Interview by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014.
and Lennart Wolff
are an established power couple who run the project space KM Temporaer
. They are the curators behind the current exhibition, One Step Ahead Moving Backwards
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Tuesday, Mar. 4, 2014.
The group exhibition Surplus Living
starts from the premise that, today, capital accumulation has spread across all aspects of lived society. In an age of convenience, where technological, user-friendly solutions are available at every turn, we often neglect to question the way in which our social reality (both online and off) is permeated with and controlled by corporate concerns…[read on…]
Blog post by Jazmina Figueroa – in Berlin; Thursday, Aug. 15, 2013.
Utopian ideals either involve the restoration of a mythic harmony between man and nature or the exact opposite: progress and technological mastery over the environment. The forthcoming show new atlantis
at km temporaer
is both an exploration and a critique of utopian ideals. The show deals with the way that these desires for the future manifest themselves in present consumption and production by directing present…[read on…]
Article by Angela Connor – in Berlin; Friday, Oct. 26, 2012.
Accessible to anyone with a computer and Internet connection, digital art has become a global experience, capable of liberating individuals from the elitist system of art production and consumption through its mass distribution and participatory models. Blurring the boundary between artist and viewer, collaboration and inclusive actions became key components at km temporaer last weekend, where curators…[read on…]
Blog entry by Angela Connor in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012.
The rapid increase in digital technology since the 1980’s has had a radical impact on the production, experience and distribution of art. Traditional forms of art such as painting, photography, sculpture and drawing have been transformed resulting in new hybridized genres of artistic practice. No longer defined by its physical and geographic boundaries these new art forms…[read on…]