Posts Tagged ‘Animation’

Open Call for Artists // RK Residency

May 9, 2018
Artists of all disciplines and nationalities are invited to apply for this year’s fully-funded RK Residency in Tbilisi and/or Kachreti, Georgia. Founded by artist-curator Ria Keburia, the residency lasts between two[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]


INTERSECTIONS // Scheisse: Performing Labour and New Economy in China

Article by April Dell – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 07, 2015.

On the first floor of the beautiful old hospital building, Kunstquartier Bethanian, is the Momentum exhibition space, currently showing video and performance works by chinese artist Zhou Xiaohu. Titled Scheisse and with a flyer channelling bathhouse decor and seedy nightlife neon lights, the exhibition is a surprising mixture of…[read on…]

Announcement // Pictoplasma Berlin Conference & Festival 2015

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Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Tuesday, Apr. 28, 2015.

In just a matter of days, the Pictoplasma Festival will be kicking off for the 11th time in Berlin. From April 29th to May 3rd, the festival will welcome artists leading the scene in contemporary character culture, illustration, animation, and graphic design…[read on…]

Exhibition // Shifting into a Different Motion at Tanya Leighton

Oliver Laric at Tanya Leighton Gallery (2014), installation view, photo courtesy of the gallery

Article by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Saturday, Dec. 06, 2014.

Immediately upon walking into Tanya Leighton Gallery for Oliver Laric‘s solo show, the viewer is confronted with confusion: in the main room stands either one work or three very similar, though distinctly different works. I found out later that it is even more complicated…[read on…]