Posts Tagged ‘community’

Marcela E. Torres Reconfigures Power and Structure

Berlin Art Link interview with Marcella Torres

Article by Celia Wickham // July 6, 2018
Marcela E. Torres is a Chicago-based artist and educator originating from Salt Lake City, Utah, and a recent graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Having been brought up within the Mormon faith[read on]


Marinella Senatore’s Worldwide Community

Berlin Art Link interview with Marinella Seantore

Article by Berlin Art Link // May 31, 2018
“I see my role as an activator, an instigator, a facilitator of processes, often focused on emancipation and engagement,” Italian artist Marinella Senatore tells Berlin Art Link. The Italian artist, based between Paris and[read on]


Rethinking Advertisements Through Public Action

Berlin Art Link interview with Jordan Seiler

Article by Monica Salazar // May 28, 2018
In his artistic practice, Jordan Seiler explores the influence and monopolization of advertising media on our public spaces. In the early 2000s, the Brooklyn-based artist began his ‘PublicAdCampaign’ project,[read on]


Ayesha Tan Jones Finds Hope Within Dystopia

Berlin Art Link interview with Ayesha Tan Jones

Article by Romily Alice Walden // May 22, 2018
Artist Ayesha Tan Jones is an artist whose practice flows between object, community, spirituality and performance. Their work with Shadow Sistxrs Fight Club allows communities to practice[read on]


Christian Falsnaes Considers the Self

Article by Samuel Staples // May 11, 2018
Expression, communication and the body are themes that have come to define the practice of Danish-born multidisciplinary artist Christian Falsnaes. In his new exhibition ‘Self’, presented as[read on]


Science // Spektrum – Art, Science, Community

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA // Courtesy of Spektrum

By Marc Girardot // Dec. 20, 2015
As a cosmopolitan city, Berlin is able to provide the right atmosphere for community building. Indeed, the city attracts many different people from around the world, and has impressively developed its[read on]