Article by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015.
Interview by Nicolas Hausdorf – in Berlin; Friday, Oct. 16, 2015.
Article by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Friday, Oct. 09, 2015.
Article by April Dell – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 07, 2015.
Interview by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Tuesday, Oct. 06, 2015.
Interview by Josie Thaddeus-Johns – in Berlin; Saturday, Oct. 03, 2015.
By Nora Kovacs // Sept. 30, 2015
When it was first announced that musical artist Jamie XX, visual artist Olafur Eliasson, and choreographer Wayne McGregor would be coming together to collaborate on an adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s…[read on]
By Josie Thaddeus-Johns // Sept. 29, 2015
The flagship exhibition for Berlin Art Week, Stadt/Bild (Image of a City) was commissioned by the governing Mayor of Berlin and the Senate Chancellery – proof, if it was ever needed, that the city of Berlin’s interest in navel-gazing extends to the highest reaches of authority…[read on]
Article by Alison Hugill // Sept. 23, 2015
The title of the current exhibition by Larisa Crunţeanu and Sonja Hornung, Femina Subtetrix, suggests an underlying feminist counter-narrative, a pseudo sci-fi speculative invention perhaps. This initial…[read on]
By Alison Hugill // Sept. 17, 2015
Swedish-born, Berlin-based artist Karl Holmqvist is coming to abc this year with a series of his iconic text-based works, represented by Galerie Neu. The artist is well-known for his poetry readings, installations, and…[read on]
Space // ‘In the (Silicon) Gutter but Looking at the Stars’: An Interview about the Nonhuman Autonomous Space Agency
By Alan Smart // Sept. 16, 2015
Over Skype, I spoke with Fred Scharmen of the Working Group on Adaptive Systems from his Baltimore studio to discuss his latest “speculative utopian design proposal” for a Nonhuman Autonomous Space Agency…[read on]
Interview by Alena Sokhan // Sept. 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…[read on]