January 2018

  • by Adela Lovric, 31 Jan 2018
    The festival season is upon us; that, of course, doesn't mean we won't give any love to the wonderful exhibition openings this month. Between mind building at transmediale and pushing your hearing limits at CTM, try to pack a slice of fine art into your leisure time.  11.00 Uncanny Valleys Of a Possible...
  • by Adela Lovric, 26 Jan 2018
    Rejoice, freaks & geeks! It's time to look forward to two of the major, avantgarde-flavored festivals in Berlin: the 31-year-old Transmediale and its younger counterpart CTM. Marrying the best of digital art, music, technology & culture, the two aim to deliver a wide array of exciting events in ten days...
  • Image Credits: Philip Kojo Metz
    by Sarie Nijboer, 24 Jan 2018
    What started with a reenactment of a WOI battlefield in Cameroon between Germany and France has now developed into an ongoing project that alludes to several important topics, such as the effects of postcolonialism on identity, economics, politics and more. Documentation of the project Mimicry Games by Ghanaian-...
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Jan 2018
    So many things to attend, so little time! Not all of them are essential to your attention, though. If you are, like us, struggling to catch up with all these exhibitions, fashion weeks, festivals, workshops and conferences, you might find our preview crucial to ploughing through next two weeks. PS. Don't...
  • Ausstellungsansicht_Eroeffnung_Andreas_Gefeller_Frank Sperling
    by Sarie Nijboer, 5 Jan 2018
    Blick Verschiebung is the third and final exhibition at Centre for Art and Public Space (ZKR) at Schloss Biesdorf. A recent press release revealed that ZKR will say goodbye per February 1st to its current building and move to a still unknown new location. The institution is focused on displaying international...

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