Posts Tagged ‘Rian Davidson’

MICHELLE JEZIERSKI

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Michelle Jezierski

Article by Jeni Fulton, Photos by Rian Davidson in Berlin // Mar. 18, 2013
Michelle Jezierski’s studio is a large, light-filled space in an old industrial building near Hermannplatz, at the southerly tip of the Berlin district of Kreuzberg…[read on]


AOIFE COLLINS

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Aoife Collins

Article by Angela Conor, Photos by Rian Davidson in Berlin // Mar. 04, 2013
Located in the centre of Mitte, up several flights of stairs and overlooking Rosenthaler Staße, we met with Irish artist Aoife Collins…[read on]


Marisa Mandler

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Marisa Mandler
by Adela Yawitz // Dec. 22, 2012
Marisa Mandler’s studio is at the end of a sinister block: past soviet housing complexes, the DDR’s Nazi archives, and right before the Stasi prison museum complex. With heavy skies above, the atmosphere was…[read on]

David Button

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with David Button
by Natasha Klimenko // Dec. 11, 2012
Following the flow of the Spree river, the urban landscape of Berlin transforms in the East of the city, growing desolate and industrial. Formerly a German bathhouse turned customs office during the GDR,…[read on]

Sinta Werner

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit Sinta Werner
by Alison Hugill // Oct. 15, 2012
Opposite Stattbad Wedding – one of Berlin’s community swimming pools turned nightclub and exhibition space – stand several former warehouse buildings…[read on]

2011111111111s

Tibi Tibi Neuspiel (CA) – “Les événements;” (2012); 6 x alpha-bits, beeswax, pigment, varnish, steel, epoxy, spoon; 20 x 4,5 x 1cm (each); photograph by Rian Davidson

Article by Natasha Klimenko, photos by Natasha Klimenko and Rian Davidson – in Berlin; Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012.

The recent past of political events, media broadcasts, and personal experiences exists in a curious relation to the present—so near it cannot be called historical, yet already separated by a bridge of time. This phenomenon of time just passed can be experienced at the 2011111111111s collective exhibition currently being shown at LEAP. A project started in…[read on…]