Article by Louisa Elderton in Berlin // Oct. 31, 2016
Refractions of light emanate from the gaps between the edges of a mirrored cube, patterned beams echoing around the room over and over again, creating an expanding immaterial matrix; bright light peeps …[read on]
Blog post by Nora Kovacs – in Berlin; Wednesday, Mar. 11, 2015.
From March 8th to April 1st, Berlin Art Prize
will be accepting applications for its 2015 award cycle. The prize seeks to celebrate contemporary art in Berlin by awarding three winners…[read on…]
Based in Berlin Six Weeks of Exhibitions, Talks, Performances Opening this Tuesday, based in Berlin will present a comprehensive survey of emerging Berlin artists. Showing works by nearly 80 artists living and working in Berlin, the exhibition will encompass a full range of contemporary art practices, from painting and drawing to sculpture, photography, film and… Read more »
Blog Entry by Corinna Kirsch– in Berlin; Wednesday, May 11, 2011.
Kraus takes banal and inanimate objects, then recombines and alters them in a way to imbue them with emotion and a resemblance to living things. For her “ice lamp,” she sealed a light bulb with silicone and then stuck it inside a cube of icy water and ink, causing the lamp to slowly wither and melt away. Regarding this work, Kraus has said: “When you see the lamp, there is something extremely sad about it.”
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