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Science // An Interview with Katie Paterson

By Alison Hugill // Dec. 23, 2015
Berlin-based, Scottish artist Katie Paterson has been collaborating with scientific research institutes and space agencies for several years, to realize complex projects that consider disciplines like[read on]


Science // Spektrum – Art, Science, Community

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By Marc Girardot // Dec. 20, 2015
As a cosmopolitan city, Berlin is able to provide the right atmosphere for community building. Indeed, the city attracts many different people from around the world, and has impressively developed its[read on]


Science // Notes from the Wunderkammer Olbricht

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By TL Andrews // Dec. 18, 2015
The irony that some of the biggest attractions in European museums were stolen from the rest of the world escapes most people. Fanny-packed tourists pour in to see the bust of Nefertiti in the Egyptian Museum[read on]


ANDREAS GREINER

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Andreas Greiner

By April Dell, Photos by Greg Bannan // Dec. 14, 2015
While snow carpeted the enormous Malzfabrik complex in Tempelhof, Andreas Greiner invited Berlin Art Link into his studio space housed in[read on]


TOMÁS SARACENO

By Alison Hugill, photos by Alexander Coggin // Dec. 03, 2015
Nearing the close of our visit to Tomás Saraceno’s studio in Rummelsburg, he offered an apt metaphor that summed up the working environment of his office[read on]


SUSANNA HERTRICH

By Alison Hugill, Photos by Ériver Hijano // Nov. 24, 2015
Susanna Hertrich’s artistic practice occupies a privileged position as both interpreter and active participant in the otherwise largely[read on]


Science // Alicja Kwade Bending Objects and Minds

By April Dell // Nov. 13, 2015
In the historical mansion-turned-contemporary art gallery at Haus am Waldsee, the visually intriguing and thought provoking solo exhibition by Alicja Kwade, Monologue from the 11th Floor, is soon coming to an end. Outside in the large gallery grounds, autumn debris littering the sculpture garden is a seasonal[read on]


INTERSECTIONS // Berlin-Bucharest Exchange: Sub-styles – DIY Art Spaces, Interdisciplinarity and Hybrids

Article by Marta Jecu – in Berlin; Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015.

Interdisciplinarity is not just about combining methodologies, but also about the capacity to navigate around them, to handle a hybrid-situation that could give birth to a new creative medium. Looking back on the art of the 20th century’s last decades, it becomes evident that, in order to have certain micro-climates or contexts that can generate something new, there has always been a dominant situation of incompatibilities, social or political rifts, and disparities….[read on…]

INTERSECTIONS // Berlin-Bucharest Exchange: underg_RO

Article by Miron Ghiu – in Bucharest; Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015.

I will begin this text by saying that my short incursion within the Romanian underground music scene is not, by far, a theorization on what “underground” means. Within this gray area it is impossible, forbidden even, to label things as if they were store products on shelves. Those I will write about are not products, nor do they make “radio music” using patterns and recipes…[read on…]

INTERSECTIONS // An Interview with Frances Stark: On Making a Pedagogical Opera in South Central

Interview by Alison Hugill – in Stockholm; Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015.

Last month, the biennial Absolut Art Award was presented to two nominees, one for Art Work and one for Art Writing, at a gala event in Stockholm. In an amusing twist of fate, the award certificates were accidentally printed with the wrong names on the night of the event, unofficially awarding Mark Godfrey the prize for Art Work, and Frances Stark the prize for Art Writing…[read on…]