Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Blog entry by Devon Caranicas
LEVY Galerie Berlin’s latest show, Shifting the Everyday is now on view until August 27th. This dynamic group exhibition spans various mediums to stretch and redefine social, political and artistic norms. From John von Bergen‘s sculptural investigation to the subversive video work of Hannes Bend, somewhat common subject matter is deliberately chosen and thoughtfully skewed in a way that provokes the viewer to revisit the notion of perception and its malleable nature.
Participating Artists: Hannes Bend / John von Bergen / Birgit Brandis / Lorenz Estermann / Felix Kiessling / Gereon Krebber / Marc Lüders / Daniel Mohr / Stefan Pfeiffer / Annette Streyl
Blog entry by Devon Caranicas in Berlin; Tuesday, July 19, 2011.
Devon Caranicas is an visual artist and writer based in Berlin. She received her BA in Fine Arts from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and is currently studio assistant for Hannes Bend, a Berlin based multimedia artist, as well as a contributor to BerlinArtLink and ArtSlant.com. Devon is currently designing the SPLACE archive project, a digital archive of the temporary exhibition space that existed at the foot of the Alexanderplatz TV tower in the summer of 2010.