In February 2020, the films Vidourle and Tourneur by our fellow Yalda Afsah are screened in the IBB-Video Space at Berlinische Galerie.
Errant Sound will feature Clarissa Thieme's newly produced works and the installation "Can’t you see them? – Repeat." in site specific set up.
In the framework of her artistic FWF research project "The Performative Biofact" and in cooperation with the women’s representative of the Berlin University of the Arts, our alumna Lucie Strecker invites Isabel Burr-Raty to give the workshop "Bio-autonomous Farming" at BAS.
For the Kunstmuseum Bonn, Agnes Meyer-Brandis developed an immersive video and spatial installation that is characteristic for her work which is “moving at the intersection of art and science, nature and culture, fact and fction.”
The film "Araf" by our fellow Didem Pekün is screened as part of the Bosnian program at Eastern Neigbours Film Festival 2019 at Fimhuis Den Haag.
Our alumna Tanja Ostojić will exhibit the entire exhibition archive of her project "Lexicon of Tanjas Ostojić” (2011-17) and "After Courbet” (2004), each of them for the first time in Germany, in the context of "DE-HEIMATIZE IT!" at Maxim Gorki Theater.
Our associate Neslihan Arol contributed to the book “Staging Gender – Reflexionen aus Theorie und Praxis der performativen Künste” with her thoughts on “Gender in Comedy: Reflections from a Practitioner-Researcher”.
The Guardian listed the best art of the 21st century and our former fellow Tanja Ostojić is on place 23 with her project “Looking for a Husband with EU Passport” (2000-05).
The series of drawings “flüssige Raster“ (fluid raster) by our alumna Juliane Laitzsch is part of the centenary exhibition Original Bauhaus at Berlinische Galerie– Museum of Modern Art.
Our associate Rindon Johnson’s work will be on show at the Brooklyn Museum until December, as part of the show Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall.
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