Blog post by Graham Haught – in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 10, 2014.
I was waiting outside of Volksbühne
, before the Jan Soldat
screening, in an adjacent dirt lot that had a series of corrugated wood benches. Earlier in the afternoon, I purchased Kierkegaard’s The Sickness unto Death
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Wednesday, Apr. 09, 2014.
continues to make its name as a center for film-lovers as well as party-lovers, playing host to the Exberliner International Film Award Party
on Thursday, April 10th. Sponsored by Achtung Berlin
, Raindance Berlin
, Berlin Film Society
, and Exberliner Magazine
, the event offers…[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Monday, Apr. 07, 2014.
‘s Emptying Flags
exhibition project last year displayed “meaningless” flags in public locations such as Haus am Köllnischen Park. Described as “interventions,” Hornung hoisted her flags at international and state institutions, as well as dull, forgotten spaces. For this week only, reactions to her project, such as letters and…[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Friday, Apr. 04, 2014.
Psychedelia is one of the alluring buzz-words of Autocenter
‘s newest exhibition, the first of its Re-Discovery
series that will run through 2015. The exhibition claims to host a dialectic between two artists: one of a younger generation and one from an older generation. So, naturally, the overlap between all generations is a fascination with psychedelia…[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Friday, Mar. 28, 2014.
In her exhibit now at Galerie Eigen + Art
, Birgit Brenner
displays just a few of the strata, neuroses, and complications of internal experience. Though that theme is not a new one to art, she draws inspiration both from the thought-stream of daily hum-drum and universal, uncontrollable insanity of self-doubt. …[read on…]
Blog post by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Thursday, Mar. 27, 2014.
Director Carsten Aschmann said in 2012 rather humbly about his film, Waterscope
, that “There are a lot of films about water. Now here is one more.” But the experimental film paired with the unusual, industrial sounds from Dieter Moebius draws few comparisons…[read on…]