SPACE // An Interview with Caroline Mesquita

Caroline Mesquita installation at Carlier Gebauer Galler 2015 for abc berlin

Interview by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Tuesday, Sep. 15, 2015.

French sculptor and artist Caroline Mesquita is using the large space in the basement of the carlier | gebauer as a studio for the last few months, creating large humanoid figures out of metal, scattered throughout the basement rooms. She seems very comfortable in this space, easily maneuvering the different rooms…[read on…]


Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Alexander Coggin in Berlin // Sep. 14, 2015
In an unexpected turn of events, two days after our studio visit with architect Arno Brandlhuber, we had the occasion to visit one…[read on]



Article by Alison Hugill, Photos by Alexander Coggin in Berlin // Sep. 7, 2015
You’ve likely passed the unusual building on Brunnenstraße, clad with multi-coloured polycarbonate and emitting an opaque…[read on]

COLLABORATION // An Interview with Julieta Aranda (e-flux)

Interview by Arielle Bier – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 31, 2015.

Over the last seventeen years, e-flux became the ‘go-to’ platform for information and exchanges between art and academia worldwide with a readership of 90,000+ visual arts professionals. Russian artist Anton Vidokle initially conceived the project as a mailing-list for promoting exhibitions…[read on…]

COLLABORATION // An Interview with Peaches

Interview by Arielle Bier, Photos by Alexander Coggin – in Berlin; Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015.

The inimitable Peaches strikes again! The transgressive cult queen of electro-clash made waves in Berlin this summer with a fierce appearance at the YOSISSY! Festival, revelling in the one of her favorite home bases before re-igniting the flame under her vajazzled bodysuit…[read on…]

COLLABORATION // An Interview with Scotty Enterprises

Interview by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015.

Artist-run project space Scotty Enterprises was founded in 2006 in Kreuzberg and played a vital role in this year’s Project Space Festival, earlier this month. What sets this space apart from others of its kind is that it is collaboratively run and organized by 15 artists…[read on…]

COLLABORATION // An Interview with Me and You

Interview by Celia Wickham – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 10, 2015.

For Julia Baylis and Mayan Toledano, their feminist fashion line and creative project Me and You has provided them a space to create a refreshing and emboldening alternative to the commonly oppressive and destructive modes of female representation…[read on…]

COLLABORATION // An Interview with Julian Weber

Interview by Göksu Kunak – in Berlin; Thursday, Aug. 06, 2015.

Sleek surfaces, pastel colors, minimal forms and abstract ideas; small head ventilators, watermelons, kitsch waterfall posters. A vibraphone played by a classical musician wearing old-school roller skates transforming into a performer with white sneakers sampling 90s hip hop live in another space…[read on…]

COLLABORATION // Conference Call: Talking with Collectives

Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Aug. 03, 2015.

Experimental design collective ON/OFF has recently initiated a series of Conference Calls, to investigate the recent proliferation of art and architecture collectives worldwide. Following the nomination of 18-member-strong, London-based collective…[read on…]

SOUND SPECTRUM // An Interview with Ari Benjamin Meyers

Interview by Arielle Bier – in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 27, 2015.

Having trained as a classical musician, composer and conductor, Ari Benjamin Meyers brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in musical formats to his practice as a conceptual artist working with sound, perception and social relations. In his work, the elemental structures of musical creation…[read on…]

SOUND SPECTRUM // An Interview with Video Jam

Interview by Celia Wickham – in Berlin; Friday, Jul. 24, 2015.

Founded only a few years ago in 2012, Video Jam has quickly distinguished itself as one of the most innovative arts events in the North West of England. Taking place predominantly in arts and cultural institutions around Manchester…[read on…]