Posts Tagged ‘video installation’

Dellbrügge & de Moll

Berlin Art Link Studio Visit with Dellbrügge & De Moll
by Brit Seaton // Dec. 12, 2016
Christiane Dellbrügge and Ralf de Moll invite us into their minimal, office-like Kreuzberg Wohnstudio – a space established for living and working. Finding the balance…[read on]

Exhibition // Julia Stoschek Collection: ‘Welt am Draht’

Article by Brit Seaton in Berlin // Sep. 22, 2016
In ‘Welt am Draht,’ 38 major works from 20 international artists have been selected from the Julia Stoschek Collection, with remarkable significance in the endeavour to understand our personal, social and environmental relationships with digitalisation…[read on]


Exhibition // XX. Rohkunstbau “Revolution”

Article by AJ Kiyoizumi – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 10, 2014.

Many elements must be aligned for the Rohkunstbau project to exist. The Brandenburg exhibition, now in its 20th year, has hopped locations since its inception in an empty construction hall in Spreewald…[read on…]

Douglas Gordon: sharpening video art

Article by Andrea Ongaro in Berlin // Feb. 28, 2013
It’s not easy to define video art. The word video alone brings a multitude of technologies to mind, from movies to internet videos. Today, everybody is in the position to realize high quality videos – not necessarily good[read on]


SHIRIN NESHAT: I Know Something About Love

Blog Entry by Adam Roche – in Berlin; Tuesday, March 15, 2011.

Examines the theme of love through the lenses of gender, probably as established and enforced since the 1979 islamic revolution in Iran. In her two- channel video work, Fervor, 2000, Neshat seems not only to highlight the frustration and helplessness of Iranian women in this paridigm, but also to demonstrate how the negative view of love within the revolutionary culture affects the natural human feelings. [view all images…]