Article by Jess Harrison in Berlin // Mar. 9, 2018
Divulging the details of your deepest fear to a stranger, receiving glares from regular museum goers as you wave across the museum to no-one and helping test the ‘faulty’ smoke system of the delayed Berlin…[read on]
Article by Beatrix Joyce in Berlin // Feb. 14, 2018
Naoko Tanaka’s installation performance ‘Still Lives’ transformed Sophiensaele into a mystical landscape filled with creeping shadows and rotating spotlights. As if operating a great machine, Tanaka and her…[read on]
Article by Jess Harrison // Feb. 9, 2018
Taking place at Trump Tower and the Palace of Poland, Austrian-American artist Rainer Ganahl’s play ‘Ubu Trump’ employs an eclectic cabinet of characters, including President Donald J. Trump, Ivanka…[read on]
Article by Katharine Doyle in Berlin // Sep. 16, 2017
Taking our seats before the start of Miet Warlop’s ‘Dragging the Bone’ at HAU — Hebbel Am Ufer, we are confronted face-on with an arena of smoothly fashioned plaster forms. The onstage sculptural elements…[read on]
Article by Beatrix Joyce in Berlin // Jan. 09, 2017
Today is the last day of the ‘Pina Bausch und das Tanztheater’ exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau. Curated by Solomon Bausch, Miriam Leysner and Rein Wolfs, the exhibition provides a valuable insight into the life…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos – in Berlin // Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2016.
The exhibition of set designer, and artist Julian Göthe’s work is fittingly named after Colin Newman
’s Their Terrain
. The show is a provocative meeting place for..[read on…]
Article by Ruth Amelung – in Berlin; Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016.
Lada Nakonechna’s show is a mix of different objects and constructs with elements taken from the real as well as the digital world, referencing war and conflict, media manipulation and personal prejudices, challenging the audience to self-reflect….[read on…]