiere of The Cradle Will Rock, a play directed by a very young Orson Welles for the Federal Theater Project in New York. Both a wonderful Opera and a remarkable piece of theater history, […]

Evan Gruzis

Evan Gruzis Work from Alpha Wave @ DUVE Berlin. “When the eyes are closed, before reaching somnolence, the brain experiences some of its strongest signals – Alpha Waves. In this exhibition, Evan Gruzis focuses on the the conflation of this physio-meditative state and the subliminal aesthetic that it achieves. The oscillation between full awareness and […]

Simon Denny

Simon Denny Work from his oeuvre. “In a clipping from a 1914 edition of The New York Times, it is reported that dancer Paul Swan collapsed in the middle of the stage during his vaudeville debut. Almost a century later, on the evening that Simon Denny’s most recent exhibition opened at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, a […]

Rebecca Loyche

Rebecca Loyche Work from Circadian Project. “Circadian offers the visitor an otherworldly experience. Entering the space through a whited out cylindrical door, the visitor is surprised to find a completely white room filled with light everywhere they look. Accompanied by an atmospheric soundscape the room is a space to unplug, refocus, recharge and get lost […]

Olaf Nicolai

Olaf Nicolai Work from his oeuvre. “Nicolai combines art with observations on markets and materialism, with memories and archive material, with relational aesthetics, and with scenes from everyday life. He creates artificial landscapes and urban scenes, augments consumer goods into gargantuan items, and works with distorted advertising art. Thus, familiar images are put in new […]

Michele Di Menna

Michele Di Menna Work from “Ooze Generator” at Galerie Kamm. “…Michele Di Menna turns toward the dynamic in her working process, bundling the ephemerality of her performative work, transforming it into a manifold and solid installation. Like in H.G. Wells novel of the same title, Michele Di Menna, revisits for “The Shape of Things to […]

Ryoji Ikeda

Ryoji Ikeda Work from his exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof “Japanese composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda has conceived an exhibition for the Hamburger Bahnhof that, for the first time, compositionally unites the two symmetrical halls on the upper level of the museum’s east and west wings. The exhibition’s title db (short for decibel) refers to this symmetry while simultaneously […]