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A podcast episode with and about our fellow Didem Pekün
A podcast episode with and about our fellow Didem Pekün
with compositions by our fellow Anthony R. Green
initiated by our fellow Mariam Mekiwi and FreeTikTokWomen
Rindon Johnson presents a talk about his recent works and his upcoming pendant exhibitions at SculptureCenter (New York) and Chisenhale Gallery (London) in cooperation with adbk (München).
Our fellow Didem Pekün is part of the event series ART IN DARK TIMES by bi'bak with her film "Araf" (2018), followed by a talk with the artist, Galit Eilat and Erden Kosova
An infrastructural inaugurations is a mixture of architecture, monument, and sculpture, with a tension of performativity and fragility. An evening with fellow Salwa Aleryani and guests, moderated by Ovül Durmuşoğlu.
Our fellow Yalda Afsah is part of the Manifesta13 biennial in Marseille with her films Tourneur/ Vidourle/ Centaur
Lucie Strecker (ed.), Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Lioudmila Voropai among others, Routledge
A group exhibition of the Kunstverein Hildesheim with works by our current fellow Romily Alice Walden and our alumna Lizza May David
Musuku (Museum für Subkulturen) and Modell Berlin present our colleague Lena Loose and her work “Bucht”. The exhibition takes place in the framework of the European Month of Photography (emop).
Former fellow Kerstin Ergenzinger presents the sono-tactile architecture "Pluvial" as part of the AlxMusic Festival at Ars Electronica 2020 In Keplers Gardens at JKU Campus Linz, Austria.
“Build new worlds” is a workshop and public film screening program curated by our fellow Mariam Mekiwi at and around Wolf Kino in Berlin.
We congratulate the Sono-Choreographic Collective, founded 2018 by former fellows and associates Kerstin Ergenzinger, Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari and Kiran Kumar, to their first publication in herri magazine.
PinchukArtCentre announced the artists shortlist for the 6th edition of the Future Generation Art Prize including our associate Rindon Johnson.
From 11th July the Van Abbemuseum presents "Araf", the 2018 film by our fellow Didem Pekün (1978, Istanbul). Presented with surround sound in a single gallery installation, the 45-minute film will be screened every hour on the hour.
Our fellow Didem Pekün published a video in the framework of the solidarity campaign for Osman Kavala, a cultural benefactor imprisoned in Turkey.
Two of our fellows contribute to the demonstration KUNST RAUM STADT of the Berlin University of the Arts. Didem Pekün shows a banner and Salwa Aleryani presents an installation with a light box at Konzertsaal Hardenbergstraße.
Our colleague Lena Loose presents together with the photographers Lars Bösch and Claudia Neubert her final project Bucht at kunstraum braugasse of the Kulturfabrik Hoyerswerda.
Our former fellow Lizza May David shows in her solo exhibition paintings created on site, inspired by written material about the pre-colonial Philippines
Former fellow Judith Seng presents Colours of Becoming as part of the exhibition Kleureyck at the Design Museum Ghent in Belgium.
Former fellow Agnes-Meyer Brandis experimentally links methods of scientific research with moments of imagination in the group exhibition "Symposion" at KV – Verein für zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig.
Former fellow Judith Seng presents "ACTING THINGS VII - School of Fluid Measures" in the group exhibition The Work of Time at Z33 - House of Contemporary Art Hasselt in Belgium.
With our former fellows Kerstin Ergenzinger | Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari | Kiran Kumar, together they are the Sono Choreographic Collective, hosted by Vierte Welt
The film "Als Landwirt / As a Farmer" by our former fellow Stefan Hayn and Anja-Christin Remmert is available online until 15th May 2020 on the website of Kino Arsenal under arsenal3 week7/8.
Together with Fred Dewey and Wolfgang Heuer, Jeremiah Day published a letter addressed to the European council, colleagues, and friends, which calls for concrete and substantive solidarity on behalf of Europe during the Corona crisis.
Our fellow Didem Pekün and Asena Günal initiated a book filled with photos, poems, paintings and texts from Osman Kavala's friends for his 63th birthday. He received the gift book while in prison.
The project, initiated by our visiting professor Övül Ö. Durmusoglu and Joanna Warsza, invites members of the artistic community living in Prenzlauer Berg to activate/inhabit their windows and balconies.
Alumna Vanessa Stern introduces a new episode of her large comedy laboratory show "La Dernière Crise - Frauen am Rande der Komik" in the Festsaal at Sophiensæle in Berlin.
Congratulations to our alumna Tanja Ostojić who is one of the Falkenrot Prize 2020 winners! We are pleased to invite you to the opening of the following Exhibition:
Our fellow Rindon Johnson will be giving a short lecture on his work and presenting his newest VR Film "Meat Growers" in the free public program "Solidarity with Nature" at NTU CCA Ideas Fest in Singapore.
For the first time, the Hochschulrektorenkonferenz (HRK) introduces an artistic program in one of its manuals: our Salon für Ästhetische Experimente.
The new film "WAS BLEIBT I ŠTA OSTAJE I WHAT REMAINS / RE-VISITED" by our former fellow Clarissa Thieme celebrates its world premiere at Berlinale Forum 2020.
Our alumna Kerstin Ergenzinger presents her work "Pluvial" as part of the group exhibition degree_show – out of KHM at KIT in Düsseldorf.
The event series "Salon for Aesthetic Experiments" in the Handbook of the University Rectors' Conference
Our former fellow Genoël von Lilienstern composed and directed the music for "Aids Follies", a mixture of lecture performance, musical revue and political theatre. In February "Aids Follies" will be shown at studio brut in Vienna
Berlinische Galerie screens Yalda Afsah's films "Vidourle" and "Tourneur" in the IBB-Video Space.
Our former fellow Darsha Hewitt presents 100 Year Old Quicksilver Cloud as part of the month-long group exhibition The Eternal Network in the frame of the transmediale 2020 End to End. The transmediale takes place at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) in Berlin.
Two films by our fellow Didem Pekün are featured in Barbara London‘s "Video/Art: The First Fifty Years".
We are very pleased to welcome our new fellow Salwa Aleryani at the Graduate School. Her fellowship is funded by Einstein Foundation Berlin (program to foster academic freedom).