Article by Monica Salazar – in Berlin; Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011.
Interview by Melissa Steckbauer – in Berlin; Wednesday, Dec. 07, 2011.
Interview by Marta Jecu – in Berlin; Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011.
Article by Elizabeth Feder // Nov. 21, 2011
On a bright afternoon in late October, a group of strangers met at Berlin-Hauptbahnhof. All were there to participate in Ligt’s most recent work, entitled With New Eyes, a city tour through the perception of blind individuals. And…[read on…]
Article by Jeni Fulton – in Berlin; Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011.
ART TO-GO. Berlin Art Link takes a look at Berlin offerings at this year’s Frieze and Sunday Art Fair
Article by Jeni Fulton // Nov. 12, 2011.
“I think”, a wearied collector asserted upon exiting the tents, “that the baby has just grown too big.” Founded in 2002, Frieze showcases, in its own words, “the world’s most innovative artists, presented by the world’s most exciting…[read on…]
Interview by Elizabeth Feder – in Berlin; Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011.
Who do you become when a stranger is listening? triage live art collective explores this question thoroughly with their new participatory installation work, Strange Passions, as a part of Die Fabrikanten’s Exchange Radical Moments! Live Art Festival…[read on…]
Video by BAL Productions in Venice // Nov. 4, 2011
This year, Edge of Arabia produced the first ever Pan-Arab show at the 54th Venice Biennale, The Future of a Promise. In this video, Berlin Art Link follows Kate Busby, with Edge of Arabia, as she takes us on a brief tour of the exhibition. Much of the work seeks to…[read on…]
Article by Cate Smierciak – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 3, 2011.
Interview by Katharina Galla – in Berlin; Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011.
Article by Elvia Pybrun-Wilk – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011.
Rebecca Loyche’s work, between photography, video, and installation, focuses on perception and communication, apprehending the silence of the banal and attending to the breakdown and even abject failure of language. By allowing the viewer to look closer and listen harder, she manages to re-route us away from the straightforward or the concrete…
Blog post by Elizabeth Feder – in Berlin; Monday, Oct. 17, 2011.
Jürgen Mayer H. is interested in the interstice. The oeuvre of projects, from the rapid design and construction of the airport in Mestia, Georgia, to the heat seat that is continually marked by the temperature of its users and environs, contains a common thread that is looking, even grasping, for a new approach to how we generate space…[read on…]