Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Dec. 28, 2015.
On the flip-side of the contemporary demand for hyper-productivity lies an insidious and often untreated chronic exhaustion. This is true worldwide, but Berlin-based artist Diana Artus
explores the problem within the South Korean context, as she observed it during a three-month residency…[read on…]
Monday, Nov. 23, 2015 KUNSTHALLE HAMBURGER PLATZ “Synchronized” Group Show: Nov. 24–28, 2015 Opening Reception: Monday, Nov. 23; 6pm Gustav-Adolf-Straße 140 (click here for map) GALERIE M+R FRICKE “The End” – PIOTR BLAJERSKI Exhibition: Nov. 24 – 27, 2015 Opening Reception: Monday, Nov. 23; 7pm Literaturhaus Lettrétage, Mehringdamm 61 (click here for map) Tuesday, Nov.… Read more »
Blog post by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Monday, Jul. 21, 2014.
This week, ACUD Macht Neu
presents the ongoing lecture and photography series Parallax
, curated by Anne van Leeuwen
and Sami Khatib
. The program, which started in early June, continues with two installments on Tuesday and…[read on…]
Article by Alison Hugill in Berlin // Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2014
Photography has long been theorized as revelatory: its methods often produce poetic distortions that surface unbeknownst to even the photographer. The images presented in…[read on…]
ZK/U “Dear Green” – GROUP SHOW Exhibition: Feb. 28 – Mar. 02, 2014 Opening Reception: Thursday, Feb. 27; 6pm, performance and after party from 9pm Siemensstraße 27 (click here for map) GALERIE CRONE “Malaparte” – PETER WELZ Exhibition: Feb. 28 – Apr. 19, 2014 Opening Reception: Thursday, Feb.27; 7-9p […]
Article by Alison Hugill – in Berlin; Thursday, Jun. 07, 2012.
Diana Artus’ black and white photographs of cityscapes and architectural facades have a spectral, haunting quality from the start. Yet her technique of creasing, folding, reproducing and adding dimension to her recent works intensifies this element, making the buildings protrude and furrow into uncanny forms…[read on…]
Blog Entry by SP Williams – in Berlin; Thursday, May 5, 2011.
Things that can be easily expressed and separated by terms are, in reality, entangled, out of focus, alterable and, depending on the perspecitve, visible or invisible. Noise does not just describe clattering, din or sounds, but also almost implausible frequencies that can subliminally influence moods and points of view.
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