Vinyl -terror & -horror’s Sound Sculptures

Article by Johanna Hardt // Feb. 06, 2019
Distant thunder, rainfall, winds howling, a murmur of a group speaking softly and unintelligibly, heavy breathing, creaky door hinges, footsteps on squeaky floors, eerie chords, heartbreaking sequences,[read on]

Susan Cianciolo’s Art of Fashion

Berlin Art Link Blink about Susan Cianciolo

Article by Berlin Art Link // July 14, 2018
Having studied fashion design, textiles are inherent to Brooklyn-based artist Susan Cianciolo’s practice. Her patchwork garments have been featured by the likes of Vogue and Barneys for the past 20 years,[read on]

BLINK // Michelle Rawlings

Michelle Rawlings: 2017, Installation View // Courtesy of AND NOW

Article by Louisa Stark // May 12, 2018
A very particular culture and aesthetic surrounds the figure young woman or teenage girl that, nowadays, is both created by and viewed through the framework of social media. Michelle Rawlings, a[read on]

BLINK // Cathy Wilkes

Berlin Art Link Blink Cathy Wilkes

Article by Louisa Stark in Berlin // Apr. 19, 2018
Assemblage is Cathy Wilkes’ medium of choice. She creates installations that show scenes from everyday life, using a combination of made sculptures and found objects. Based in Glasgow, the Belfast-born artist draws upon[read on]

BLINK // Natalie Frank

Berlin Art Link Blink article about Natalie Frank

Article by Louisa Stark in Berlin // Mar. 25, 2018
At a glance Natalie Frank’s most recent work seems to follow in the tradition of Edgar Degas, both in her choice of subject matter and its subversion. The New York based artist’s 2017 exhibition at Rhona Hoffman Gallery was a[read on]

BLINK // Sebastian Schmidt

Berlin Art Link on Sebastian Schmidt

Article by Berlin Art Link in Berlin // Mar. 2, 2018
Ten years ago, computer-generated imagery (CGI) was a new technology rarely explored. Now CGI is commonly used to make animated feature films, though it remains a medium yet to become omnipresent within the art[read on]

BLINK // Oqko Collective


Article by Marc Girardot in Berlin // Jan. 31, 2018
Founded in 2015, Oqko is a collective and Berlin-based label that works at the intersection of a number of musical and visual practices. The collective’s four founders—Lvis Mejía, astvaldur, DEKJ (aka Hugo Esquinca) and[read on]

BLINK // Beatriz Díaz Ceballos

Berlin art link Beatriz Ceballos

Article by Lisa Birch in Berlin // Mar. 13, 2017
Beatriz Díaz Ceballos is a Valencia-based, Spanish artist whose enigmatic sculptures create ties between socio-cultural activity and literary creativity and poetry. She tends to work within small formats, creating intricate…[read on]

BLINK // ‘Concrete Evidence: 1m’ Highway by Lodewijk Heylen


Article by Alison Hugill in Berlin // Aug. 03, 2016
In May of last year, Belgian artist Lodewijk Heylen opened his large-scale public artwork ‘Concrete Evidence:1m’ in Hans-Baluschek-Park near Berlin-Südkreuz. The park, situated next to the Natur-Park Schöneberger Südgelände, is a main thoroughfare…[read on]

BLINK // Stefan Soravia at the Biennale Arte Dolomiti

Article by Caitlin Eyre in Berlin // Jul. 27, 2016
Stefan Soravia is a German contemporary installation artist whose practice is primarily inspired by the forces of nature, mountain-based cultural practices and the utilisation of natural materials. He is one of forty internationally renowned artists…[read on]

BLINK // Ivonne Thein

Article by Georgina Hahn in Berlin // Wednesday, Jun. 22, 2016

Ivonne Thein‘s work evokes images eerily familiar to those found in the beauty industry. The “beautiful” qualities found in mass media appropriated by thin, scantily clad, flawless women re-occur in her photographs and videos…. [read on]

BLINK // Anna Charaktinou

Article by Caitlin Eyre in Berlin // May. 19, 2016
Anna Charaktinou is a Greek-born artist who lives and works in Berlin. Her whimsical collages of cut paper and…[read on…]